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Pros: Well....where do I start...in a PC case, in a small town not so long ago, lived a man who only used HDDs...no really, this thing is great. Might not be the "best of the best" when it comes to SSDs, but it is from Kingston, falls into their HyperX category, and is faster than any Hdd i have owned (of course). Difference of night and day between HDD and this small piece of awesomness (huh?)...good stuff Kingston, well done.
Cons: As most say, was not free and there were no unicorns bearing bags of fun candy flying from the package....
Other Thoughts: Marshmellows and fuzzy....oh...not those thoughts...wish I could have had enough coin to buy the 400 plus GB variety to place many games on.....(curses...unicorns taking my cash).READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Ok...I know that the R9 270 is less expensive, and can be oc at a decent rate...but lemme tell you guys that this thing is great...this is my second Gigabyte card for crossfire and it works, plain and simple. AMD needs to tweak their drivers (who doesn't) a hair but they are far improved from the early 7000 series days.
Cons: None so far....everyone cons it for being large, gotta pay attention to Gigabytes website, YouTube reviews, etc. Ordered it on a Thursday night and had to wait until Monday to get it....oh well, the price we pay.
Other Thoughts: The first Gigabyte product I have owned, always went with Asus and XFX for graphics. Not disappointed at all....was going to go with the 280x but man, the price went from 299 to 400 (seems like overnight). Will wait for the price to stabilize
before giving these things up.
Pros: Even though its not overclocked....keeps my son's 3470 cool...with two Corsair SP120s in push/pull temps on average idle at 25C and at load 42C (dependent on load).
Cons: Wish hoses would come in the non-corrugated variety.... and be rubber vs. plastic.
Other Thoughts: Good for the money spent....READ FULL REVIEW