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Pros: Compact, lightweight, quiet. It's like a mini tower, but I can put 2 full size nVidia Gforce 780ti's inside it and still have room for about 5 HD's, cdrom and fan controller. Google it an read some reviews. I couldn't ask for much for in a compact designed case. It's design stays very cool, air pushes in through the front, sucked out the back an top by other fans. ****Make sure you order an extra Silverstone Air Penetrator 120mm fan case. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835220049
Cons: I'm unable to control fan speed with my motherboard setup, but that can easily be remedied with a fan speed controller and very easily set it up in the lower front if you wanted to. I like how it stays super quiet until I start maxing out my gforce 780ti.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SeaSonic X Series X-850 (SS-850KM3 Active PFC F3) 850W ATX12V v2.3 / EPS 12V v2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Full Modular Active PFC Power Supply New 4th Gen CPU Certified Haswell Ready
Pros: SeaSonic is one of the most trusted power supply makers out there. I did a little research and SeaSonic makes Power Supplies for other well known power supply brand names. So why not get it from them direct? It arrived in a really nice box with a soft cloth cover. Opening the box, I felt like I was about to open a box with some diamonds in it. You'll see what I mean if you get one. You won't go wrong with this PS.
Cons: None, my PC has zero problems with power, it's a very powerful, quiet power supply.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs all almost all the newest games on ultra settings, with everything maxed out. Driver updates are very quick for new games.
******WARNING: The default fan settings ARE NOT to be trusted at all, Download "ASUS GPU TWEAK" and change your fan settings to "user define". Create a profile with the fan settings so that every 10degrees the fan speed increases 10%, it should look like steps. I keep the minimum fan speed at 40% fan speed, which is still very quiet, then stair-step up from there. At GPU 80% use, your fan should be probably 90-100%, to keep things nice an cool. Save those settings to a #, then when you start your PC up, make sure your GPU Tweak is running on manual/user. Each time you restart your PC. Make sure it's on "user define", with that stair stepping method you created for fan speed.
Cons: The fan does get a bit high when I'm playing games, I keep my case on my desk, so that dust is not too much of an issue. I haven't had hardly any problems at all. If a game crashes, it's not because the card can't handle it, it's 100% of the time a driver issue or the game needs to be patched. Now I say the fan does get loud, but if you read professional reviews, it's much quieter than the Radeon cards, which is frightening to think about.READ FULL REVIEW