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Pros: Great performance, you know what you're going to get when you buy it - stock GTX 670 performance. I run everything on high and ultra settings with no issues on a new i5 rig. I got it for under $300 after rebate, so I can't argue with the value. Lifetime warranty though you must register within 30 days.
Cons: Runs hot. I think I saw mine go over 80C, though I've had zero issues with crashes or artifacts. Fan is quiet at idle but whines under load. Poor cooler design in my opinion. Don't even think about overclocking with the stock cooler. And without the stock cooler, I've heard your warranty is invalid.
Other Thoughts: If you can get this one on sale, it's a good value. If it's within $20 of a 670 with a better cooler, I'd lean towards the more expensive one.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks cool. Works well. Pleasing touch and bounce to the keys. Adjustable lighting is nice.
Cons: Paint rubs off the keys after a year or so. There's about 8 keys where the paint is noticeably rubbing away. No USB ports. 1 year warranty.
Other Thoughts: Overall I like it but the fact the paint rubs off is a little annoying, so minus one egg.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've had this for just over a month. It's VERY fast. Windows boots up, logs in, and finishes loading programs in 15 seconds total. BF3 maps, even with my old processor, load up in 20 seconds.
Cons: None so far. SSDs are expensive and I got a killer deal on this one on Newegg so I can't complain about the price too much. I do think SSDs aren't "quite there" in the reliability department yet but I've had no indication of trouble so far.
Other Thoughts: I'm happy with it. Can't complain.READ FULL REVIEW