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Pros: Runs C++/CUDA
Fan @85% = 81c max load
Idle @68% = 54c
Stable clocks 830mhz/1660mhz
Runs whatever you want at 1080P/4XAA and above
HDMI 7.1 Channel Audio Output
PhysX (You don't have to worry about not being able to play a physx enabled game correctly)
Cons: It's Expensive and PC gaming is being overrun by console ports.
Other Thoughts: You can start to noticeably hear the fan over about 72%.
I had a GTX 260 SLI prior to this, Multi-Monitor/Multi-GPU has too many issues. If you already have a 5870, there is not a real reason to buy this -- unless you want to do something besides play games (ex. c++ cuda). Nvidia has really redefined the meaning of a compute GPU, this should get even better with a die shrink.
Total System Usage (Everything)
i7 920 - 4ghz
2x 7200 RPM Drives
1x GTX 480
2x 1920x1080 monitors
= 530 watts load, 340 idle
Pros: I am a bit of a Nokia/S60 fan, so I have used alot of their smart phones. I haved owned a N95/N78/N82. This is my first E-Series, and it will not be my last. This phone will last 2 days running Nokia Email / Mail for Exchange the entire time. This is pretty amazing for a smartphone. The metal case is really nice, keyboard is substantial and screen resolution works.
If you get, Download.
Mail for Exchange
JoikuSpot (Use the 3G connection to make the phone like a wifi AP for laptops etc)
Nokia Sport Tracker
.... Ovi sharing is really nice.
Cons: Low-Light Camera Quality. I also have a N78, which is also 3.2MP, but outperforms the picture quality - by far. Do not buy this phone specifically for the camera. Although it will decimate 2MP phones, like the iPhone or generic Motorola flips.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 2x GTX 260 in SLI + a good quad + more than 2GB Ram will run just about anything at 1080P, full settings. I really cannot be more satisfied with buying 2 of these at less than 400$.
Cons: None, seriously.
Other Thoughts: I would only get the 192 core if you already have another you want to SLI, otherwise stick with the GTX260 Core216, or better yet, go GTX 275/GTX 280.READ FULL REVIEW