Great product7/19/2016 8:39:14 PM

Pros: I crammed this into a TINY case, unbelievable! My processor stays very cool over clocked, under 25% around 25c and under 50c at 100% usage. I replaced the fan with a Noctua, did not try the one that came with it. - Intel 6950K overclocked to 4.2ghz - G.SKILL TridentZ Series 16GB Model F4-3200C16D-16GTZB - Nvidia Gigabyte 1070 - Silverstone SG13B - Coolermaster V 750w Power Supply - ASrock X99ITX/ac 2011-v3 (using 3.2 beta bios for OC) - Samsung Pro 950 - Samsung EVO 850 - CORSAIR H90 - Noctua NF-A14 140MM fan attached to rad, pull into case

Cons: - Ok this is special to my build, but the motherboard I got has a smaller mount for coolers, I had to buy the ASTEK? bracket on eby for $5, but it fit perfect, otherwise would have had to modify the bracket that came with MB.

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Overclocked to 4.2ghz in a tiny case7/19/2016 8:34:14 PM

Pros: Um, wow?? Upgraded from OC 3770k and this about halves my code compile time, oh and it plays games well too, but so did the old processor. - Intel 6950K overclocked to 4.2ghz - G.SKILL TridentZ Series 16GB Model F4-3200C16D-16GTZB - Nvidia Gigabyte 1070 - Silverstone SG13B - Coolermaster V 750w Power Supply - ASrock X99ITX/ac 2011-v3 (using 3.2 beta bios for OC) - Samsung Pro 950 - Samsung EVO 850 - CORSAIR H90 - Noctua NF-A14 140MM fan attached to rad, pull into case

Cons: Price is a little steep. Would be happy with 450 price point. Get the 6800k if you are not going to overclock and only have one video card so you can save some money.

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Very happy with this Power Supply7/19/2016 8:31:47 PM

Pros: Works perfect and the smaller profile made it fit into my tiny case and give me some breathing room. - Intel 6950K overclocked to 4.2ghz - G.SKILL TridentZ Series 16GB Model F4-3200C16D-16GTZB - Nvidia Gigabyte 1070 - Silverstone SG13B - Coolermaster V 750w Power Supply - ASrock X99ITX/ac 2011-v3 (using 3.2 beta bios for OC) - Samsung Pro 950 - Samsung EVO 850 - CORSAIR H90 - Noctua NF-A14 140MM fan attached to rad, pull into case

Cons: - They need to give a couple more cables for mini builds. I would expect this for a smaller PSU size like this and the premium price. I had to have a couple custom made. The two that were most annoying; The video cable one (very long and had two connectors spliced, which the new 1070 only needs one), and the SATA, had 4 connectors, I only have one drive and it's right one top of the PSU, not across the room.

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Amazing!7/19/2016 8:27:24 PM

Pros: I was able to get a 6950K in there and overclocked using beta bios version 3.2 which had an EZ mode profile for me to run at 4ghz and just bumped up the clock to 42 running stable and with H90 I never hit over 50C at 100% usage. Usually is under 30c under 25% load. I have the fan turned down to 25% under 40C and it is nearly silent - Intel 6950K overclocked to 4.2ghz - G.SKILL TridentZ Series 16GB Model F4-3200C16D-16GTZB - Nvidia Gigabyte 1070 - Silverstone SG13B - Coolermaster V 750w Power Supply - ASrock X99ITX/ac 2011-v3 (using 3.2 beta bios for OC) - Samsung Pro 950 - Samsung EVO 850 - CORSAIR H90 - Noctua NF-A14 140MM fan attached to rad, pull into case

Cons: One egg off for defective board, but I am very happy with board, the return process took a couple weeks and was frustrating waiting. - First one had a bad memory slot.. I wasted a day trying to troubleshoot. ASRock customer service was really helpful and just told me to send it back. - Second one I could not OC, it was crashing and unstable on 3.1 bios. ASRock support came thru again and sent me a link to 3.2 bios which had EZ mode overclock setting to 4ghz, from there was easy to just bump to 4.2 and is very stable.

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Nearly perfect7/19/2016 8:20:57 PM

Pros: - About as small as possible and still fits the most powerful hardware. I had to modify the front a bit by drilling a few holes to line up with the H90 cooler, but it was very simple. I had to mount the 850 SSD on the power supply as the rad was in the way of the other HD mount, they give you little stickers so it was easy. Can't BELIEVE I crammed all this stuff in here. I searched for days for the perfect case and this was it as I wanted small so I could hide it and/or toss it in a bag when traveling. There was a youtube video where they built a billion core xeon with this thing which is what inspired me. This is the least expensive case I have ever owned and probably my favorite. - Intel 6950K overclocked to 4.2ghz - G.SKILL TridentZ Series 16GB Model F4-3200C16D-16GTZB - Nvidia Gigabyte 1070 - Silverstone SG13B - Coolermaster V 750w Power Supply - ASrock X99ITX/ac 2011-v3 (using 3.2 beta bios for OC) - Samsung Pro 950 - Samsung EVO 850 - CORSAIR H90 - Noctua NF-A14 140MM fan attached to rad, pull into case

Cons: - I wish the holes worked with the H90 - The front USB plugs (cable) stuck out and hit the H90 rad, so I had to take them out. Don't really use them anyway.

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Very fast, reliable, kinda cool looking1/11/2016 2:39:01 PM

Pros: - Went from 14mb down to 77mb down average speed on my comcast connection. I did not realize how slow my old dlink DIR655 was. - Had a few connectivity problems and the router handled it and was able to reconnect, before I would get dropped - The configuration UI is AMAZING. I am really impressed with it. There is a security features, game speed feature, etc that walks you thru a lot of settings. Nothing was hard to configure at all and looks pretty on top of it. I was able to enable my passthru for remote desktop in a few seconds. - Every time you change a setting, it saves it in real time WITHOUT reboot and enabled it. No router I have ever had does this. - When I connected it to the network the first time after hitting the reset button, it just went right to the router page, was kinda magical how ez it was. I did not have to look up anything on how to configure or enable. - The Quality of Service feature is really nice, I can prioritize game traffic or a specific pc or so many other options. - Have not had to reboot, first router I have had that I have not had to reboot for extended period of time. - The USB drive/printer direct connect is pretty cool, don't have a use for it yet but I like how it "just works" and may use it for the household storage drive. - Everything connects to this thing much faster, remote desktop, wifi, etc. I set wifi speed to auto rather than using the 3 different networks, everything seems to like it and I have noticed the switching on my device from 5g to 2g when I went outside across the street and it was pretty fast. I get about 50% more range on wifi now which coverage the entire 3ksqft house and the entire yard (15k lot).

Cons: - I tried the WTFast for League of Legends, it did not do any speed improvement. My ping was the same as all my friends. I heard they moved the servers to central US and I'm on west coast. Asked on my friends who live right near me on same internet. I just turned it off and will not use. Not a big deal. - WTFast subscription expires after like 15 days according to the UI. Should get a free limited one at this price or if you can not sure how. I'm not using it anyway but if I wanted to, would be nice. - Really expensive for a router.

Overall Review: - The reliability and speed alone for me were worth it. - I can't believe how fast I had my entire house of devices, cameras, wired, etc running. Was about 1 hour total from start to finish because of the UI, speed of connections, and general awesomeness. The longest part was I had to read the instructions and find that I had to hit the "reset" button to configure the WAN.

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Not nearly as good as11/24/2014 12:54:21 PM

Pros: Inexpensive and does display higher than 1080p

Cons: I got the QNIX QX2710 Evolution II 27" LED Monitor (exact description) from another Seattle based online vendor, and it is MUCH better than this one. I do not know what the difference is maybe the TRUE10 SE part? Both my NVIDIA and ATI card see this monitor as "DIGITAL" in screen settings where you try to change the resolution, the other one I got they both see it as DUAL-DVI. If you drag the window between the two, the TRUE10 (this one) is terrible in comparision, it's streched, bigger, and the color is not as good, also more blurry. Spend the tax and get the other one if you can it's sooo much better.

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Low Power, Low Heat8/19/2012 6:59:19 AM

Pros: I replaced two 590's in SLI for 3 monitor surround setup. The room was very hot with very loud fan noise. Went to this single 690 hoping to solve that issue which it did, and did very well. My power consumption is a lot lower now and this thing is VERY quiet. My 1200w battery backup now can handle the load when the power flickers, before it would just turn off.

Cons: The thing studders in Diablo 3 at 5860x1080 and I have to run reduced settings. Every once in a while it gets me killed because it goes down to 1 frame a second. I did not have this problem with two 590's and I assume it's not because the card lacks power but some driver issue. The beta drivers do help but they seem to be in beta for over a month now. Driver issues are common, but at this price, should be a lot more stable, especially with such a widely played game.

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Manufacturer Response:
Hello, Two 590's in SLI will outperform a single 690 in all aspects. You may consider adding another 690 in SLI for increased performance. Regards, Matthew Hurwitz Assistant Product Manager Matth@evga.com
Nvidia surround mode enabled12/9/2011 6:51:08 AM

Pros: I upgraded my PC to play swtor. Bought 3 of those 27 inch ASUS monitors for 250ish when they were on sale. At first I tried the cheap route of just getting another 460 to go with my older 460 and run sli. WoW ran pretty good but swtor had issues. Another problem is the top card would hit close to 90c and the fan would be almost maxed. I spent a lot of time comparing cards for running 5860x1080 and the 580's with 3gb were the best performance, but I wanted to save as much money as possible. This card came in 2nd place and I liked the option to go to another 590 in the future for quad sli if needed. I was worried the ram was not going to be enough for surround but I have yet to see it go above 800mb of usage on swtor with max settings. The fan is much quieter then my 460's and it stays about 60c. I did add a PCI slot fan, NZXT fan controller and a couple ultra kaze fans which I'm sure helped. I love the EVGA precision tool. You can see the fan speeds, memory usage, temp, etc.

Cons: takes 2 8 pins. Upgraded power supply to coolermaster 1200 (recommended power on nvidia site) for doing two. I wouldn't run this card without at least a 750w psu.

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Nice Board1/27/2011 11:05:30 AM

Pros: Great board, easy plug and play. Put in a crucial 64gb ssd Sata3 drive as my boot OS for windows 7. Runs very fast with no problems. Board looks cool and very solid.

Cons: Lacks IDE, had to use SATA CDrom but that's fine, time to upgrade.

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Does not work with Win7 and Asus P5K1/5/2010 10:11:28 AM

Pros: I received the drive and installed windows 7 64 bit. After the OS was installed, everything looked great and was very fast. Low price after rebate vs intel.

Cons: I followed all the tips I could find on the OCZ forums like turning off defrag, enabling trim, etc. The freezes started happening. They were very infrequent in the first few hours, but they always required a system reboot. Then they started really frequently. I followed everything I could find on the OCZ forums but could not figure out how to fix the problem. I spent many hours on that forum and trying everything I could find. Nothing worked. The freezes bacame really frequent after ahwile to the point the system was completly unusable. Just one freeze would be enough to stop me from being able to do work that day since I RAS into this box from home. I have an intel 80gb g2 SSD at home with ZERO problems. I realize it could be other hardware, but I have never had any other problems with regular hard drives on this system.

Overall Review: I cannot recommend this drive. It was too much hassle. What really upsets me is newegg will not take a return on the item, when I push refund, newegg shows a message to contact the manufacture. Now I'm stuck with this brick.

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Hello, we are sorry that you are having difficulties. Please visit the link below and create a support ticket to get in touch with our support staff. We will be happy to assist you and will help you resolve the problems you are having. Thank you
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Amazing2/15/2007 8:12:20 PM

Pros: The case is very quiet compared to my shuttle box. It has a great magnetic latch on the front that I like. All the parts are sound proofed.

Cons: None that I can see

Overall Review: Buy it

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