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Pros: powerhouse of a card, it is actually very reasonable on energy consumption as well, due to massive memory of this card I have never even seen a textureless model on any game (on ultra setting nonetheless)
Cons: it is not DX12 compatible....and no, I am not even joking about that, the Titan series graphics cards will not be completely compatible with DirectX 12....apparently, it will run games that use it in a sort of, I guess you could say "nerfed" version...needless to say this is the biggest argument anyone should have about this card NOT it's price
Other Thoughts: The biggest reason I got this over other Nvidia cards, is because I built microATX computer, if I where to build in anything bigger I would most likely have gotten two GeForce GTX 780ti cards instead and set up a dual SLI configurationREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GELID Solutions Slim 12 PL 120mm Blue LED Case Fan
Pros: looks amazing, works VERY well, both the airflow and static pressure are incredibly impressive, is indeed super quiet and only half as thick as standard fans
Cons: not the cheapest fans there are
Other Thoughts: Gelid is my new favorite of computer fans! I never bought them before because of the price, but in this case you definitely get what you pay for. The static pressure is very impressive, and a lot of "radiator optimized" fans don't even match it! I will be trying out all of Gelid's series and size of fans, because I am just so impressed with this one!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill LIGHTNING-800 - 800-Watt Modular, Active PFC Power Supply - Continuous @ 122 Deg. F (50C), 80 PLUS Gold, ATX 12V v2.31 & EPS 12V v2.92, Intel Haswell, SLI & CrossFire Ready
Pros: This PSU is obviously built for a gaming rig (comes with a total of 6 PCIE connectors!) so ANY sort of graphics cards array you can think of is sure to be supported.
at 800watts and 80+ gold certification, it is certainly one quality PSU that allows for all sorts of upgrades.
I also really like the connectors that each come with their own little compression collar, combined with the fact that each connector and header is keyed, only allowing it to be inserted one way, the cables are extremely secure once in place.
it does look very nice with all it's lights, but beyond that, they actually serve a pretty significant purpose if you use a little imagination. You see, the lights around the connectors will still light up if there is a cable attached even if there isn't some sort of hardware at the end of that cable, so basically, the first step of troubleshooting a specific component will be as simple as looking to make sure all lights are on, if any of them are off then that means it won't even be getting an electrical signal at all
Cons: for what this thing costs, I would certainly have liked for the 20+4 and 4+4 connectors to also be modular, but that is not by any means a deal-breaker to me
Other Thoughts: First thing I did, and first thing I recommend anyone who might buy this product do, is plug in all of the cables and use a 24 pin short to test all the LED lights on the power supply BEFORE you install it. I was lucky enough (this time-_-) to have all my LEDs working, but that is rarely the case when I buy anything computer related that has lights in it...READ FULL REVIEW