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Pros: Runs cool and quiet at idle. After setting up fan profile using EVGA Precision X utility, very quiet at full load and hasn't exceeded 77c. Default fan profile never exceeded 72c.
@1920x1200, Crysis 3 maxed out and runs smooth as every other game I toss at it.
Cons: @$499, not the strongest value and when AIB R290's with custom coolers hit the market a $450 price would be more appropriate.
Default fan profile allows the card to get loud fairly quickly (card will be cold and loud at full load)
Other Thoughts: Standard EVGA GTX780's have 6 phases
EVGA GTX780 Classified has 16 phases
The FTW edition has 8 phases
if you plan on heavy overclocking, either the FTW or the Classified would be a great choice.
Pros: stable so far. no issues
Cons: louder than my earthwatts 650 and 380.
Other Thoughts: its the loudest component in my system but probably quieter than mostREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec EarthWatts EA650 650W Continuous Power ATX12V Ver.2.2 / EPS12V version 2.91 SLI Certified CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC "compatible with Core i7/Core i5" Power Supply
Pros: Purchased in 2/2009, this PSU has delivered quiet steady operation.
Cons: Cabling is not anything fancy nor is it modular.
Other Thoughts: Exactly what you want out of a PSU. Solid power delivery and no issues.READ FULL REVIEW