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Pros: Genuinely happy with this purchase !
Great bang for your buck.
Changing over from an EVGA GTX 280 to this MSI GTX 660Ti 3GB has been an eye opener. Runs practically every game on high (1920*1200) without breaking a sweat.
Fantastic cooler. Really good temperatures and near silent (idle or load). What more could you ask for?
Tweak this card and scare a couple GTX670's? Hell's yes!
Cons: 2GB vs 3Gb is debatable but venture into 2500*1600 territory and things should become clearer.
Wish I had the cash to SLI :-(
Pros: Probably the best investment you can buy for a PC.
Shaves eons off your boot up time.
Fast even on a SATA 2 connection, just wish I had a SATA 3 connector, then my PC would be capable of time travel.
Cons: None !READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good 'first time' all-in-one water cooling set up.
Quite operation once optimized through your motherboards BIOS.
Takes the strain off the back of your motherboard and constrains it to your chassis.
Cons: Barely any better performance than my 'old' Thermalright TRUE Black heatsink cooler (4°C at best whilst stress testing).
Was expecting more if I'm honest. Though with a 4 year old Intel i7 920 that does traditionally run hot, maybe bigger gains can be seen with the newer generation of Intel chips.
Slight regret at buying it at $55 let alone $90+.
Thermaltake should integrate the same software used in the Extreme model into the Pro for easy RPM management without the need of entering your BIOS.
Other Thoughts: Processor : Intel i7 920 (C0/C1 Stepping) @ 3.6Ghz.
Motherboard : Biostar X58 TPOWER
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