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Perfect fit for case.
Cons: Didn't install itself...?
Other Thoughts: Upgraded from a long in the tooth GTX 560Ti. I am now playing Battlefield 4 (when it doesn't crash to desktop) at ULTRA settings. Simply amazing!
Very quiet design too. This card is able to run Nvidia's "Shadowplay" recording with zero hiccups and its an awesome plus for FPS games. Being able to later review what you did well...and what you did in a noobish way...way cool!
Very pleased with the card. Not bleeding edge but its what the budget permitted. Thanks NewEgg!
Pros: Simple and effective.
Works with Windos 7 64-bit.
Everything you need in the box.
Cons: Doesn't install itself...?
Other Thoughts: What can be said? It does what its designed to do. Yeah, I know its the 21st century and a parallel port should have gone the way of the do-do bird...but one simply does not get rid of an HP 720C ink jet printer that works and works WELL. Got a new box for the Mrs and the onboard motherboard had no parallel port. Not an option... So, looked at sub-to-parallel port cables but some peeps said that wasn't a good choice. Add-in card it is then.
This card fits the bill. Can' go wrong.
Pros: Price-to-performance (bout it on sale at $499)
Components (cannot price out components and build a DIY rig)
Plenty of expansion slots.
Cons: Low-end PSU (280W) - not enough power to upgrade to a higher tier video card.
Other Thoughts: Fan noise is excellent - very quiet.
LED under case is kind of cool. Not too bright so that it becomes a distraction.
Definitely a great 'home PC' with some upgradeability. Remember that the onboard video is 'prosumer', don't expect high-end gaming performance.
Would definitely recommend this box
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