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Pros: This is the second review of the replacement card for our church computer.
This video card is a beast. It is able to handle anything. A major upgrade to the old NVIDIA Geforce 210 that we had. Now, we can run two LCD screens via DVI, and our projector via HDMI, and I was able to clone the projector with the second LCD screen. Very satisfied. We can also add one more monitor with the Display Port if it ever comes down to it. Our motherboard is an ASUS M4A88T-M, AMD Phenom II X6 1045T, 8 GB Corsair Memory, 2TB Seagate HDD, Thermaltake case and 700W power supply, and now the PNY NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660. This motherboard has a PCI Express 2.0 Slot, and the video card is PCI Express 3.0, but runs very well.
Cons: Absolutely None
Other Thoughts: We should have had this card a long time ago. We built the computer 2 years ago as a bundle. Computer still runs strong. This computer is not used for gaming.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: High Wattage, Quiet Operation, SLI Ready. Perfect power supply for higher end graphics cards.
Cons: There has been one time that the computer all the sudden shut down and restarted, but then wouldn't read the keyboard in the USB slot. Unsure if it is caused by the new power supply, but didn't have this issue with the old 450 watt thermaltake PSU.
Other Thoughts: I installed this PSU in my church computer for upgrading our graphics card to a Geforce GTX 660. We are currently running a Geforce 210, which only supports 2 monitors, and we need a video card that will support 3 to 4 displays for our projection needs. Hoping this PSU does the job. Will update review later on when we get the video card and do testing.READ FULL REVIEW