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Pros: Low power requirements, quiet, sweet design, Nvidia support, EVGA branding, and probably the best single fan 750 on the market.
Cons: Not the best at msrp. For a few bucks more you could probably get the 660 or better, OR, you could probably get the 270x, which a majority players prefer for around the same price range. Therefore, if you're looking for a super competitive in your face gpu that will make your buddies cry on Sunday, you're looking in the wrong place.
Other Thoughts: This baby can play skyrim on ultra settings with my crabby stock a6-5400k. I got this gpu to stay within the limits of my 400w psu. Needless to say, if you're looking for one of best power efficient gpu's for the price I highly recommend this product.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Case and power supply, 120mm fans all day every day, very neat inside. Slight hints of orange look nice.
Cons: A little bigger than how I imagined. The front panel feels like it might break if you try to take it off, and the wires behind the front panel feel like you might rip them off when you finally muster the courage, but that's just me. The right side panel was also a little hard to get off too.
Other Thoughts: I really like this case, the downfalls only come when you're trying to take off something, Everything inside is nice with plenty of space to actually do things, I kinda wished the inside of was orange...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works wonderfully, if you're not asking too much out of it.
Cons: Dual core
Other Thoughts: If you're looking to make a budget build I'd recommend this, but if you have a little more to spend, I suggest you get the A8 or head staight to the A10 apu's.READ FULL REVIEW