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Pros: It adapts power.
Cons: I still haven't gotten laid.
Other Thoughts: I bought this thinking that it would provide electricity to my Samsung Chromebook. When it arrived in the mail and I tried it out, it actually did, and I wasn't surprised at all.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I bought this card for BF3, when it came out. Since then I've put it to use for tons of games in 2013, including BF4, and it hasn't disappointed. I can run most games on ultra or very high and it barely gets to 75 celsius. I never overclocked it, and it performed nicely.
Other Thoughts: I'm currently taking a big leap to the 780, I think it's just time to upgrade. The 580 served me well!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've owned this since 2010, and still use it. 2ms response, 1920x1080, decent contrast, great color - about what I'm finding in 2013, though I'm about to upgrade to LED backlit. Love this monitor though.
Cons: The touch sensitive buttons aren't that great, though they are stylish - after the annoyance of using them, at least they're practically invisible. After about 1.5 years, the bottom right corner of the screen became darker than the rest. It's barely noticeable, and I never bothered to look into why, but something is certainly wrong/broken.READ FULL REVIEW