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Pros: It's all in all an awesome card, but with one small issue.
When paired with an Intel i5 4690k and an MSI Z97 gaming mobo, this card can handle any game you throw at it. It never drops frame rate in even the most demanding and taxing operations.
The 384-bit bandwidth paired with 3GB memory is just phenomenal especially for the price. Most cards with the same specs go upwards of 400 dollars!
No issues with clock speed.
Cons: Well, this is where things get a bit troublesome. To start the card is pretty large and requires a large case, never mind that, that's typically expected, but what isn't is the coil whine you get from this card! When using photo editing programs and cad programs this card screams!
Don't plan on using this card for running games like ARMA III on ultra setting with maxed out render distances, at the most this card can run a solid 60+ fps on ultra with render distances set at normal or below.
Other Thoughts: Still an amazing card for the money! Runs pretty cool, tested with Furmark. If your on a budget build, but need something powerful I would recommend this amazing card!
GTA V is around the corner and I'm thinking of picking up a second one to run in crossfire!
Cons: Don't be fooled by the fancy looking number of 2GB.
If you have any technical knowledge the first the you would have noticed is the severe memory bandwidth. With an astounding 64 bits per second, your toaster has a better chance of rendering games and simple HD videos at a higher quality. All in all DO NOT waste your money on this product.
Other Thoughts: Don't waste your 50 dollars!READ FULL REVIEW