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This review is from: Kawasaki 841372 88 Piece Drill Bit Set With Metal Case
Pros: + Affordable
+ Well performing titanium coated bits
+ Lots of duplicates especially of the smaller / more easily breakable sizes
Cons: - None at this price
Other Thoughts: I bought this set when it was on sale and was very impressed when it was delivered. I've already put several of the bits to use. I just wish I had bought more than just the one at the time both for myself and to give as gifts.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Unbeatable materials / design - ASUS & Gigabyte's flagship Haswell boards don't even come close
4-way SLI capable
BIOS includes an insane amount of overclocking options
OC genie makes OC'ing too easy
The LED lighting is awesome to see - MSI logo, OC buttons, 'Audio Boost', the yellow audio PCB separation line, and the 'X' all light up, and the 'X' pulses. Also the backside of the board has LEDs so there is a glow emanating around it. Wow.
Cons: This 'best' Haswell board is also the most expensive out right now.
The HDMI & Display port covers need to be removed prior to installing mobo in your case - they will not easily pull out past the backplate without risking damaging it.
The WiFi module must be attached before installing the mobo in the case.
Other Thoughts: We've built several Haswell rigs so far, and while Gigabyte's Sniper 5 & ASUS's Deluxe/Dual are also great boards that we likewise had no major probs with so far, they just don't hold a candle to this MSI XPower. This is definitely the board I'm keeping for my new system.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Google: "Can Dual Nvidia GTX 760s Outperform A $999 Titan?"
Spoiler: Yes, oh yes they can. ;-)
Comes with a 'Game of PWNs' poster. lol
Got mine installed in my new build a couple days ago and have been hammering away at it ever since. This one card is waaaay better performing than my old rig's dual GTX 550 Ti's in SLI.
Cons: I personally wish it had dual HDMI instead of a displayport, but that's typical for all cards these days. Not a big deal though.
Other Thoughts: I just placed my order for my 2nd card so I can SLI these bad boys together. I was in a mild panic the past couple days when I saw this card was sold out on NewEgg. Thankfully it was just temporary. Can't hardly wait until it gets here.READ FULL REVIEW
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