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This review is from: AMD 760K Richland Quad-Core 3.8 GHz Socket FM2 100W AD760KWOHLBOX Desktop Processor
Pros: Really fast, and runs fairly cool with the stock cooler. Runs most high-end games without missing a beat. Nice processor and would highly recommend it :)
Cons: AMD has seriously got to quit putting the pins on the CPU and just do what Intel is doing and put the pins on the motherboard instead.
Other Thoughts: Paired it up with 4GB RAM and Windows 7 and it runs amazing. This is by far the fastest CPU I have ever used.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs bf3 on ultra well. Works great with OpenGL, runs cool and is pretty fast for the price
Cons: A lot of micro-stutter in 2d games, and some 3D games. This card is kinda glitchy and gives me all kinds of trouble. But then again it could likely be a different component causing the issue.
Other Thoughts: Running with an Athlon 760k, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD, and Windows 7.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks nice!
The power supply is great. I'm running a 100w CPU and a 90w GPU and stuff and it's all running good! (so far)
Plenty of case fans
Cons: Kinda hard to fit a big graphics card (it's a small case, what do you expect!)
Couldn't figure out out to pop off the front panel. Really frustrating. >.<
It's not really a very easy case to work in, couldn't do much cable-management. And there was a ton of stuff in the way..
And the side panels are bit flimsy.
In short, it's difficult to build in. I would recommend something better.