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Pros: Installed card. It had a 82.6% ASIC quality raiding. Ran card through some benchmarks. Furmark to test temps and a few runs under 3d mark. Card was able to keep temps in line and throttled down correctly to keep temps in check at 70. No overclocking was done on this card but I figure I could of gotten a good overclock on it.
It uses hynix memory in the one I received.
Cons: Overall I would say I do not have any real problems with the card itself.
Now the load of stickers they include in the box could be another issue.
Other Thoughts: This card was used for a clients system that wanted a new gaming machine.
Overall very happy with what this card can do.
Pros: Card is simply amazing for what you get out of the factory overclocked that it comes with. Also since the card comes with such a heavy OC it wont have to much room to push the core unless you get lucky. I have tested for 4 days now with overclocking and testing to make it stable.
ASIC Quality: 78.9%
Core: + 60 Mhz
Default / OC: 3004Mhz / 3404Mhz
Cons: None as of yet.
Other Thoughts: Card is pushing a single 27" ACHIEVA Shimian QH2700-IPSMS pixel clocked at 100Hz. and running 1440p.
No coil whine or any other issues that I can find.
Bought it for $509 when the price dropped which is the reason I bought it.
I wanted a 290 but at the current price and the state of how poor the aftermarket releases are with none customer boards this seemed like a better choice since I could not longer wait on it.
Pros: I bought this on 9/9/2007 and it is still running strong.
Currently using to power a GIGABYTE GV-N780GHZ-3GD GeForce GTX 780 , i7-2600k overclocked to 4.0 , 2 ssd and 2 hard drives with no issues as of yet.
Cons: lol none.
Other Thoughts: If this thing dies tomorrow its still the money I have ever spent on a computer part and I will be looking at the current 1000w Thermaltake Toughpower and going with that.READ FULL REVIEW