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Pros: Worked right out of the gate. Put in the card, installed drivers, and worked like a champ. Minecraft running GLSL Shaders and SEUS 10.1 shader pack runs between 20 and 50 fps.
Cons: None worth documenting
Other Thoughts: Installed in a Dell XPS Studio 7100, AMD Phenom II X6 processor, and this card balanced my computer perfectly. Now, I'll never need to upgrade this computer again; The next upgrade I make will be building a brand new computer.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TOPOWER ZU-650W 650W ATX12V Version 2.0 / EPS12V SLI CrossFire Power Supply
Pros: Fits nicely in my Dell XPS 7100. Runs quietly even with turbo fan speed. Seriously. My graphics card is louder. I can't even hear it over my air conditioner. It's obvious the fan works much better than the stock power supply, so not only am I getting more power than the stock 460w, but I feel my computer is running slightly cooler within the case, and as a result, my computer runs slightly better.
Cons: It makes the rest of the back of my computer look bad. It almost looks as though it's asking me to polish my case or get a new one.
I'll just post another review if I find any down the road, since I just got it and installed it today. I've been playing Minecraft with Shaders ever since.
Other Thoughts: The case to the Dell XPS 7100 is rather small, and at first I wasn't even sure how to get the old power supply out. I wasn't sure this was going to fit, but it fit wonderfully given it wasn't even an inch longer. There are quite a few more cables than stock, so if you don't have a big case you'll have to route the cables intelligently to prevent it from stopping a fan. But it still fits very nice, and even in a case as small as mine.READ FULL REVIEW