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This review is from: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 960 2GB WINDFORCE 2X OC EDITION
Pros: Well built quiet operation and trouble free performance. This is the best of the GeForce GTX 960 video cards for the price if you get a good deal on it. There's really no need to manually over clock it because it ramps up pretty high automatically. I've been seeing that it jumps to well over 1300 MHz during game play and the graphics in games look awesome. Also the fan design keeps it nice and cool and they're pretty and quiet and only run when over 60 degrees Celsius.
Other Thoughts: I use mine with a seasonic 430 watt psu and it's a good combination. Also the OC Guru II program is updated on gigabyte's website and supports Windows 10. I've been playing tomb raider 2013 with mine and I've been very happy with how smooth game play is with it. I've also read that this video card is built on the same pcb as the G1 Gamer edition so it has 6+2 phase power.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Well constructed and built to last. These PNY video cards are pretty nice. They are built to last and look good.
Cons: This particular GTX 960 requires a good 500 watt PSU with 42 amps unlike the other manufacturers GTX 960 video cards that only need 400 watts. Probably because it does ramp up to a high clock speed.
Other Thoughts: This review is a follow up to one that I went nuts on PNY in because I thought I had a bad video card but it was something else.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It has very good color reproduction, it looks great, and it's just the right size for most people without being too big or too small. Works great playing games. No lag that I've noticed. Lots of connections and free included display port cable.
Cons: Not totally perfect but it has very nice build quality.
Other Thoughts: I caught it on sale. I didn't buy it from Newegg but wanted to review it here since I do buy things here and also check feedback from other buyers on this site when I'm thinking about buying PC related things. I think this monitor will not disappoint. I'm using the DVI connection for now but want a better video card with display port output to take advantage of the better connection eventually.READ FULL REVIEW