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Pros: Quiet, not as large as GTX 260. Supposedly fast.
Cons: This card adjusts clock speeds up and down erratically (one moment it's 2000, the next it drops to 324... then back to 2000 again). None of the utilities have worked so far. Settings in EVGA Precision do not control the drop in clock speed. My old GTX 260 did not exhibit this sort of behavior.
For the record, I am running Windows XP with 260.99 ForceWare drivers. These drivers do not support the "power management mode" setting that is supposed to fix this problem (it is available under Vista and Windows 7, but not XP).
So, yeah. I can't give high marks to a product that behaves that way with no workarounds available. I shouldn't have to upgrade my OS to make a piece of hardware work properly.