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Pros: 1600 - a great speed, and adequate for all but the most extreme applications.
Cons: Some RAM that I can never see because I don't have a window in my case is prettier?
Other Thoughts: I've used G.Skill for years with no regrets. It's great, fast, cheap RAM. DDR3 1600 with CAS 9 is sweet spot as far as price/performance.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good power output - 1500 is more than enough to allow me to finish, save, and shutdown in the case of a blackout. Hell, I can get to the next save point.
Attractive design - Looks good next to my computer.
Cons: None so far. I really won't have one unless the power goes out and it doesn't work.
Other Thoughts: It's more attractive and offers more bang for the buck than competitive products from other vendors. I have had an issue with jostling the plug just a bit causing the alarm to go off, but I believe that to be an issue with my outlet, not the unit. A quick tap back in and it's fine, every time.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's a GTX 670 - read the benchmarks if you don't know, but this is one of the fastest single GPU cards you can buy right now.
It exhausts hot air outside of the case.
Cons: No fancy add-ins or overclocking software, but this can be found from other places for free. You get the card and that's about it.
Other Thoughts: EVGA is my preferred graphics card vendor for nVidia, but we'll see how it withstands the test of time. Several months with zero issues so far. For the price I got it at, it was unbeatable. No regrets.READ FULL REVIEW