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Pros: Quiet, I've never heard the card over my 120mm fans.
Ultra settings on everything I play, Skyrim with 2k texture packs are smooth, going to try some ENB post processing to see if it can take the load.
Full size HDMI output! Finally!
This is my first EVGA card, it wont be my last, they really go all out with packaging and overall experience. Lots of extra goodies thrown in.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: No blurring while playing games
Nice and bright, great color depth. I have one hooked up HDMI and the other VGA on the same GTX760SC card, and they both look amazing.
One screw (phillips or standard) to mount the base to the monitor
solid packaging (see cons)
Transparent red color is hardly noticeable.
Nice adjustment options tilt and swivel all are solid, and precise.
Easy to navigate menus, driver disc included.
Comes with VGA d-sub cord and power adapter cord.
Cons: Ordered two, one box was very rough looking, obviously thrown around, had hole was ripped, and two corners were crushed. No damage to monitor thankfully.
Other Thoughts: 90 degree angled power cord but the hdmi and vga hookups are coming straight off the back. Seems odd.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, multi-tasks well, running with the following setup:
H55 Hydro cooler, 30-31c cpu tems on stock voltage.
BIOSTAR Hi-Fi Z87X 3D Mobo
G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB)1600 (PC3 12800) Dual channel mode
AMD re-badged MSI R9 290x
Corsair 128gb OS drive, a few other data drives until I get consolidated.
Cons: None so far, can't complain. This thing multi-tasks like a champ
Other Thoughts: Installed win7pro 64bit SP1 is minutes on SSD drive. Transferring data to different drives, updates, and browsing the web flawlessly, ran VMware well, no slowdown switching windows etc.
I was worried since I heard the AMDs were better multi-tasking processors, I don't worry any more after seeing it in action.