Date Joined: 03/17/10
Pros: Has a lot of the features of a much more expensive case such as nice cable management options
Cons: Sacrifices some aesthetic qualities such as painted interior but to be expected for the price.
Overall Review: Best entry level case imo.
Pros: I was a bit hesitant on using the 2100 for my gaming computer but it has eaten up anything I've thrown at it so far.
Won't bottleneck a 6870 on SC2, Skyrim, and dota 2 from my experience. Plays all of them on ultra.
Overall Review: Haven't tried its integrated graphics so no comment on that.
Pros: Works well, visually appealing, cheap.
Pros: Visually appealing, works wells, cheap. What else do you want?
Cons: no quams
Pros: Works much better than I expected! I will be recommending this to my friends.
Cons: The size is bigger than i expected but I routed it to inside of my desktop so it's an non issue
Pros: A great card for the money as long as you don't have to deal with support.
Plays skyrim, dota 2, and SCII maxed out.
Cons: The fan bearing went out after a month and working with xfx support feels like talking to a wall. Takes 3 days to get a response and you can imagine how long it would take to diagnose and start an RMA process when each response takes that long.
And you have to pay to ship your defective card to them.
Overall Review: If you're thinking of buying the card, it's probably a good choice. If my card was working perfectly or if xfx support was quicker, I would have given it 5 stars... but my experience with xfx support has left me banging my head against the wall waiting for them to message back for days at a time.
I'll probably just buy an aftermarket vga cooler just so I don't have to deal with them anymore.