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Pros: Easy to install lots of BIOS options and tweaking capabilities in the Stock BIOS, Looks Great, components seem very good quality. Included Wifi card is great too.
Track lighting looks sweet, and added cooling rails are great also.
Cons: None so far. Havent had any issues with this board. I would recommend it to anyone.
Other Thoughts: Runs great with 4770k I7 I put in it and 16GIG of GSKILL 1866 RAM. Tons of upgradibility if you want to go SLI or Crossfire later on. Im running a single Gigabyte Windforce 770 GTX right now and works good. Included Wifi Card works great too no issues connecting to the internet Runs all my games very well. ESO, Day Z, tested so far.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This card has improved my overall performance on all my games. It runs Oc'd very stable, have no overheating issues. I play MMO's alot and I can Play LOTRO on high to Very high settings now with almost no lag and very clear color and picture.
Cons: None yet for my Aging Dell XPS 400 this card with 3 gigs DDR2 ram and Windows XP Ive got this system maxed out. I think its time to build my first total system from the ground up. I hope new egg is ready to help me get everything i need for a new rig.
Other Thoughts: I can see why eveyone else has been impressed with the 8800 series, and this particular card. I am waiting to see if everyone likes the new 280 GTX line significantly better in performance and value. And if the price is still so high on them when i build my new system I my just run 2 of these in SLI for top performance and price value, till something better comes along. Let me know what the rest of you think. I know with the new card releases by Nvidia and ATI this summer the GPU race has heated up alot more. We shall see who wins out.READ FULL REVIEW