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Pros: 29 deg @ idle, 50 deg @ load. Fan is replaceable. Quiet. Love this hybrid, my first. Not going back to fan cooled card. All that hot air going out the case, awesome. I'm happy.
Cons: Overclocked to 2076 mhz only. Silicon should be binned. "Sea Hawk" logo should be lit. RGB lighting is preferred. I would pay more for these requests.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 200 mgz refresh w/ G sync is glorious. I'm running GTX 980 ti in sli. Smooth and fast gaming. Perfect size for gaming. Immersive. Get one. I bought mine at Micrcenter in Madison Heights, MI. They still have 2 in stock. Hurry! $1099. I'm coming from 27 inch Acer G sync 144 hz.
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Pros: I bought my first Nvidia cards. I have no regrets. It's fast and stable. I've been a loyal ATI fan since Radeon 64 mb DDR. I didn't have a choice. I bought an Acer 27" 120 hz 3d vision ready monitor. I wanted to try 3d gaming. It's cool and it's just gonna get better. Gaming w/ this monitor and GTX 570 SLI is smooth and fast. My frame rates stays high. I have Core i 7 950 Asus x 58 P6T deluxe v. 2.
Cons: It's hot 92 C on load w/ case closed. I keep my case open. I have Coolermaster 840 ATC full tower. I have a 120 mm fan blowing on them. It stays 72 c on load. Maybe I have SLI. I will keep the 5 coz I'm that impressed w/ stability and speed.
Other Thoughts: I bought mine from Microcnter. I wanted it bad that day. MY 2 CENTS. Actually if you will upgrade ur monitor to 120hz you wiil see a big difference. Smoother animation. I think the current 60 hz monitors is the bottleneck.READ FULL REVIEW