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Pros: I'm very satisfied with this card. Mine is overclocked to 1496 core, 3758 memory, +30mV, 125% power limit. I have 74% ASIC.
Other Thoughts: My card is watercooled - temps are 52 C at load.
I RMA'd the first card I had because of crashes to desktop while using Chrome. This has since been fixed with a driver update.
Pros: -Quiet - the published specs make this one of the quietest, if not the quietest 1200W PSU's on the market. Even at full load, I cannot hear the fan running over my other components.
- Platinum efficiency.
- Cost. For the features and wattage, this PSU was a good value at $200.
- Supple, flexible cables which were easy to route.
- 10 year warranty
Other Thoughts: I bought this when I upgraded to SLI EVGA 780Ti classifieds. I had an 850W unit that was sufficient until I overclocked the cards. Pushing the cards to 1.3V would trigger surge warnings and PC shutdowns during benchmarking applications. I decided that since I only buy a new PSU every five years or so, I would buy a high quality, high efficiency unit. I'm very satisfied with this PSU from EVGA.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Obsidian 750D Black Aluminum / Steel ATX Full Tower Computer Case
Pros: Classy, clean looks, good cable management, lots of radiator mounting positions, good build quality.
Cons: -Poor airflow. Leaving the front panel on increases my coolant temperature 10 degrees C. The brushed aluminum panel looks great, but it is very restrictive.
-5.25" drive bays are riveted in. I would like them to be removable.
-Case sides are secured with thumb screws. My previous 750D had latches.
Other Thoughts: Honestly, I buy Corsair cases because I like their looks. I think for my next case I will shop around for one that looks good, but is a top performer also. If this case had a better vented front panel, it would be an all-star in my opinion,READ FULL REVIEW