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Pros: Great card that keeps up with games. Works great on my Win7 64-bit system, with latest drivers installed.
Cons: The card isn't quiet... in fact, it's louder than my power supply. Also, the Mini DisplayPort-to-DVI connector gave me some problems. After a few weeks it conked out, so now I'm back down to two displays (one off the DVI, one of the HDMI) until I purchase a replacement.
Other Thoughts: I hope they bring it back... eventually I want to purchase a second one and hook up via Crossfire. But for now, even the one keeps up. Note that I'm not overclocking.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ZALMAN CNPS9900MAX-B 135mm Long life bearing CPU Cooler Blue LED
Pros: Fits the LGA2011 socket snugly. Quiet. And the blue color is close enough to the other blue lights in my case.
Other Thoughts: What can I say. It took me a while to find a fan that would fit the LGA2011, but this one did.READ FULL REVIEW
Other Thoughts: I love this case! This was the first positive experience I've had putting together a system. I am a complete klutz when it comes to putting systems together, and I'm usually fighting cables and <font>d</font>ropping screws. Not so with this case - there is so much room in there that it was actually comfortable to work. Putting in the hard drive and the DVD drives was so easy <font>-</font>- the hard dive goes in sideways, which makes connecting it a breeze. The manual was suprisingly good. And the 380W seems to be enough for average use <font>-</font>- I have two DVD drives, a hard drive, a Radeon 9800, and a 3.0GHz Intel. The shiny black is really attractive, too.READ FULL REVIEW