Joined on 09/17/07
Pros: - Great for a quiet build, the Twin Frozr fans won't spin unless a certain temperature is reached. I can barely hear my PC next to me. The fans at max speed are definitely audible, but they have yet to hit max speed on their own yet. - Powerful. Upgraded from a HD 7870 (about the same as a 660 ti) and the difference is enormous to say the least. 100+ fps in Overwatch 1080p on max . I do not own any Dx 12 games. - This thing is a power sipper. - Overclocking is easy. Was able to easily hit +125/+125 in afterburner. Gradually increasing that value as to see how far I can get it. Will update this review with final numbers - Excellent value for the price
Cons: - None yet. Will update this review in the future if something happens
Overall Review: @ +125/+125 in afterburner, I have yet to hit above 60c on this card. I cannot hear the fans spinning if they are (I did not check)
Pros: Not too noisy, at least for me Runs everything I throw at it on ultra+ Doesn't get too hot
Cons: Died after a little over a month :/
Overall Review: This card did exactly what I wanted it to do. Only reason why I took off an egg was because it did end up dying out of nowhere after a little over a month. Returning for a replacement, even if I could return for a full refund I still would choose to replace this card instead of getting another
Pros: Still runs great after 3 or 4 years. I love the layout of the board, I feel like MSI does a great job. Great price
Cons: I wouldn't recommend this board (if you can find it) nowadays, there are a lot better options and the AM2+/AM2 socket will really limit what CPUs and RAM you can use.
Overall Review: I've had this thing for about 3 or 4 years now. Installed it in my first system that I built from the ground up. First time I plugged everything in, it booted flawlessly. Currently using a Athlon II x2 64 6000+ CPU and about to put a x4 640 to give this board another year or so before I replace it all.