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Pros: - Quiet
- Competitively priced
- Great performance when it works
Cons: - Stopped working after two days
Other Thoughts: This card was great for a day. It has started artifacting and crashing during BF3. Tested with Kombustor and was able to reproduce the issue. Installing older/newer drivers made no difference.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Fairly quiet (when compared to a reference GTX 680)
- Factory overclocked
- Good temperatures
- Priced similarly to other GTX 680s
Cons: - I don't like the stacked 8-pin and 6-pin connectors, but that's no fault to EVGA so I won't be removed an egg for that.
Other Thoughts: Card has no problem running games like Diablo 3 and Battlefield 3 on highest settings. The max recorded temperature after 2 hours of benchmarking and gaming was 74 C, which is great as my case is a Bitfenix Prodigy.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This little unit fits all my needs. It was the only unit with a gold efficiency rating that would fit in my Bitfenix Prodigy with room to spare. The non-modular design isn't a problem as there is plenty of room to tuck the cables in the side of the Prodigy's PSU compartment.
It's able to run my system (under load), which may be pushing it but I'll have to test it with a watt meter for sure.
i7 2600K @ 4.5 GHz
Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe
16GB DDR3 1866MHz RAM
LG Blu-ray Writer
GTX 560Ti 448 core Classified
2 x Corsair Force GT 240GB SSD in RAID 0
1 x 2TB Hitachi 7200RPM HDD
Zalman Liquid cooler
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW