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Pros: Price and Card size.. Bought this card to be used in my Girlfriends Box store Dell computer temperarly untill I can get her a new machine built. Paired with her new 23" Widescreen monitor the colors are just awesome she says ;) This card will run most modern games at a decent Resolution and still be very playable. I'll probably buy a 2nd card after I get her new computer build to run In crossfire. This card also allows a decent overclock to squeze even a few more frames out of it.
Cons: None no driver issues as others have stated.
Other Thoughts: Untill recently I've had nothing but Nvidia Video cards, but I decided to give ATI a shot with this card (4770)and the 5770 i bought for my machine and have been totally impressed with them. ATI has takin over the video card market in my opinion especially the budget cards. If you do light gaming this card is Definatly for you. If you do Moderate gaming this card may be for you, if you have the extra $50 or so you might check into the 5770. If your into heavy gaming this card probably isn't for you, not that it can't handle it but i think you'll be more satified with a better card like the 5770. The other brand has cards that are compairable to this but not at this price or card format. Thier cards tend to be large, who am I kidding there huge which unless you own one of those $200+ computer cases will prolly cause issues with fitting in the case and most importantly cooling.
If your looking to upgrade your Onboard video card this is a must, Low Power consumption, small card format.
This review is from: ENERMAX MAGMA UCMAA12A 120mm Case Fan
Pros: Removeable Fan Blades for cleaning. Moves alot of air.
Cons: When running full speed they are a lil loud not super loud but loud enuf to distrub me while watch movies in my HTPC. Added a Fan controller and dropped the rpms by ~200 and they arn't annoying anymore but still move sufficant air.
Other Thoughts: All in All these fans do thier Job well.
These are some of the better 120mm fans out there they arn't the best but by far not the worse.
A Decent value for your money.
This review is from: ZALMAN CNPS 8000 92mm 2 Ball CPU Cooling Fan/Heatsink
Pros: Compact Heatpipe Design, Cools Good And Quite. Dropped Idle Temps by 8 degrees and load temps by 10 degrees on a Phenom x3 720 with 4th core unlocked with stock speeds. Temps now are 30 idle and 38 Load running fan at 1700 rpms. going to OC when I get my RMA'd PSU back :( Fits on a ASUS M4A785TD-V no issues. Didn't have to remove Mobo to Install/Remove
Cons: All Copper would've been nice but cools good anyway.
Tricky to get the Clips to latch on a AMD mobo.
Other Thoughts: Fits on a ASUS M4A785TD-V MoBo without blocking any Ram Slots. Just rotate Cooler 180 degrees so the heatpipes face the rear.
All in All a great cooler for compact Cases. Cools well, Quite.
Would buy again.