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Pros: 5473 graphics score on 3D mark benchmark. Sadly, my system was limited by my processor, but still got a really good score. I cant wait to SLI this thing. 1080p at 60 fps is an easy thing, even on higher settings.
Cons: Takes 2 6-pins, makes SLI obnoxious to do because you have to get converters, but if you buy two of these cards you will have them. High power demand / performance ratio, and SLI needs at least a bronze cert 600w+ PSU to be stable.
Other Thoughts: Great card, high end. Just a little dated as of now, but I love it and it's going to be a while before i upgrade.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master GX - 650W Power Supply with 80 PLUS Bronze Certification
Pros: Holds up well under load. Running high-demand applications doesn't cause any performance issues or temperature spikes. Pretty good for a bronze certified PSU. This is a well-designed product.
Cons: Wish it came with 4 6-pins for SLI, but converters are cheap.
Other Thoughts: Handles my abuse well. Fits perfectly with my HAF coolermaster, but that's no surprise.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great motherboard, ATX, runs all my hardware VERY well. Could not be happier with the motherboard itself.
Cons: I docked it 1 egg because one of the SATA cables that came with it was bad. This issue has been haunting me all month. Poor boot times, lag up the wazoo, apparent disk failures. I almost shelled out $100 for a new HDD, and blamed it on WD. Which wouldn't have fixed the issue. Tried a different cable, and it was awesome. Still had to reinstall the OS because of all the things i tried to fix it.
TL;DR The motherboard may be awesome, but if you cant use it cause the bundled SATA cable is messing with your HDD, it's a problem.
Other Thoughts: I hope newegg has free shipping on SATA III cables. And it would be nice if the manufacturer shipped me a new one. But all in all, im just glad i found the problem.READ FULL REVIEW