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Pros: Not many. 550Ti is just as good and much cheaper.
Cons: Worked for about two months.
It didn't perform any better than EVGA's 555Ti. Not even a little.
Got an RMA, EVGA doesn't pay shipping both ways which is the first time I have encountered that. Most RMA's I have done the company sent a replacement first along with a postage paid custom box to return the item.
Maybe that is not the industry standard, but it should be.
Other Thoughts: EVGA used to be my go to supplier for mobos and video cards as well as my first recommendation to friends and families.
I will rethink that.
Pros: Nice sized and good picture. Since it doesn't have speakers(thankfully!) it has no use for HDMI.
Cons: Doesn't come with a DVI cable which is stupid since who has a VGA these days? Doesn't have built in USB.
It is rather difficult to get the various settings calibrated correctly.
The aspect ratio option is greyed out, meaning that older games with 4:3 ratio will not display anything.
Pros: Rock solid. Fairly easy to setup alone. I set it up by myself with one 27" and a 24".
Even on a relatively cheap and flimsy desk(half an inch thick) it is still very stable.
Cons: The arms don't telescope towards or away from the user, so you are limited in how close or far it can be.zREAD FULL REVIEW