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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 FTW HydroCopper GAMING, 08G-P4-6299-KR, 8GB GDDR5X, LED, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC)
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: I wish I had this option with my first WC setup. Having the built in heat block saved me both time and money. I cant say if this is the most effective block out there, but my current setup didnt see temps over 37 degrees even through some pretty intense games. Aesthetically, the logo lights up and the backplate combines to give a very clean look. Just one of these on board can run any of my games at 4k (1 monitor) like its a video game from 1992. I had an extra monitor running at 1440 on the side as well for the desktop. I figure that you could look at the reviews of the non-WC version for more of the actual GPU performance from people with more experience in intense graphics applications.

Maybe having a full card block with backplate is just new for me (my last setup was a simple copper block on the GPU and ram), but this setup just made this a much more sturdy card to get into the case. It's like having a ton of armor on the card going in- I damaged the first card I tried to water cool years ago so this was a very big plus for me and saved me some heart burn. Save yourself the headache.

Cons: Its heavy and obviously big. This takes two 8 pin power cords but overall this new GPU design makes it more power efficient than the 9 series (lowers the cost of the GPU too). If you are reading this then I imagine you have at least a 1200 W PSU planned anyway so thats not much of an issue, but you'll need space if you want to hook up multiple cards, especially with the WC in the background. Im already dreading the process of cramming two more cards below this one.

Other Thoughts: I swear by EVGA. I had to get ahold of customer service about a decade ago on a card issue and they were helpful. All my video cards since then have been EVGA and have been solid performers. You pay a little more but I really think you get better quality. I might go with them for my next motherboard too.

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85W 4.6A B Tip Power Adapter Charger For Apple Mac MacBook Pro 13
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  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: Cheap. Reasonably resembles OEM Apple.

Cons: Broke in less than a year of use; the original apple cord was the original from 2008 and lasted to 2015. I guess I got what I paid for.

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Logitech G400 Black 8 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 3600 dpi Gaming Mouse
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  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: Its fast and I like the ergonomics as well as adjustment on mouse sensitivity. This is replacing an older, similar model logitech mouse that just stopped working. The left mouse button seems to be "catching something" at times with uneven movement. It works fine though. The one it is replacing was so good, I ignored the durability aspect and got this one (which is likely the same model with some simply alterations).

Cons: Maybe durability, but hey whats $50 every 2-3 years for a good mouse.

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Display Name: Anonymous

Date Joined: 05/20/10

  • Reviews: 20
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  • First Review: 05/28/10
  • Last Review: 12/11/16
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