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Pros: Good value for the price. Installing 2 of these cards and activating the Crossfire X feature in the ATI Catalyst software gives you an inexpensive Crossfire solution via software. Smooth transitions and no more hangs while video editing.
Cons: Haven't found any yet.
Other Thoughts: There are other drivers such as HDMI audio drivers for your previous video card lurking about that need to be found which may not get removed when uninstalling your old video driver package.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: None that I can see after 3 Zotac video cards failing in a row with less than 7 days running time on each. Reprehensible quality control and customer service.
Cons: After causing several video related BSOD's it finally crashed the system and which had to a restored from a point previous to the installation of their drivers because their drivers would not uninstall. .
Other Thoughts: requested an RMA 4 days ago and Zotac has responded by not responding to my RMA request and blowing ands by refusing me access to my Zotac Account dashboard. BTW, these card are manufactured by PC Partner (Dongguan) Limited (PRC) for the PC Partner Group Limited (Hong Kong) who. according to a web page that I read, was highly instrumental in setting up and financing Zotac USA and Europe.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is the second ZT-60203-10:: received from the RMA Department at Zotac to replace the ZT-60405-10L which went south after a week.
Cons: None of these Zotac video cards have lasted more than a week before dying. This current one arrived smelling toasted as did the previous one. A week after installing it and using the Zotac provided drivers, it slowed way down and started throwing video card traceable BSOD's just like the previous one.
Other Thoughts: Zotac's RMA process being run by Brian S. is absolute GIGO! You send in a bad card and he sends you another bad card hoping that eventually you'll get mad and go away.READ FULL REVIEW