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Pros: *Looks Sexy!!
*Overclocks well (mine hit over 1306mhz on the core
*Plays pretty much anything at 1080p from high to ultra with a decent CPU
*4 monitor support
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Cons: *Not quite as cool as I 1st though, I still hit around 80C on both my EVGA GTX760 ACX SC on stock clocks.
*Doesn't come with an SLI bridge
*Poster was kinda faded at the folds (not a big deal)
Other Thoughts: I didn't buy these cards from Newegg as my Local Bestby had them for a few bucks cheaper. I have 2 of these cards and just with 1 I was able to play mostly everything at ultra give or take with some games being BF4, just turn off MSAA and all is good.
I was able to get 1306mhz core and 1800mhz mem (7200mhz effective).
The 2nd card I wasn't that lucky, I was still able to get about 1250mhz core and 1652mhz mem (6608mhz effective)
Great cards for sure. But at this point there is better out there of course for a bit cheaper, so keep that in mind if your shopping around.
This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-78LMT-USB3 AM3+ AMD 760G + SB710 HDMI USB 3.0 Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: This in an Update from my last review 8 months ago.
*The Color scheme fits my case
*Works great With Windows 8.1
*IDE Support for older drives (I use IDE DVD drives with this system)
*4 Dimm slots is nice on a Micro ATX
*VRM heatsink (FX8150 is a bit hard on the 4+1 Phases)
*Onboard video with HDMI, DVI and VGA
*8pin CPU power
Cons: *Only Sata 2 (3GB/s)
*4+1 Phases, so don't go overclock crazy
*Gigabyte sent sata cables that are blue, why not black?
*PCI-E 1x lane should have been placed above the x16 lane.
*Bios are not UEFI, and had to set the HDD's in AHCI mode for windows 8.1
*LLC (load line calabration) Will explain this in other thoughs
*VGA, why did Gigabyte put a VGA port when they could have used a Display port and used a DVI to VGA converter
*CPU Voltage goes no lower then 1.37v
Other Thoughts: LLC anly has Auto and Disabled, Auto (on) lowers the voltage to much causing the CPU to lower its voltage to far, Disabled Over voltage the CPU to much causing more heat.
the Placement of the PCI-E x16 and x1 slots could be better as the PCI slot is really not that important anymore.
I updated this as I Bought another board and Im vary happy with it, My other board still run great.
OS: Windows 8.1 pro x64
CPU: FX8150 3.6ghz
RAM: 8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz (1866mhz OC)
GPU: HD5850 (5870 bios for better clocks and voltage)
PSU: Antec TruPower 430watt (PSU is has been used in so many systems but it keeps going)
Pros: *Looks great
*Like the front power button LED
*Doesn't feel too cheap
*Good power supply
Cons: *No cable management what so ever
*Inside isn't painted
*Not to much of a fan of the slide in Disk drive system
Other Thoughts: I got this case with a combo deal. Actually I bought 3 of that same combo deal with this case, this last case I got is partially damaged, No damage on the box any where. Its only a small corner the the paint chipped off and the case seems like its warped as the side is a pain to slide on, none of the tabs are bent that would be stopping it. I didn't return the case as this case is for my use and not for my customers.READ FULL REVIEW
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Date Joined: 01/22/10
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