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Pros: Newer code for a preexisting chip, ok as long as it works
Got some free games
PCIe 3.0 - at some point in the future
Not going to worry about running anything now
Everything looks nicer
Cons: Uses a lot of watts(200). With great power comes great power bills
it's quite a bit of money for me, so I have to sell other things
Other Thoughts: I hope this card lasts me 5 years.
Cheaper than an Xbone or PS4
This review is from: MSI 760GMA-P34(FX) AM3+ AMD 760G SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: The original board only had a bad NIC. Everything else was fine.
Cons: After sending 2 boards back and spending much more money than I would have thought, I've decided MSI isn't going to send me one that works properly so I am resigned to just call this a total loss.
A real 180 with the "so called" great warranty service. If you don't get one that works right initially, it's your loss.
Other Thoughts: I really liked the original one I purchased minus the bad NIC. It's just when my water pump started to fail I thought I would have the board replaced for the bad NIC that I got it with. Big mistake. I'll never buy from MSI again. It's obvious no one's at the wheel where their warranty service is concerned. I had to say something or what is this feedback forum for?READ FULL REVIEW
load ability is good
atx adapter plate is nice addition
rated for 22 amps across 12v1 and 12v2, wow
Cons: Seems a bit pricey
no color or black paint on the unit
I assume it has no video card power cables because it's not intended for use as a big video card power provider
Other Thoughts: I got this elsewhere with an x-mas gift card I had (15 bucks shipped to my door = I win style) but I do think this is a good ps and would recommend using it in most ITX builds that need a little more power or just want a good power supply in a small pc.READ FULL REVIEW
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