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Pros: I bought this as an upgrade for an HD 7770. It was a good move on my part. Played all my games at at least "high" settings and stayed cool doing it. I have some benchmarks of it, but its been a year or so since I had it, so im not sure where they went. I sold it after a little over a year for a gtx 970. Wish I would have kept this little card for my spare rig.
Cons: It has zero defects and performed to expectations. No cons.
Other Thoughts: I stick with HIS brand for AMD GPU's. If I go back to an AMD GPU, it will be HIS brand again. They have always done me right.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Just right for a budget build.
Other Thoughts: Bought this board for a family member for a basic use build. Web browsing, word, light games, etc. Stuck a Pentium G3258 (yeah unlocked, but still solid even at stock speeds), 1 stick 4Gb of 1333Mhz RAM, Crucial BX100 250GB SSD, with a evga 430w PSU. It works perfect! I had no issues getting it set up, and it posted the first try. BIOS is average/good for a budget mobo, as you would expect. Pretty solid as far as board flex when installing cables and such. Simply a great board for a budget build. Looking at buying another for my sons first build.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I bought this in 2013 to power my FX-8320 and R9-270x (HD 7770 at the time). Has worked flawlessly the last couple of years. Never really hear a peep out of it. The blue led gives my case a cool blue glow inside. Works just as it should! I run my rig probably about 80% of the time, only putting it to sleep at night sometimes. About to upgrade to an I7-4790k and an R9-290. Going to keep this PSU a while longer.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Why get rid of it when it is still faithfully powering all your components? Great PSU!READ FULL REVIEW