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Pros: + 750W (supposedly)
+ Cheap as dirt
+ Comes with nice anti-vibrating rubber thingy.
+ TONS of connectors.
Cons: Brand is the sketchiest one on Newegg. Do not use this if you plan to have expensive parts. It should work fine for simple systems, but you really shouldn't trust this to play well with a Titan or 7990. Buy a more reputable supply for expensive setups.
Other Thoughts: It is NOT modular, but offers several connectors.
Diablotek has a very nasty rep, but this box worked just fine. I did, however, replace it for a slightly more reputable brand after reading into them a bit. It would make a good, cheap, backup power supply, but I wouldn't test its limits.
Pros: + Has managed to last well over a year
+ Fast enough for those on a budget.
Cons: - Only 750GB. I bought this during the flooding in Taiwan, so prices on the 1TB and 2TB were unreasonably high. Anything under 1TB is slowly becoming a little too small for someone who plays several games or downloads movies/music.
Other Thoughts: Look for a 1TB drive or higher if you plan to store alot of stuff. 750GB goes by much faster than most people realize.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: + 3GB GDDR5
+ Only ~$230!
+ Runs all of my games on high-max @ 60fps on a 2560x1440 monitor.
+ Temp peaks at 60C, and that's only because I haven't cleaned it in awhile!
Cons: Some driver issues existed early on, but have been corrected. Be sure to DOWNLOAD your drivers off the AMD site. Do not use the disk ones if you have the chance.
Other Thoughts: The card is very large. Make sure your case can fit this monster. It's well over 11", and the power connectors face the wall of the case.
I have two of these in CrossfireX. They run anything I throw at 'em. Cheaper than the nVidia equivalent, and the run cool as ice. Buy it if you have the spare cash.