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Pros: Able to OC to 1200 MHz boost clock and 6050MHz memory. The wait for a sale at the end of the year was worth it. This is practically the same as my two 480s that total 1600MHz but much cooler and silent.
The massive cooler keeps it at 30c when just browsing and about 50-60c when playing NS2 and battlefield 4.
Cons: Little to no cons. just know the massive size of it well and measure up your available space. I managed to fit this in a micro ATX case.
No cons on performance.
Other Thoughts: Depending on your motherboard's SATA layout, you may want to consider getting angled SATA cables. Remember that it takes up 3 expansion slots.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The price is right for a 700W PSU and it worked out of the box with no problems.
Cons: Keeping in mind the low price...
Cables are not sleeved,
Cables are old school colored (Yellow, Black, & Red),
the length of the cables are advertised for easy management. I don't recommend it going in a snug ITX case.
Other Thoughts: You cant beat the price, it worked right away and gives head room for future expansion. Keep an eye on the price itself, it lowered after i purchased it (12/27/13) and now offers a MIR. (1/8/14)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ARRIS SurfBoard SB6121 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
Pros: Stable connection when it wants, its NOT the modem's fault. My apartment location has never updated its cable lines. Very reliable and quick to connect, works with Comcast.
Cons: No cons, im very happy with this product.
Other Thoughts: I bought it at $99 around 1 year ago. It still works great.READ FULL REVIEW