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This review is from: SAPPHIRE 100364-4GL Radeon R9 270X 4GB GDDR5 Video Card
Pros: It's a great card for gaming with 4 gigs of DDR5 memory . Graphics look fantastic especially since I have 2 cards in crossfire mode so that's 8 gigs of graphic memory. I play most games on high to ultra high settings as the games which are made for it
Cons: The gaming manufactures should use better code to work with Anti-Aliasing. It works well enough but you cant turn it up or games start to have problems. The only thing to do is turn it down and keep all oth
Other Thoughts: The gaming manufactures that make the games and wright the code should do a better job to work with Anti-Aliasing as I generally have to turn it down with all other settings on high or Ultra high as some games have problems. This is a great card and I love the way my screen looks as I play games such as Star Wars or Firefall with fantastic graphicsREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Imperial Collection Comfort White Goose Down Alternative Comforter
Pros: It's not as thick as the one that we had when I was a kid but its a great product ! It's nice and soft to snuggle up with. The one we had as a kid was home made by my grandmother and these are mass produced but still has the same quality with less stuffing as grandma had geese.
Cons: none that I can think of
Other Thoughts: It's a king size and I have a Queen size bed so it has some extra to snuggle in and fits the bed great.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD3 AM3+ AMD 990FX + SB950 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Don't know what others are complaining about as this board works great for me with no problems what so ever and I love the Bio's which is real nice for Overclocking! Have had it running for 4 months now and its great with 2 AMD cards in Crossfire mode.
Cons: As for me there's no cons except that most newer boards put up to 4 x16 PCI-E slots and only 2 run at x16 and if using 3 cards they run at x16 x8 x8 and the forth runs at x4. when they make a board with 4 x16 slots they all should run at x16 Hopefully in the future they would get the hint that in order for them to make more money from us is to make the 4 slots x16 so we can use 4 graphics cards without downgrading the graphics when using 3 or more cards? Then they would sell more graphics cards to us?
Other Thoughts: Running an Liquid cooled AMD 8320 X8 Core CPU with 2 single slot XFX 7770 Ghost cards in Crossfire mode at 4GHz working great. Most people can't afford the newest cards that cost around $1500 to $3000 dollars with 8 to 12 Gigs of memory or even the $400 to $600 cards are expensive for the price so when they come down in a year or more I may upgrade cards but need the prices to come way down so I could afford them.READ FULL REVIEW