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Pros: I tested this on Guild Wars 2 and Battlefield 3 at max settings. Guild Wars 2 has consistent 100-140 fps and Battlefield 3 runs from 90-120 fps in combat. No lag at all. Well worth getting two of these for SLI. Great Price.This card outperforms a stock 680. It handles any current game at the highest settings without even breaking a sweat. It runs cool, you cant hear the fans even under load. My case has high airflow so exhausting into the case isnt a problem, but might be in a poor flow case. But running cool, this is even debatable if thats worth being concerned. My preliminary fiddling with the card has resulted in some success of overclocking further, but I have read reviews of substantial overclocking with the right settings. I can confirm this card is the best of the best.
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Pros: There is literally nothing to dislike about this card. It runs cool, it sips power, and it does both with extremely impressive results.There is nothing to dislike.OC like a monster.The card itself is overclocked right out of the box already. In this particular case, MSI was pretty aggressive off the bat. The GTX 670 PE has a base clock of 1019 MHz (GTX 680's base is 1006) with a max boost of 1079 (the GTX 680 features upwards of 1056 officially). This is a meaningful jump from the base clocks featured on a reference GTX 670.I can play any game i have 60+ fps my friend and i did tests against each other cards he owns 7970 results were a solid and relatively consistent 10-15% faster than the 7970.
Cons: None price maybe a bit high.
Other Thoughts: I think MSI is not to blame here NVIDIA previously did not allow or support over-volting the GPU and its components with its GTX 600 series of cards. With the PE and the latest version of the MSI Afterburner 2.3 software, users can, in fact, increase the voltage on the GTX 670. This should allow for some higher overclocking of what was previously still a pretty good part. With the non-voltage way of overclocking still working well for many users, this extra feature should give some nice numbers for those really wishing to push their card.READ FULL REVIEW