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Pros: I have to say that this card gives out the best sound that ive ever heard, especially for gaming. Huge upgrade from my onboard Realtek audio. the software for the card is easy to use and understand.
Cons: Price is a little high but you pay for a good productREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: My build in this case
Intel I7 4770k OCed to 4.6ghz
Nvidia Geforce 760 from EVGA SC 4gb edition
8gb G.skill 1866Mhz ram
Asus Z87-k motherboard
Thermaltake 600w psu
1tb Seagate hybrid solid state drive(8gb SSD)
Case had more room in it than i expected, can support full length graphics cards and actually has spare space between my GTX 760 and the bottom HDD bay. HDD bays are removable if you would like a better airflow. Comes with two fans in front, one on back, and a huge fan on the side, my system never has an ambient temperature above 40C. This case also fits water coolers, getting them in can be a little odd because all of the screw points for fans have rubberized mounting holes that some screws can fit all the way through, but you can take them off and everything should mount fine. also this case was a dream to build in. the top grate is removable so i didn't have to bend my arm in three different places to go to the top of my motherboard and all of the cables fit behind the motherboard with ease. The case includes a 19pin usb 3.0 cable so you dont have to order one yourself. Also the case comes with tooless drive bays so that you dont have to screw anything in.
Cons: Rubberized screw holes for the fan/radiator slots.
no USB 3.0 passthrough
I wish the steel was a bit thicker, but i holds up nicely and the paint is hard to damage.
Other Thoughts: more cable ties, but that's just me being picky.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This monitor just came in yesterday and I have to say for a refurbished monitor its really good. Color is bright and vivid, and very defined, the sand is plastic but doesn't feel flimsy at all, and it is very easy to put together.
Cons: The power converter for the monitor isn't inside the monitor itself so it uses an external brick meaning more cables on the ground, and it doesnt come with a DVI cable but for the price i cant argue.
Other Thoughts: If your looking for a DVI connection to be completely honest you dont really need it since most graphics cards come with a VGA-DVI connector.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Greg S.
Date Joined: 08/21/12
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