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Pros: They made money.
Cons: I have had nothing but problems on these cards. Not only that, as most of you know, these cards aren't what they are advertising. There's a class-action suit, look it up if you haven't heard. GTX 970's are scams, including this one.
Get something else. Seriously, anything else will be better than this.
This card is not DX12 ready and does not have the Video Memory they claim.
Pros: Super inexpensive.
Runs like a champ.
My OS boots from POST to log-in in around ~9 seconds. Not the most amazing thing ever, but for the cost, this thing is pretty good.
Cons: No cons here.
Other Thoughts: Make sure your mobo supports M.2 SATA III. Mine didn't, I had to get an adapter. My mobo would NOT recognize this drive at ALL plugged into the M.2 slot. It's an Asus Z97-A. From what I've been able to gather online, any Z97 chipset board from any brand has very similar problems.
Not a con, definitely not this SSD's fault. Just a buyer beware for you. Again, great purchase.
Pros: Wow I love this monitor. Crisp, quite glare-resistant, cool little joystick control for maneuvering the menu. All-in-all, very good investment. For $200 it was a no-brainer. Just wish a single GTX970 would support 3 of these. Something to look forward to down the road.
Other Thoughts: It is quite adjustable angle-wise. Refreshing after my last (albeit, good) monitor had zero adjustability.READ FULL REVIEW