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Pros: looks good, runs quiet playing World of Tanks cuase that's a more CPU heavy game, don't overclock gpu much no need
Cons: this review is mainly about the second one because the first one I got from newegg was flawed in some way, it was stuttering at first, then it would not take new driver updates for months, went back to Windows 7 because for some reason it ran worst in Windows 10, after about 5 months I decided to go to Windows 10 again it still didn't take the driver updates either in 7 nor 10, I did a clean Windows 10 reinstall then the card took the new driver update but every time I opened Assassin's Creed or World of Tanks the computer crashed and restart, so I took it out and put my hd radeon 7850 and even though that can't run Assassin's Creed for the lack of Vram, but the computer did not crash with either game having the older amd card, so I did an RMA with ASUS and I had to pay for the shipping to ASUS, so for these issues I'm taking 2 eggs away, if I didn't like the card so much I would take away 3 eggs
Other Thoughts: I should've realized there was something very wrong with the card from the beginning and I could have tried and replaced it with an MSI which is what I thought I was buying but I made a mistake between shopping cart and wish list, but all in all the replacement card is running fine I like it a lot but I still have to give it only 3 eggs because all the hassle it gave me even though I made the initial mistake of buying the wrong brand.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BitFenix BFA-ACL-12BK6-RP Alchemy Connect LED-Strip Blue 12cm
Pros: it's bright!
Cons: it's too short for the money!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: JBL Loft 50 Three-way Floorstanding Loudspeaker (Pair)
Pros: for the size and prize at $150 it's a good buy, I have a pair of older JBL's that don't require as much power to work at it's optimum, with these new ones I have to turn the volume up higher, the sound is great though, highs, med's and lows, right a way I noticed the difference, and something else that most people don't realize, speakers are like leather shoes or boots, or even a car engines, you have to break them in, and you can't do that within a week unless you are audiophile.
Cons: minor Con: that they require at least 50 or 60 watts of output so they can work at it's optimum, while the older ones I have only require 10 to 20 watts, but that's no problem I can work around it because my receiver's max RMS is 110 Watts.READ FULL REVIEW