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Pros: Fast, plays everything on extreme. Quiet and cool. NVidia support. (the best) Perfect for 1080P gaming now and in the future thanks to the 3GB of VRAM.
Cons: None what so ever, don't worry about the 192 bit bus, just hype to get you to spend much more money. The 192 bit bus width is just one part of the bandwidth equation.
Other Thoughts: This thing is not a beauty queen it’s short, fat and ugly most unimpressive appearance to say the least but makes up for it in performance. Build quality seems to be average.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, Quiet, Great cooling. Gigabyte quality.
Cons: Expensive, card is already approaching obsolescence from day one. (2) GB of VRAM does not meet the recommend memory recommendation for new game releases like BF4 and others (3) GB. Better options exist for much less $$
Other Thoughts: Way over priced for a card w/ only 2 GB of VRAMREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Super fast (way faster than my WD V Raptors), reliable and cheap.
Cons: Very poor packaging is responsible for the many failures reported by customers on this site. (See other thoughts)
Other Thoughts: This is the exact same drive as the TOSHIBA PH3300U-1I72 3TB that is available on this site. (rebranded)
The ONLY difference is the retail packaging.
The retail version (TOSHIBA PH3300U-1I72 3TB) is shipped with very robust, shock proof packaging.
If you want this drive to arrive undamaged and not DOA, buy the TOSHIBA PH3300U-1I72 3TB retail version.