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Pros: Works perfectly so far, very quiet (when compared to my case fans anyway) and it dropped the temps on my CPU from 50c idle to 40c and while gaming they don't get much higher than 60-65 sometimes 70 comparing that to the stock INTEL fan i had before it's a heck of an improvement.
Cons: The only con i would say is that it says it is LGA 1150 compatible and while it does work it definitely seems off, and it took a bit to get it to really hold on, the plastic pins didn't seem to want to hold so the quality for the mounts is not as up to par.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: iBUYPOWER Gaming Desktop Intel Configurator
Pros: Worked just fine out of the box as you would expect a pre-built pc to work.
Wires looked nice and tidy looked fine through the side window and the case i got (source 210) has quite a bit of room for expansion.
Cons: main cons are minor.
Motherboard and PSU are entirely average even on the highest tier so if you decide you really want to upgrade or want SLI will have to replace those.
and cpu cooler is also entirely meh. probably wanna replace that also if upgrading.
Other Thoughts: Just Fyi did upgrade mine just the couple things i found i had to replace for SLI mainly. also bought more fans for it. Hopefully they might considering offering better motherboards at least eventually. Still perfectly happy with it though.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs fast, 4GB of ram is very nice, Also runs cool. Ran on passmark DX 11 1920X1080, 8X AA Everything maxed. Never got over 52 degrees and had around 23.8 fps which is not bad considering. Would recommend now just to figure out where i can stuff another of these massive cards for SLI...
Cons: Ummm..It is kinda huge so be prepared for that. Other than that none so far.READ FULL REVIEW