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Pros: Very quiet, runs great, maxes out any game, very low power consumption.
Cons: Price, I believe that this card could be priced a little lower than what it is. Those are no major issues though. The only thing I had was that my Splinter Cell: Blacklist code didn't work. Also it seemed like it had been repacked in a new little bag (which I have never had a code come in before) so I think someone just bought it, used the code, gave it back, then I received it with a used code.
Other Thoughts: Make sure you have the room. It's a great card and I love ASUS.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great card, maxes out any game and is very future proof.
Cons: Only con would be that my game code was used. I could tell by the marks previously made on it and that it came in a plastic bag.
Other Thoughts: I wouldn't spend your money on this card unless you're an enthusiast. You can easily get away with a 760 or 770READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good motherboard, will get what you want, CrossFire, a bit of overclocking (not much) and is a good starter motherboard if your are on a budget. If your not then don't buy this motherboard. Reasons not stated in Cons
Cons: The big thing for me was the USB 3.0 it doesn't work at all. At least for me. If you are running Windows 8 then there are no drivers for USB 8.o meaning you just lost about 4 of your USB slots. If you have Windows 7 and you download the driver. same thing. They just don't work for whatever the reason for me.
Other Thoughts: Like I said good starter motherboard. I got when I got my 3770k.
HD 7850 (Crossfire)
8gb @ 1333 RAM