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Pros: -It works flawlessly if you're not gaming.
Cons: -It doesn't work if you are gaming
Other Thoughts: This card is unstable. It's a well known problem with this card. Gigabyte released a bios update to increase the voltage to handle the overclock. Even with this bios update you probably will not be able to play games that run DirectX11. You will get a couple minutes of playtime, then crash to desktop, or hard lock, or straight into a reboot. You can try underclocking it with MSI afterburner or other apps, but even after underclocking, it still had the same issues. I've got a 650 watt PSU, it's 80+ silver certifed. PC power and cooling. Very solid and reliable PSU. I've got plenty of juice for this card. Gigabyte just botched the hardware really bad. Do some searching in online forums, google "Gigabyte 560 gtx ti crash" and you will meet hundreds of ticked off gamers with the same exact problem. Why did I spend over 200$ on a video card for gaming, when it doesn't actually play any games?
I started out loving gigabyte, but I'm not so sure I should buy their products anymore. I wish someone told me about this when I bought the card. I thought everything was just fine for a year. Then I started trying to play games running DX11. Fat chance. Now I'm stuck with a card that's well out of warranty. Costly mistake.
This review is from: NYKO Wireless Sensor Bar Wii
Pros: Range, Battery life, Auto shut off.
Other Thoughts: I bought a wireless sensor bar from Rosewill i think it was, and its complete garbage. This thing gets amazing range, better than the wired one that comes with the wii, and definately better than other wireless ones.READ FULL REVIEW