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Pros: Great Frame rates, Impressive cooling system and overall the best Radeon video card I have ever owned.
I run two video cards in my AMD rig the bridge-less crossfire and nvidia cards are amazing I have not see any real performance differences in a bridged card and the bridge-less system.
Shadows of Mordor runs at 70-147 fps
sid meier's civilization beyond earth runs at over 100 fps using mantel.
Cons: I run a custom water cooled loop in my system I ran these cards as air cooled for the first week. What I do not like about these cards is the fans can get very loud my system can't even be heard now.
Any game that has been designed for nvidia has some tearing until you tweak the settings the new raptor software helps address this issue by helping you set the game up best for your cards this has reduced this issue but I like to run all options on in ultra. I just bought three new monitors with AMD free-sync I am going to see if this changes anything.
Pros: Fast, effective, And can handle anything you throw at it match this with 64 gbs of RAM and Duel SLI Video cards and a SSD and there is nothing that can't be done. I do land scape and design and I also use Photoshop on a daily basis some times I have them both open at the same time I have never had an issue with speed with this system. I am currently overclocked to 4.9gbs and stable. Love this processor if you have the money to spend and you need power you should make the investment.
Cons: Power hungry, Expensive but worth it!!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS P6TD Deluxe LGA 1366 Intel X58 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: I just got this Board and I am Loving it. I am using the Intel Core i7-950 Bloomfield 3.06GHz And its Super Fast i just resonantly looked into overclocking and with all the added features for this board it made it very easy for someone who just started overclocking. Right now I have my CPU running at 3.5GHz and my system temp on a full load is 38c air cooled I am using the New Zelmen CSPN10X but any how i am loving the motherboard.
Cons: None so Far.READ FULL REVIEW