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Pros: High Performance. Built in Liquid Cooling. $500-$2000 less than High Performance Nvidia cards that do not perform as well.
Cons: Length and weight.
Other Thoughts: I had to take one egg from this card because of the length and weight factor. If you purchase this card, you MUST do two things; 1) Ensure that you have a case that can accommodate its 12 inches of awesome (I have mine currently installed in a Corsair Obsidian Series 750D) and 2) Support the back end of the card or it will not function correctly and may eventually cause damage to your PCIe slot. Since I could not find an aftermarket support bracket, I found the cleanest and simplest solution was 10lbs. monofillament fishing line from the top of the case to the back end of the card. It provides stability and keeps the build clean. Even if you get close enough to the side panel window to see the line, it has a red glow which matches the build perfectly.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Lots of features for the price
Cons: Hard to read LED screen, Replacement toner a pain.
Other Thoughts: This worked fantastically until the initial toner cartridges ran out about 8 months after purchase. Since then this printer has been nothing but a pain. Finding working toner cartridges that are decently priced has been near impossible, software needs a major overhaul as it is not very user friendly. If you need a color laser, spend a little more to get a better product.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Sleek, sturdy and inexpensive
Cons: Needs more room, power supply noise level a little high.
Other Thoughts: I used this case to put together a system for my friend and since he won't being too much upgrading anytime soon it's actually a perfect fit for him. I took one egg for the lack of overall roomyness inside (adding optional fans kills this room even more) and the the fact that the power supply, though not overly loud, can still be heard rather easily. Bottom line, perfect for an inexpensive build that isn't going to see an extensive amount of upgrading or has little to no room requirements for higher end graphics cards and the like.READ FULL REVIEW