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Pros: - All of the things
Cons: - NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Modular = best
- Never had a problem since Day 1
- Way more power than even 4 way SLi/Crossfire will ever need (with adapters)
Cons: - None
Other Thoughts: I don't care what system you think you're putting together. Let's put it this way. Here is my system's specs:
- Intel Core i7 4790K OC @ 4.8GHZ
- 16GB DDR3 2133 RAM
- 512 GB ADATA SX900 SSD (C:\ drive)
- 1TB Seagate Barracuda Hard drive (Backup)
- 2x4TB WD Black Scorpio in RAID 0 (8TB)
- Asus GTX 980 Ti 6GB GPU
- Asus Maximus 7 Hero ATX Motherboard
- Corsair H110 240mm Liquid Cooler
With stress tests and everything near maxed, I don't pull over 350w from the wall. Don't ever buy these ridiculously high wattage PSUs. You are wasting your money.
Pros: - Its the 2nd most powerful GPU I've ever owned.
- In terms of processing power, never had an issue
Cons: - My only complaint isn't related to the unit. The GTX 980 in my rig did not have enough RAM (Can you believe it?) to run max graphics GTA V at 1440p above 30 frames. 1080p runs perfectly fine between 45-60. I was asking alot for high end gaming at 2K with 4GB RAM, so I am not docking a point.READ FULL REVIEW