Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: Speedy littler devil, quite, well, VERY quite under normal load, the cooling system is very effective and it never crushes under very heavy and extended use, back plate (well it's a given "given" the weight of this monster, accessible bios boost button "not a switch" that lights up bright red when in use, bright white 10 activity led bulbs on the PCB (5 for each GPU), now the Devil 13 logo is glowing red, scary...All in all the best and strongest card from AMD, like all the devil 13 series the shroud is made from aluminum and not plastic. Free fancy Razer laser wireless mouse.
Cons: None really but again...let's be picky like a lot of us who always demand perfection:
4 eight pin power connectors (could be good for overclocking or stability I guess), I have Corsair AX1200 and it's handling everything fine,
takes up 3 PCI slots (that's the only card I have in that section anyway), very heavy, I suggest you never move the case around with it) and please DO use the support that comes with it, your motherboard will thank you, I'm using 2 supports for extra stability, I had one lying around from the first Devil 13 I bought around 5 years ago for a grand, but sold it for 1500 when the bit coin thing was hot. could be a bit noisy when gaming, I came from a total silent Geforce GTX 690 dual GPU water cooled, but I might get the water block for it when it becomes available.
Other Thoughts: I got around 140fps on BF4, around 150fps on Hitman absolution, around 260fps on Diablo 3 and 120fps on Sleeping Dogs all on high settings. AMD is selling this beast for half the price of the Titan X making it the best bang for the buck at the time of this review, if you have a large case and good 1200 W plus PSU you will be fine, just plug and go.
Again, Thank you New egg for not jacking up the price like the big river did and thank you again for the super fast shipping as always...
Pros: I was waiting for the SSD drives prices to drop and for the capacity to go over 4TB for a long time now but that never happened so I got this 5 TB as a secondary drive to fill it up with all the games I have and use my 250 GB SSD for Windows 10 only. Installing it in windows 10 as a secondary drive was a little tricky, I had to format it first for it to show up in the system, but after that everything was smooth, It is as fast as an SSD when booting games, well, may be a little slower but I didn't care since all I'm concerned about is the size, also, it is as quite as it gets, no loud platters spinning or anything of the sort.
Cons: None, well ...humans are greedy by nature so I want the prices of these drives to drop a little bit more so I can get 2 or 3 more...Please WD send me more with Santa this X-mas!
Other Thoughts: Just get it if you need a lot of storage, a 5 TB SSD cost 5 G's as the time of this review. and I find 5 TB to be the sweet choice for the price.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Nikon D7100 Digital SLR Camera Body
Pros: light weight and very portable, magnesium alloy body "mostly", full of useful features, nice LCD screen, long lasting rechargeable battery, 24 MP is ultra high for now, 2 SD card slots, good movie capabilities with a nice mic, weather sealing...
Cons: No 1080P at 60 FPS, Only at 30 FPS, not as heavy as I thought it would be "upgrading from D200 and D2x" I think they are saving on cost now, I missed that heft and feel of the D200, on the bright side it's a lot lighter which makes it very portable, very good with all DX lenses and old manual focus lenses as well.
Other Thoughts: I have a Canon 6D full frame sensor, I honestly see no difference in quality so far beside the noise reduction at dark, other than that this is as good as gets for few years to come.READ FULL REVIEW