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Pros: Cant beat it for the money! Overclocks very well. Great alternative if you cant afford the AMD FX 8 core or Intel i5.
Cons: Will need to purchase a decent aftermarket cooler to go with it. The Cooler Master EVO212 works very well for $30.
Other Thoughts: I've had mine OC'ed to 5.1GHz no problem on the Asus Crosshair V Formula board. I run it at 4.8Ghz most of the time with my liquid cooler, 4.6Ghz should be safe with a decent air cooler. After doing a lot of testing the FX6300@4.4Ghz - 4.8Ghz pairs nicely with 270x, 280, or GTX760 beyond that it will not get the full performance out of the higher end video cards.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Best bang for the buck far as price to performance goes.
Cons: None. Wouldn't kick it out of bed for eating crackers.
Other Thoughts: Most likely wont handle anything beyond a AMD 280X or GTX770 even when overclocked to 4.8GHz. If you plan to run vid cards larger than these go with the 8 core FX processors or Intle i5 or i7 to get the most out of your awesome vid card.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Not much to say its a cable, Feels of good quality, delivers clean picture, cheap.
Cons: In my particular situation the cable is fairly stiff putting unwanted stress on connections but I wouldn't kick it out of bed for eating crackers. For others this cable could easily be a 5/5.
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