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Pros: No coil whine on my card, my 290x had bad coil whine. I literally cannot here this card over my case fans on the lowest settings (6). Using custom fan curve 0% till 50c, 50% fan speed at 60c, hasnt hit 70c since Ive owned it.
Cons: Cant think of any yet, really much less power use then the 290x, less noise, less heat, runs just as fast...
Other Thoughts: Great card!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I went with EVGA, not necessarily Nvidia, for this purchase because of the customer service. I've been burned in the past by other vendors. This is why I stick with EVGA and didn't purchase AMD's new cards 290x. Repeat business will come from me and for EVGA. Oh, and the card is great.
Cons: Really how can you con this card if backed by EVGA?
Other Thoughts: EVGA is such a good company and the RMA process was so nice, I'm going to get my PSU now from them. This is how you win over in a tight market. I've experienced many companies, but never to the satisfaction of this company. If anything - DO NOT CHANGE EVGA. Heck, they are in some forums too to help out. I even see them reply to customers that have had defects in the products. I never see a customer not happy after dealing with them. It just amazing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Running SLI and has been quite fast. No issues I can think of, did the bios update on the EVGA website. Took maybe 3mins total for me to download and run the update. This is great for 120hz monitors with SLI running to GTX 670's.
2012-08-26 00:10:18 - bf3
Frames: 77518 - Time: 557017ms - Avg: 139.166 - Min: 59 - Max: 201
2012-08-26 00:44:19 - bf3
Frames: 103810 - Time: 952526ms - Avg: 108.984 - Min: 55 - Max: 201
2012-08-26 01:01:34 - bf3
Frames: 94658 - Time: 826602ms - Avg: 114.515 - Min: 60 - Max: 201
2012-08-26 01:17:38 - bf3
Frames: 42679 - Time: 426569ms - Avg: 100.052 - Min: 52 - Max: 182
Cons: Lucky if you get over 1150mhz on the core.
Other Thoughts: I really like the way a few other brands look but there are a few reason Ill stick with EVGA - is the customer service. They will answer questions and take ownership when something does go wrong with the card. Customer service is not even the right word for these guys/gals, just unbelievable! EVGA might be the reason I have not gone to AMD/ATi to try there products. When you invest a large amount of money, I like to know that there is some insurance that the Customer Service will have your back.READ FULL REVIEW
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