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Pros: Super Fast. Inexpensive. Comes with an adapter.
Other Thoughts: two of these in RAID0 and you're in computing heaven! lolREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Jaw-dropping performance; Silent operation; Runs very VERY cool. This could very well be the best Graphics Card I have owned...
[Doesn't have the "Limit 2 per Customer" -- which is considered a pro, especially if you're planning on getting more than 2 pieces]
Cons: The EVGA backplate will not fit this model. (The cards will sag after awhile without proper support)
Must have ample space if you're going to SLI these. (i.e: I tried Triple-SLI and the top & middle cards had a very hard time getting cool air)
Other Thoughts: Coming from a 6990, the performance jump wasn't that huge. I couldn't really feel it during gaming. But I saw the enormouse gap after running some benchmarks like 3dmark11. I was really impressed.
What really made me happy though, was that: not only were the cards quiet... they also kept themselves cool. REALLY COOL. (One of the major cons of having a dual-GPU was that: not only were they noisy, but it made my room so hot, I felt like I was being baked in an oven. I've learned my lesson: no more dual-GPUs for me. But all those hellish days have ended, thanks to these cards.)
Pros: The best LGA2011 X79 board out there. Period.
Other Thoughts: Don't let the negative comments fool you. Some of them just had a bad piece is all ...And the other people who bought this board aren't even bothering to write a review or are too busy enjoying it.
If you want a motherboard that can overclock like a champ (or overclock easily), and has TONs of features... then this is the board for you. Provided you don't mind the tag price.