Joined on 06/23/14
Pros: This card is great in almost every way. There isn't anything I can say that someone hasn't already said.
Cons: -Price -Heavy
Overall Review: I would suggest getting a support bracket to hold this thing up in your case so that it doesn't get too much strain on the PCI slot. When I put my support in, I noticed an immediate difference. I haven't even Overclocked the card and it performs admirably during gaming. My only problem is my CPU and the bottleneck that is caused by it, but I recently bought a newer one to help alleviate some of the issue, hopefully. I also only went with this EVGA card because the GIGBYTE AORUS was out of stock when I went to make my purchase.
Pros: It has high wattage
Cons: It makes a rattle noise while the PSU idles, it doesn't make the noise while playing almost any game I have, just when surfing the web or playing a game that requires the bare minimum of hardware available to play, one particular Visual Novel takes very little to no effort to run, and it's hard to enjoy it with the rattling of the fan, my advice, look at any other highly rated PSU besides this one, I'll not be buying an OCZ product from here on out.
Truly a Testament for the future.
Pros: The card is amazing, it out-performs the previous Nvidia and AMD GPU's in every way imaginable. Every game I throw at it can be played at Max Settings, minus AA for late 2014 up to now for games, for a fluid 60fps Gameplay. I can imagine that those games will grovel at my feet when I finally decide to SLI this card.
Cons: None for now, if anything bad does happen, I will update the review.
Overall Review: Compared to the 1080, the 1070 is more cost-effective, it's almost the exact same card, but 200 bucks cheaper, so you tell me which is more worth the money.
Great for a few months
Pros: The GTX 660 3GB graphics card from Nvidia with the Gigabyte brand on it, it's a great Graphics Card for games 2012 and earlier, with a few exceptions like Alien: Isolation, I was able to max it out and get a very smooth fps, anyway the GPU is great for someone who doesn't have a whole lot of money to spend and still get a great gaming experience.
Cons: However, the GTX 660 with the Gigabyte brand on it get's really hot when playing games 5 years old and newer, don't know if anyone else had this problem, but I would keep this in mind when buying in case it happens to you. It's a great card, it just doesn't stay as cool as it should anymore after 4-5 months of everyday use.
Pros: This HDD is rather impressive, and it's 2TB so that makes it more worth while, especially for $69.95 as the price. It also took only 2 days to arrive even though the "Expedited Shipping" option said 3-5, so I am really happy about their sense of urgency to get it to me quickly.
Cons: None right now, will update if anything goes wrong though.
Happy so far
Pros: I bought this with the intention of buying a processor that I've seen many people say needs liquid cooling for gaming because the Stock Heatsink just sucks, and so far I am very happy with it, I am unsure though if the radiators tubes are supposed to be on the bottom of it or the top, everything I've seen shows them on the bottom, but it won't fit in my case the other way, this is not the manufacturers fault, this is the case manufacturers fault, anyway, I think I may know how to fix the problem, I just need to hope I have the right length of screws to make it work, but yes I love this product, it keeps my CPU much cooler than the stock one, I haven't even needed to turn my other case fans on high since I got it.
Cons: None as of now.