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Pros: Ive been using this card for a couple years now and its still holding up very well for me. Crysis 2 at max resolution for my monitor (1440x900) gets 45+ FPS. Handles any COD game like it was in idle. Rift online runs from 25 - 40+ FPS with max settings
Cons: - not many at all. Its been a very stable card for me, and very consistent.
- although my weird resolution I have to manually add it to the drivers before installing them, but thats not the cards fault, thats purely a software issue.
Pros: It does what it advertises, overclocks, unlocks cores, and is decently customizable.
with my Geforce 460 SE I was getting an average of 33 FPS in Rift, 50+ in Crysis 2, and everything else I had with settings maxed.
Cons: It worked for a month or so, then stopped being able to POST.
First the sound went out in the first week. No audio at all from the audio out 3.5mm jack.
I thought, ah screw it, and bought a cheap sound card.
Worked for another 2 weeks, then it started having issues POSTing. I would have to hold power to shutdown the computer and try again. Once or twice, and it would POST then boot to windows. A week or so later, it stopped POSTing altogether. All RAM, drives, the video card and the processor work in a different computer so the Mobo is just dead.
Other Thoughts: I had to put all the gear that I was using with this one into an old mobo with slower RAM and I noticed a HUGE difference in my gaming experience.
I like this motherboard, I just wish it worked right now. I contacted ASROCK support and am awaiting a reply to that.
This review is from: ECS IC780M-A2 (V1.0A) AM3 AMD 770 ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Nothing bad to say about this one. Has been working flawlessly for a year.
Cons: None I have come acrossREAD FULL REVIEW