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Pros: This card is great, hands down. Big step up from my HD 5870.
Cons: I've been noticing a lot of loud humming and ticking, or "coil whine" lately while playing games. This is concerning considering I've only had the card a little over a week.
Other Thoughts: I was hoping to get some kind of feedback from someone at Galaxy through writing this review, as well as making a point of giving my feedback. 2 birds with 1 stone. At any rate, if a representative doesn't contact me through this post, I'll go to their support system itself.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: What it promises to do is awesome, and if the card isn't faulty/your system runs it fine, you'll probably love it.
Cons: First card that arrived was completely defective - wouldn't detect in my system. RMA'd it, waiting an extra few weeks (although not actually slow on Newegg's part), only to recieve a card that was again faulty. Technical support suggested removing all drivers and software from my system, reinstalling, and testing again. After that didn't work, I was told I should get a replacement. They didn't further inquire, nor do they have a technical support phone number. Very frustrating. Currently RMA'ing for a refund.
Other Thoughts: If your system can handle another type of capturing hardware/software that doesn't have the added benefit of it's own processing power, my strong suggestion is to buy/use something else.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Onza Tournament Edition Professional Gaming Controller
Pros: Everything, except what's in the cons below...
Cons: Broke about a month and a half/two months after purchase. Right trigger stopped responding correctly. Didn't use it excesively, drop it, or anything that wouldve been stressful on it. Simply a poorly built controller.
Other Thoughts: If not for the poor build, this wouldve been a 5/5. However, because it broke so easily so quickly, I have to drop it to a 2/5. Unless you're able to go through these like disposable cameras, don't buy.READ FULL REVIEW