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Pros: I like the D-Sub/15-pin VGA connector. Why not? Two, this card/chipset has great performance per watt. No power cable. Three, that big fan. It's silent (yeah ouch it's spinning) and the GPU runs very cool even when overclocked. Four, it's gorgeous. Whatever. You know you care.
Cons: I don't know what that "Effective Memory Clock: 1800MHz" spec is about. The ATI software includes a overclocking utility that lets you crank it up to 1080, but the documentation warns that it will almost certainly fail at that rate. It hasn't failed for me at 1000 MHz. No eggs off for that. If that matters to you then maybe a card with GDDR5 would be better.
Other Thoughts: It uses a single bracket but naturally it does cover the expansion slot below it. Might as well have the double bracket with a vent.
All things considered, this is the card to get unless you're a hard core gamer.
This review is from: Verbatim 96674 Tilt Wheel Bluetooth Wireless Laser 1600 dpi Notebook Mouse
Pros: Handy adjustable DPI button is right on top but not in the way. Everything including left/right scrolling with the tilt wheel worked with Windows 7's drivers right off the bat, even without using the included CD-ROM. Nice feel and overall function. Good in-between size, not huge and not tiny. Uses two standard AA batteries.
Cons: None! (What??) I am not experiencing the problem of having to lift it unusually high to lose tracking. Mine doesn't go to sleep too quickly or take a long time to wake up.
Other Thoughts: Don't underestimate the significance of the adjustable DPI button. In effect it conveniently changes the speed of the pointer. That means you can switch between the mouse and touch pad w/o going to the Control Panel to adjust the pointer speed for each.READ FULL REVIEW