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Pros: Can read CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray. The drive is OEM so it doesn't come with any cables (literally received the drive in bubble wrap) but it does say OEM in the description. The drive was plug-and-play when I installed it.
Cons: None as of right now.
Other Thoughts: Does NOT come with software so buy it if you already have software installed to read blu-rays or if you intend to buy a program/rip the blu-ray. Windows Media Player will not read blu-rays. Also, look up the "Analog Sunset Clause" to avoid potential disappointment.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This PSU runs great on my build, even after 8 months. The installation was a breeze and the cables are an appropriate length for my medium-sized case. The fan runs really quiet so it doesn't make a sound. Also, some of the connectors can be split so that it can properly fit onto various ports (e.g. the PCI-e cables and ATX cable)
Cons: The cables... but I knew from the start it wasn't modular. If you don't mind stuffing them somewhere inside the case then by all means get it.
Other Thoughts: My build isn't a high performance kit so I don't know how the PSU runs under higher stress.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Owned this card for about 8 months now and I have no complaints. It's practically quiet, then again i don't overclock it. The software included is very useful and easy to use. Performance is stable and can run max settings on all the games I've tried.
Cons: None that I can think of...
Other Thoughts: -When using the included software, the driver crashes when I set the settings to max (GPU Boost Clock/Memory Clock). Probably just my card but again I don't put it under high stress.
-The card runs at 40 Celsius on idle and about 65 Celsius when running Metro Last Light (Max settings)
-The card is a bit flimsy on one side so be careful when connecting/removing the PCI-e cable