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Pros: +12GB VRAM
+Overclocks like a champ
+Best single GPU out there (don't compare this to dual GPU cards)
+Great warranty and service from EVGA
+Does not depend on SLI profiles
+Easily handles 4K gaming on my Acer 4K G-Sync monitor
+Looks sexy in black
Cons: -Doesn't come with a backplate.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: + 4K Gaming with G-Sync
+ Amazing stand. Probably the best that I've ever had
+ Works great with my Macbook Pro Retina late 2013 (I got this for gaming with my PC and programming work on my PC and MBP)
+ Windows 8.1 has pretty decent scaling. Not as good as OS X 10 but still good.
Cons: - Needs calibration for both Windows and Mac. Colors look a bit washed out. I calibrated the monitor on each OS (works like a charm).
- A bit pricey. A monitor like this probably in a year or two will cost around $400-450.
Other Thoughts: If you're looking to step into 4K gaming, I highly recommend getting this. Just be sure to calibrate it on your OS (Windows/OS X) so that the colors are not washed out.
P.S. make sure that you have at least 4GB of VRAM for 4K gaming. MY 780 Ti SLI is bottlenecked by that 3GB of VRAM. Selling them both and getting a Titan X.
Pros: -I love the new tubing compared to the old H100 that I had.
-Great form factor (larger fans are always better).
-Looks great in my Corsair 750D
-Great value for what you get
Cons: -Instructions are meh. Not horrible but not the most detailed.
Other Thoughts: I wish that they would make a 360mm aio cooler already.
Corsair is hands down the best company when it comes to customer service. I've needed to have things replaced in the past (aio cooling kits, power supply). They offer advance RMA for free (no additional fee), they send you a replacement first with a return label (shipping prepaid, unless they changed their policy since 2012). All they do is authorize a charge on your credit card in case you try to scam them.