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Lots of VRAM
Other Thoughts: I originally was aiming for the GTX 770; however, for budget reason I chose this GTX 760. I have no regrets!
This card rocks! It has chewed up and spit out everything I have thrown at it. Even Crysis 3 on very high settings runs in the 50-60FPS range. Rock solid performance in all my main games (Mass Effects, Skyrim, several first person shooters).
Other Thoughts: These Blue drives are nothing more than expensive paper weights in my book. The first one I ordered made terrible grinding noises and would connect intermittently so I RMA'ed it. The second one would stay connected but failed WD's own Data Lifeguard tests over and over again so I RMA'ed that one as well. The third one passed the tests and even worked for about two hours. I had Windows 8 installed and was moving over some of my data from a backup when it failed. Now the BIOS nor Windows will recognize it. It will not load period after an hour of troubleshooting. Do NOT buy this drive! Nothing but headaches for the last month dealing with three of them.
WD used to be a top brand and what is ironic is I'm currently running on a 250GB WD Caviar that is about 6-7 years old! WD is not what it used to be.
I've finally given up and have RMA'ed the third drive for a refund this time. I will be going with a different brand.
This review is from: GIGABYTE M6900 Metal Black 7 Tilt Wheel USB Wired Optical 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: Switchable DPI
Very comfortable for hand grippers
Work on nearly any surface (no not glass...)
Good deal for its price
Other Thoughts: I purchased this mouse because it look similar to my old Gigabyte ECO wireless mouse. When it arrived I was happy to find that it's identical in nearly every way besides the wire sticking out of the front. Once you've gone wireless on your mouse it's hard to go back.
All in all, this is a solid mouse so far. I love my ECO but had some issues with connection and lag on it which is pretty much all the reviews on Newegg say about it as well. This mouse is the same in every way except it's wired and has a higher DPI.
Once you've also gone with a switchable DPI mouse, it's impossible to go back. Being able to switch to a higher or lower DPI setting on the fly is extremely useful when you use a lot of different programs which I do. I've used this mouse for everything from photo editing to gaming and it handles it all very well.