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Pros: A note to one of the reviewers: you need to use an "active" display port adapter for using more than 2 displays. I bought some passive ones and had the same problem, but my card works with 3 displays with an Apple active display port adapter (other active adapters also work).
Great quality from MSI. Not that much faster with overclocking than the normal one, but the Radeon 280X is not available at the moment at its MSRP, so its not a bad value if you're buying before Christmas.
Cons: A little expensive.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I just want to say this is the quietest card of its power that you can buy! I've had this for a month in my Bitfenix Prodigy and I'm loving it!!!
Cons: Nada so far.....READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is the best case with USB 3.0 front panel ports that I have seen at this price point.
Cons: Had to bend the lock circle on the back a little to make putting on the side panel easier without losing that black paint (-:
Tool-less system not great.
Other Thoughts: The front blue LED fan is a little loud for my taste, but it provides very good air flow. So I used an old fan controller lying around and now it is very quiet (-:
The air flow is quite good so honestly you can disconnect all of the case fans in most situations. My situation being using a Trinity A10-5800 K. Particularly because my PSU has a good 135mm quiet fan already helping to cool the CPU area. (Rosewill Hive PSU)
I have a question for Rosewill or other users of this case. What is the clearance for an aftermarket CPU cooler? 155mm??? I'm not sure how to measure and I can't find the information online. Would like to know before purchasing a cooler. Will the Hyper 212 plus fit???