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Pros: For a $160 card it cannot be beat. two of these in SLI outperforms a GTX 680 in some games for over $100 less. Even supports two way SLI which the original GTX 650 ti did not. Runs most modern games at there highest settings and playable frame rates. Although you may have to turn down anti aliasing on games like metro last light and Crysis 3. Two of them here again could run those games maxed or close to. It is very quite with its two PWM fans. I think it looks sharp with its copper heat pipes coming out the side like headers from a car engine.
Cons: Not to many down sides to this card. Doesn't over clock much out of the box. Considering its already OC'ed to 1110 mhz.. Can get it up to about 1150 mhz before it starts showing artifacts. The memory will OC to 6600 mhz though which is a nice jump.
Other Thoughts: Cant wait to see what the 700 series GTX 750 Ti boost will be capable of. But if you cant wait. You wont go wrong here on a budget. May want to wait and see what AMD and Nvidia is going to offer later this year for budget cards.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Keeps a 3570k clocked to 4.5 ghz under 60c at full load. The pulse width modulation (PWM) fan is very quite never exceeding 2000 RPM. No worries about touching the RAM like some boards and coolers have been known to do.
Cons: Not the easiest cooler to dust off.
Other Thoughts: One sharp looking cooler. Perfectly accents any build. Especially if you have Black/blue components.READ FULL REVIEW