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Pros: nice looking and supplies enough power when working
Cons: cheap and shabby internal qlty
Other Thoughts: will see if they take my rma...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Speed - Overclockable - virtua graphics - hyperthreading
Cons: The three year Intel warranty is a Joke. Intel offers illiterate service reps to help and they label your case with whatever they feel is convenient -- regardless of what the ACTUAL case may be. I will sell this one off and buy an AMD. Intel is no longer #1 in my book
Other Thoughts: I have been a loyal Intel customer for over 15 years. I have never needed to get service and so I naively thought this was because their products are perfect. Now, when I buy the most expensive processor -- it comes with a manufacterer defect. I got burned, but I will let the world know that intel is cutting corners and everyone will feel it sooner or later.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The card looks aesthetically awesome, and it does run very cool (55c max on full load)
Cons: The card is OK for high end games like BF3, but it shows signs that it is struggling to keep up. It does not feel like a high-end card when you use it.
The card randomly fails while browsing the net (a known issue, but Nvidia does NOTHING about it)
I cannot keep my computer at full 1920x1080 because it literally drags the computers performance. I have it on 720P now (1280x720) and it seems to work OK, but at full res it sucks
Other Thoughts: Because my EVGA 9600GT had heating issues I decided to bite the bullet and buy this card. Thought I was getting a great item! (I was wrong...)
Core I7 2600k - (Stock frequency)
16gb (4GBx4GB) DDR3-1333 DDR3 SDRAM (Stock frequency)
64gb Kingston SSD HD
Samsung B2230 22" LCD
Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
Display Name: Joseph C.
Date Joined: 11/07/11
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