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Pros: Okay, so this card is the bomb. I've had it since mid June of 2012, and since I've gotten it I have played: BFBC2, MoH Warfighter, CSS, Gmod, and Tribes all at max or near max settings. I highly recommend this card.
I've heard of people getting in the GHz range with overclocking this card... I might try that.
Cons: The fan can get kinda loud but that's just the way I have it set up, and the six-pin plugs are on the end rather than the side. Depending on your case you might have a problem with that, it is a rather short card so you should be fine.
Other Thoughts: I replaced the stock fan and heatsink with an aftermarket cooler, I found out that the fan they use is an oem coolermaster fan. Mine before I swapped out the heatsink ran really cool: 29C at idle and 64C under load.
This review is from: BitFenix Spectre Pro All Black 140mm Case Fan
Pros: It moves some air, it comes with some accessories, looks awesome.
Cons: It's not quiet, you can make it quite a bit quieter by using the adapter included. Other than that not much to talk aboutREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: -It moves a fair amount of air
-It has rubber strips around the screw mounting area
-I comes with rubber fan non screw things
Cons: It is loud. It's not the air moving type noise, it is a mixture of a lot of air movement and motor noise. It also is a very weird colour orange, if you must go with it I would go with the black version instead.
Other Thoughts: Overall I think that this is a decent fan if you don't care about noise. It also bothers me that it's PWM because it's a lot harder to adjust the fan speed on it than if it was a three pin, but that's my own fault. Good luck with the search thoughREAD FULL REVIEW