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Pros: This card is awesome!
-blower style cooler which is great for cases with little airflow.
-Only $189, buy two of these and blow a GTX 770 out of the water!
I got an average of 68.1 FPS on Unigen Heaven with two of these cards in SLI config. I had the program running maxed out settings at 1440x900 (current monitor at the time) with an Intel i5 3570 at stock clock, 8gbs of Corsair Vengance ram 1600, and windows 8.
Now with these cards, I have the best build out of all of my friends. getting a solid 60 fps on my heavily modded skyrim REALLY makes 2 of these worth the investment. hope to get 2 more before they go out of stock.
Cons: generally plain design, no cool letters on the top or anything (PNY GTX 660) which look cool in a side panel.
can't think of anything else.
Other Thoughts: this card is just 10" long by the way. little cases beware!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill CHALLENGER Black Gaming ATX Mid Tower Computer Case, comes with Three Fans-1x Front Blue LED 120mm Fan, 1x Top 140mm Fan, 1x Rear 120mm Fan, option Fans-2x Side 120mm Fan
Pros: -3 fans
-bottom filter for PSU fan, great for keeping hot air out of your case
-Front LED isn't too bright
-Some space for cable management
-dual exhaust keeps my cpu cool. with the stock cooler, I get around 25-28 degrees Celsius. who said the stock cooler was bad???
Cons: The front panel wires were too short for my build. I have two graphics cards installed, so the wires aren't long enough to go around the cards, only OVER them. Just saying, having a bunch of front panel wires running over your mobo isn't the best for airflow. This is my fault though, not the cases really.
fans are slightly louder than I would like, but I only notice them with my speakers off or with my headphones off of my head.
overall, great case for a small build (single GPU) but make sure you arent putting SLI in this case like I did. if you want a multi-GPU build, just dont put up with the hassle a small case makes and buy a full tower.
Display Name: Liam H.
Date Joined: 12/01/13
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