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Pros: Really decent frame rates at medium - high settings. Will handle ultra settings if you don't mind 20-30 fps. Works flawlessly right out of the box. EVGA is the cream of the Nvidia crop. Drivers are excellent, and Precision X is the best OC/monitor program out there.
Cons: Runs hot if you don't have excellent airflow in your case. During summer months it was hitting up to 86C. Not a big deal though, card is very well made and can take the heat. No crashes regardless of temp.
Other Thoughts: Got this card back in august for my budget gaming setup. Paid about $130 after rebates, and was worth every penny. This is a great card for the gamer on a budget, but if you want to max everything out and get 60 fps you need to go up a few levels. Will be replacing w a GTX 670 4gb soon (EVGA of course). Overall a great entry level card for someone who doesn't have $400+ to spend. This is the 4th EVGA card I have bought for various builds, and I'm a customer for life! I've had nothing but problems w ATI drivers, and ever since I got turned on to Nvidia/EVGA I'll never go back. ATI cards may be a bit cheaper/ faster, but you get what you pay for in the long run.
AMD Phenom IIX4 955 (OC'd to 4.0 ghz)
GSKILL value series 8 G (2X4G) DDR3 1333
ASUS M4A88T-V EVO Series Mobo
Seagate Barracuda 750 gig HDD (Files / Media)
WD Caviar Blue 500 gig HDD (Windows/Software)
Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit
EVGA GTX 550 ti
This review is from: cirago 320GB USB 2.0 3.5" External Hard Drive CST4320
Pros: Small, quiet, cheap.
Cons: USB + power cables are a bit short, but no big deal.
Other Thoughts: Worked flawlessly right out of the box. Yeah, it gets a bit warm but that's cuz the case is aluminum. Warm, not hot. Overall what more could you ask for for $60? My first time ordering from newegg and it certainly wont be the lastREAD FULL REVIEW