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Pros: The small form factor makes for an easy install in a case crowded with wires. I have a mid tower case, so I was concerned with the amount of room.
It's temps are good, the fan isn't limited to 80% or something, and its not any louder than my other second card by EVGA.
All in all, it performs as it should: like a GTX 670, as long as you don't like to overclock.
Cons: This version is limited by its power output. To achieve the overclock I had set on both cards, I had to up the power limit on this one. on full load I noticed my EVGA card sits around 95-110% power output, but this card hits its limit at 115-125% power output, causing the clock to drop down occasionally.
In other words, there is not very much OC headroom on this card due to its power limitation, which I assume is from the small form factor.
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - CPU Cooler with 120 mm PWM Fan
Pros: Its amazingly priced, its built well, and does it ever work! Best bang for your buck by far.
Keeps my 4770k (AMAZING CPU!) under 50c full load. idles at 25c.
Doesn't even break a sweat.
Other Thoughts: I have it set up with dual fans, both pwm controlled. push > pull configuration. Well vented case. Works great.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: For the price, this mouse delivers, I'm happy with the feel the accuracy, and the amount and placement of buttons.
The RBG lights are cool, and the Weight changeability is not a feature that I expected at this price range.
Additionally, the price is a good match to the quality of this product, you get what you pay for, nothing less.
Cons: The ONLY con I can think of, is that it stores an uneven amount of DPI presets (5), this makes it impossible to make it behave like a precision aim mode, because there has to be a repeat in the loop, Example: 2600 > 1300 > 2600 > 1300 > 2600, Two 2600's in a row.
Other Thoughts: Nothing else to say, Good price Good product, simple as that.READ FULL REVIEW