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Pros: -Low Noise (slight hush noise, fan noise)
Cons: -Stiff as heck cords
-4 pin (already connected) cord is pretty shory, i have an antec 300 case and a Asus m3a78 mobo and it barely made it to the 4 pin connection
-not fully modular (already comes with 8pin, 20+4pin,
Other Thoughts: Good buy, great for cable management and overclocking. Rebate might as well not be because it sucks to do and is imho total scam-zor.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: cooler rocks, is fairly quiet. Runs all games on high at 1280x1024 no sweat! Got the factory overclockedversion, 585mhz.
Cons: large card, like 9.5 AT inches. Cannot overclock, not even with Ati overdrive? I expect it's a driver problem, should be fixed soon. Umm, i checked and my memory clock only reads 900mhz, not 1800mhz?
Other Thoughts: Not the prettiest card, but great budget deal, beats out the 9800gt in performance and price. ATI For the win!! MSI get those overclocking drivers out, i want to clock to speeds of 4850 or higher! Wish i would have waited a week for Rainbow 6 vegas 2, o wellREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great Budget Card.
Can play most games on high/ medium setting at 1280x 1024 res.
Mine came with a crazy long warranty
Small, copper heatsink fan. Cool design on the card.
Cons: None really. Unless you count that it's pretty loud! I have an Antec 300 case w/ 2 120mm fans on medium and a standard amd quad core stock heatsink fan, and this card is the loudest of my case. Comparable to the 9600gso 768mb from XFX (for those who don't know, that might be the worlds loudest card)
Other Thoughts: BUDGET GAMING BUILD
hec X-Power Pro 600w
Western Digital Caviar SE 320gb
A-DATA 4GB 240-Pin DDR2
AMD Phenom 8450 Toliman (triple core) oc'd to 2.4 ghz
Antec 300 case
XFX 8600gt 512 mb\
ALL FROM NEWEGG.CA......ROCK HARD!!!