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Pros: Single-slot, and supports 3 DVI/HDMI outputs, works well as a drop-in replacement for a GTX 650 in all 3 mainstream OSes, no auxiliary power connector
Cons: Extremely loud! The fan slowly decreases in speed after a few minutes until it is barely audible, but at high speeds, it is extremely loud. Perhaps a firmware update or an RMA is in order?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Still a good, efficient card.
Cons: Even if your system has UEFI for fancy-schmancy Windows 8 features like Secure Boot and Ultra Fast Boot, you'll still need to have the VBIOS loaded via CSM mode in your BIOS: in other words, there is no UEFI Video BIOS on this card, so you have to load part of the BIOS layer to initialize the card (i.e. get any signal out of it).
Other Thoughts: I'm in touch with PNY's support about this issue; Nvidia says that Kepler-based chips should work fine with UEFI features; thus PNY will probably need to release a VBIOS update to enable GOP (and not VESA/BIOS) functionality. Windows 8 Secure Boot will be unavailable if you use this card.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: New, 28nm fab process, sips power, only 6" long, and can support 3 simultaneous displays, GDDR5, and well-supported by all 3 main OSes.
Cons: Takes up more than 1.5 PCI slots, so it doesn't fit in my Mini-ITX case. Bandwidth is only 128 bits, so don't expect the moon from this card. If you're not booting on the primary output, you may have difficulty.
Other Thoughts: This card doesn't support SLI...there are no headers onboard for the bridge.READ FULL REVIEW