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Pros: It's a Titan for $500.
I EASILY overclocked my GTX 780 far beyond what a stock Titan will do without having to touch voltages at all. I'm running 1200MHz core and 7GHz memory clock without adjusting power at all. Never gets hotter than 60C. ACX fans are very quiet. I can play every game I have at maxed ultra 1440p with 60+ FPS (except Crysis 3, and strangely, Battlefield 4). Very sturdy PCB, runs every game I have flawlessly, comes with EVGA's winning customer support, and that 3 year warranty. 3GB of VRAM is also way more than enough to accommodate my 2560x1440p monitor. I rarely use half of my VRAM, if even close to that.
Cons: I don't have two of them.
Other Thoughts: I'm probably going to be getting another one of these bad boys for SLI and 120FPS.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Great picture quality
-Very little backlight bleeding and IPS glow
-Decent (not great) mount
-Has DVI, D-SUB, and HDMI inputs
-Only cost $110
Cons: The monitor would not recognize the computer I was putting it on. I was using the monitor with a brand new (I had just put the new parts for it together) computer and the screen said no input detected. I ended up having to use another monitor to install this monitor's software onto the new computer so that it would work.
Also, the monitor only comes with a D-sub cable, so you'll have to buy a DVI or HDMI cable if you want the benefits of a digital signal over an analog signal.
Other Thoughts: Was a great deal for $110 for Black Friday.READ FULL REVIEW