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Pros: more for the software, but the MSI afterburner is awesome. can crank up the graphics, save fan speed % at X*, user defined profiles, very nice suite. the card itself looks pretty cool, like headers on an engine.
Cons: i am on my 3rd one. RMA'd about a month after first assemble, then again in 6m. now the 3rd card has started to go out. im done with it, moving on to 560ti.
Other Thoughts: if your a MSI diehard, its not bad. probably better now since the price has gone down over the year time. However, be ready to talk with MSI's customer support.
This review is from: Microsoft Windows Anytime Upgrade: Windows 7 Starter to Home Premium
Pros: its windows7 unlock key, basically.
Cons: i didnt read well enough. i had to sell it to a friend (since it was opened), and buy the full version.
Other Thoughts: most of the time, the ppl that would be interested in this, has a pre-built system and wants to upgrade what it came with. DO NOT buy this if you are building from scratch and need a full OS. learn from my mistake.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Still working, still quiet. Tray has stuck only 1 time, required a physical ejection. i live in a dusty town in a dusty state (i have to air out my case every 3weeks). in my neighborhood, anything with electronics AND moving parts lasting a year+ is a good investment (ie, ps3's burn out in about 6-8 months, 360's are a joke)
Cons: none. i rarely give 5 eggs, so dont think of it as negative, just not AMAZING! afterall, its never gone out and mowed my yard for me.
Other Thoughts: i live in a dusty town in a dusty state (i have to air out my case every 3weeks). in my neighborhood, anything with electronics AND moving parts lasting a year+ is a good investment (ie, ps3's burn out in about 6-8 months, 360's are a joke)READ FULL REVIEW