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Pros: Replaced a factory oc'd 6970 and the difference is amazing. Runs cool and pushes 2560x1600 FC3, Skyrim and others without any issue.
Best video card I've ever bought. Super high quality construction as well, the feel of the metal and PCB is excellent.
Other Thoughts: Unfortunately my current system uses a Sandy Bridge cpu, so I am unable to take advantage of PCI-e 3.0 speeds. Even so, with my OC'd i7 2600k this card makes me a happy gamer.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This thing is great. I went from a X2 555 that i'd OC'd to 3.7GHz to this and the difference 2 cores make is immense. It also does not run significantly hotter, the aftermarket heatsink I use (a Scythe that i can't remember the exact model for) is so large that even without a fan directly attached to the heatsink itself temps stay around 49-52 degrees Celsius under full load.
Other Thoughts: If you have an aging AM3 (non plus) mobo and want to breathe some life into it until you feel like dropping the money on a new system then this is an excellent CPU to use!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Well. Its RAM. It RAMs very well.
Cons: It doesn't do things that RAM doesn't do.
Other Thoughts: I bought this kit for my Lenovo X120e and despite there being a bit more heat emitted from the bottom installation was effortless and i have been using it as a mobile php dev box for awhile now without issue.READ FULL REVIEW