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Pros: Price to Watt ratio. I am only running a single video card and multiple SSDs, 1 DVD-burner and of course the motherboard with a 3770K i7 and 32GB RAM. PSU handles this load easily.
Cons: If you have 2 or more high end video cards you should probably get a better higher watt PSU.
All Active PFC power supplies like this one, should have sine wave compatible backups. If you have a cheaper battery back-ups it may fail to keep PSU and thus computer working during a power outage. I have a Cyber Power CP1000PFCLCD and I haven't had any issues with it so far.
Other Thoughts: PSU companies like Rosewill, Seasonic, Thermaltake, Corsair, etc. should do a better job of recommending proper Backup units that work with their Power Supplies. It would be nice if APC, Cyperpower, Tripp-lite, etc. Teamed up with or made their own branded PSUs for computers to help reduce incompatible combos.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Card installed with out any problems in my dual boot Win 7 pro, Win 8 Pro, i7 machine. I used NVDIA.com's newest whql drivers.
Cons: Promo code for 2 free games didn't work for me. I have tried with several different browsers and different computers and the code does not work on Ubisoft site.
Other Thoughts: Nvidia needs to go back to using blue-ray or DVD discs for the free games they use to promote their new hardware. Or at least find a new software distributer.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: NVIDIA GIFT Holiday Bundle
Cons: Promo Code that I received doesn't work on UBISOFT's site. This is the third promo code that I have tried on their site that has not worked. All products were from newegg.com
Other Thoughts: If you purchase a new video card to play a game that It is the main reason for buying the card you expect to be able to download the game. Please go back to the days of including Blueray or DVD discs of the games instead of stupid downloads that don't work.READ FULL REVIEW