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Pros: It worked.
Quiet. At 50% fan speed is still quieter than case fans.
Cool. Runs at 35 C, highest I've noticed was 47 C.
*Room temp 25 C.
Powerful! If any games are slow on high settings, odds are (because you are cheap and buying a Power Color) your CPU - RAM are lagging behind. :P
Cons: Not sure if it's the card or not.
But it just can't handle overclocking.
Worked for 16 hours at 900Mhz like a charm.
I raised the bar to 930Mhz and can't last for more than two hours without the card glitching out.
Other Thoughts: Im more of a XFX Sapphire Gigabyte kinda guy.
But I also happen to be a really cheap rat, kinda guy.
Always walking the fine line between cheap and reliable.
I just had to try Power Color for myself.
Because I used to be able to ram my XFX card (similar grade as it was 4870) and extra 10% on overclocking, and keep it at that pace.
And same thing with Sapphire (also 3870) that coped with my abuse so long as I kept it from melting.
And not this guy, can't even handle and extra +3%?
3 eggs only.
Still have a Micro ATX mother board? Get a life! :)
Pros: A neat black box.
Convenient USB Audio and SATA ports on top of the case.
3 fans in the case are very quiet.
Cons: DO NOT BUY IF YOU USE IDE HDDs
Jupiter help you if you have more than one.
Made for L shaped sata cables.
Straight ones end up pushing against the back panel.
Other Thoughts: I got it on sale with free shipping.
Even though the case is not what I hoped it would be, I'd say I got a great deal overall.
Pros: Solid stable ram.
1600 from the moment I plugged it in.
OC on and off, never had to worry about it, even when it was getting really hot. Not a single glitch.
Cons: Came in an orange box instead of a green one :((((
Other Thoughts: I was a kingstone fan until I got these sticks, for less of the price and hassle.READ FULL REVIEW