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Pros: Cheap, looks good.
Cons: Arrived severely damaged. Looks like someone kung-fu kicked the side panel. Is concaved enough that I could probably eat my cereal out of, and the clear panel is cracked in two. Have ordered cheap cases from newegg in the past with no issues. Buyer beware! I'll update this review after RMA process is complete, assuming the replacement arrives intact and I can actually complete the build.READ FULL REVIEW
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