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Pros: I have had this CPU OC'd to 4.3 GHz for going on 2 years and running at 100% usage doing number crunching for that entire time. I do Distributive Computing and have had this system running wide open for the entire time without so much as a hiccup. The thing is feeding 2 AMD Radeon 6970's and going a mile a minute.
Cons: Not one thing great CPUREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Wife got this for me while we were in Wyoming on vacation for Father's Day. If your just a regular Joe this is the camera for you for vacations. I was in the Rockies and did a lot of long distance shots: elk, buffalo, beaver, bear, Mt. Rushmore...etc. We have some of the best pics and movies ever. She threw in a cheap tei-pod and it was needed on the longer shots. Also took shots of flowers at the distance of about 1/2 inch and they were crystal clear. During the lighting ceremony at Mt. Rushmore the Ranger gives a talk and shows a short history of the project. During the talk I had this camera on a tri-pod and focused in on the Ranger's face, from a distance of about 150 yards, that's when I noticed that as he moved the camera tracked his face and kept adjusting the focus. Hard to screw up the pics.
Cons: I did buy two 32 Gb cards and an extra battery for the camera and now I never miss a shot.
Other Thoughts: I see people say that "it's expensive" and "there are better ones out there" but for me since I'm not a "camera nut" and just want some good pics of some wildlife and the family this thing covers it all.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast and it gets out of the way. I run an I7 3770K with 2 very long 6970 GPU's. I do distributive computing with this system so it spends 24/7 under near 100% load. I had to take out the HD cage to run the GPU's and this little drive tucks right into a void and does great. It produces no heat and with 2 GPU's running at 99% load and 90C I don't need any more heat in the case.
Cons: None yet but we'll see how long it lasts.READ FULL REVIEW