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Pros: -Small compared to most power supplies (5.5 vs 6.3 inches in length)
-Fits my Bitfenix Phenom perfectly!!! Finding a psu that fit was hard!
-Black and flat cables, easy to route and not bad aesthetically
-Quiet fan, not top notch in looks or much else but works and I don't notice it
-Only ONE set of molex connectors! Finally someone realized no one used this connection anymore!
-80+ Gold, really efficient
Cons: -Non modular, some people may find this annoying and tough to route or hide extra cables.
-Simplistic, nothing specially or "poppy" for the eye to catch
-Motherboard 24 pin connector not flat and not entirely sleeved, end is colored
Other Thoughts: I found this PSU while looking for a perfect fit for my new Bitfenix Phenom case, which really can only house 5.5 inch long PSUs due to the restrictive cage underneath mobo, This fit and worked perfectly, and although I was initially worried about it working or being reliable because it is new in the market I was gladly pleased. Seasonic did not dissapoint on my first PSU from them, and by the way I had PSUs from Corsair and EVGA previously.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Superior Kepler GK110 architecture
-Ability to switch to double-precision for computing and graphics designing
-Amazing power, even when slightly bottlenecked by power limitations or underclocking
-Slick appeal, with lighting Geforece GTX side logo, which is modifiable through EVGA software
-Quiet and well behaved under most circunstances
-Easy overclocking with EVGA Precision X
-GPU Boost 2.0: thermals over TDP
-The signature edition comes with an EVGA shirt; gaming mouse pad; an EVGA poster; cupons for EVGA PSUs
-Free Metro: Last Light <- THIS IS A MUST HAVE FOR THIS CARD
Cons: -Meant for extremely high resolutions, where it shines
-Compared to last gen and the GTX 780, 1080p gaming may not yield the most benefit out of the card for the price point
-If your PSU has less wattage than the minimum 650W, you will have to set your Titan to abide to power limits rather than temperature, as it naturally overclocks itself above 1Ghz and consumes more power, causing some systems to randomnly shut down
-Does not come with backplate for price point, had to order one from Hong Kong due to its scarcity
Other Thoughts: This is an amazing purchase for those with the money and desire to have the absolute best single card in the market today. It may not be the MOST POWERFUL single card despite having the most powerful GPU, but its amazing architecture and design make it very appealing visually as much as it is according to the specs. Furthermore, the EVGA Superclocked Signature edition makes it even mroe sweet to own such card, as the box and extras that come are useful, awesome and truly enhance the experience. Even if you are still gaming on 1080p like me, this card is still betetr than all otehr single GPU cards out today, even the GTX 780. However, if you have a multi-monitor setup with very high resolutions running constantly, this card will be specially useful for you. And please, if you buy this card get a case with a windowed side-panel, as it's worth looking at your money's worth!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1866Mhz right out of the box, although had to set manually on BIOS because it was not supported by Maximus V Extreme without OC. Color scheme matched the mobo perfectly, and the 4 sticks I bought work like a dream! Stays cool and does not interfere with ANY setup you can get!
Cons: None aside from the fact it will be running on 1333Mhz unless you change it manually or your mobo supports it without OC.
Other Thoughts: Great so far, heat sinks are glued together very well unlike previous reviews complained, feels rock solid overall and works just like normal vengeance memory! No reason to buy others over this one!READ FULL REVIEW