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Pros: Purchased 14 of them in quad Supermicro 1U racks. I feel powerful.
Cons: Let me think about it and I'll be back as soon as I can.
Other Thoughts: Cpu farm, oh cpu farm, where have you been all my life.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Card is fast at higher res and enabling AA or AF couldn't be more flawless. Good thing is that under load the fan is inaudible at 36% and temps rarely hit above 80C. It's a better choice over Cypress lineup because of improved tesselation. If you fancy green team then GTX 570 is alternative. This 6970 replaces my good old GTX 295, plus the radeon is more powerful.
Cons: The length is about 10.5 inches but if you want the best then that's what you get. Mine came with shaved power connector but no big deal.
Other Thoughts: This card lets me push higher levels of AA and 2GB of memory seems to have endless capacity. At least that's how playing Crysis @8xAA and 1080p feels like. My GTX 295 could manage 4xAA but not 8xAA and even then it was not as fluid in heavy scenarios vs HD 6970. I run this with i5 750 @3.6GHz.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I enjoyed this lcd from the beginning, no dead pixels, very little light bleed and most of all 1680x1050 res which is great for my 4850 Toxic. Colors are great too, ohh and Crysis looks beautiful.
Cons: I guess you can't escape backlight bleed with LCDs but this one has minimal on top and bottom but sides look fine. I switched from 19' crt so it irritated me at first. No dvi cable included is a minus.
Other Thoughts: It comes with forteManager software so you don't have to adjust controls on lcd itself, makes it a lot easier for corrections.READ FULL REVIEW