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Pros: Superb workmanship, breathtaking graphics, chews through any title available.
The "Titan" cooler is whisper quiet.
Galaxy support has been a delight to interact with.
I've had no issues, but registration for their warranty was simple and was responded to personally.This company is genuinely interested in me, the customer.
Nothing but excellent from me!!
Cons: none.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fabulous GPU. Runs smooth as silk and performs very well in nvidia Surround (5760 x 1200).
Overclocks to at least 1260 MHz under gaming load using MSI Afterburner 2.2.1 (power +122, Core +125 MHz).
Cooling is pretty good, 80C under full load at 55% fan using the card's auto fan controls.
The fans are NOT silent, but don't sound like a blow dryer either.
Contains all the new software advantages of the GTX 680.
This is a great buy and AVAILABLE compared to the non-existant GTX 680.
Cons: It's not a GTX 680.READ FULL REVIEW
Windows 7 compatible.
Breeze to set up.
This card IS WINDOWS 7 COMPATIBLE, contrary to the other review. In fact it says so right on the Creative Website, on the SoundBlaster Titanium homepage.
Complete breeze to set up. Plug in, load drivers, use.
My motherboard's SP/DIF output is broken and the only choice on my A/V Receiver left is optical. I found this while searching for a discrete sound card. Since this is a back-up computer, the price is right.
I have used several X-Fi products and the quality is always good.
Essentially disabled on-board sound in BIOS, installed card, installed downloaded drivers......used the beta 2.17.0008C, and also loaded in the DTS,Dolby and Alchemy add-ins from the download list as well.
Bingo.....done.....sound (after selecting" SPDIF Creative out" in the W7 control panel as default).
Other Thoughts: The card was as described and looked brand new when it arrived.
It is perfect for what I needed and the price is unbeatable. Don't fret over the refurbished branding.....it's warrantied and returnable.
Display Name: R P.
Date Joined: 09/07/04
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