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One 6 pin power connector.
Cons: No crossfire. Not too big a deal, since I'd just buy a more powerful card if I wanted.
Other Thoughts: My 4890 broke in shipping, so we replaced it with this card. Runs about 25 celsius cooler at idle - 35 or so compared to my 4890's 60. It drives my new 1080p monitor, both DotA 2 and League of Legends maxed out, at 60 FPS.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fits my parts properly.
Neat back light behind the power button. Reset button, which my old case didn't have.
Running a Radeon HD 4890.
Asrock EXTREME3 970 motherboard.
Corsair 600W Builder Series PSU.
AMD Phenom II X4 125W Black Edition CPU.
500GB standard HDD.
Standard disk drive.
Cons: Not really a con, but a quirk. My Asrock EXTREME3 970 motherboard is listed as an ATX board, but does not use the ATX holes as listed in this case. It still has holes for the board, and holds it properly, but it is a different set of holes.
Other Thoughts: Nice and sturdy. My old case was a terrible HP case, and it bent under less weight than this one currently has on it (only a pound or two).
The power connector from the back fan has two molex power connectors on it - I am not sure what these are, but they don't seem to impede use for not being plugged in.
Pros: Powers my computer properly.
Running a Radeon HD 4890 and an AMD Phenom II X4 Black Edition 125W processor, so it's a pretty power hungry computer.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Originally thought this was the problem with my computer not powering on - it wasn't.READ FULL REVIEW