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Pros: As the title says it is quiet and moves enough air! Don't know what else you'd want from the thing except to know the longevity but I haven't had it long enough to comment.
Cons: None so far!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: So I put koolance water blocks on the pair of these I bought from Newegg. That solved any heat or noise issue. Now I'm getting unbelievable performance from these along with my I5-2500k and 2133 ripjaws on a 4960x1600 eyefinity setup.
Powercolor seems to be great, these are well built with high quality components as you'd expect for the price.
Other Thoughts: Silent, cool and monstrously powerful once watercooled!
(Video review w dba and power use data to follow once system fully finished)
Pros: Decent 5770.
Cons: Sapphire just contacted me demanding I supply copies of my invoices or packing slips for each of my seven Sapphire cards (2 6950s, 4 5770s and 1 5450) as well as pull each card from my systems and photograph them front and back. Oh and I have to do all this in a email that is smaller than 1 MB...yeah good luck shrinking 14 photos and seven invoices to under 1 MB and still be readable.
Oh and runs too hot in tri and quad crossfire at stock speed.
Other Thoughts: Other than being treated like a criminal (by Sapphire) after spending over $1200 on their products here at Newegg in the last year, this 5770 is a decent card but make sure you have a side fan if you are going to tro or quad crossfire.READ FULL REVIEW