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This review is from: APEVIA X-TELSTAR-BL Blue/ Black Steel ATX Full Tower Computer CaseNo Power Supply
Pros: Incredible case it was even better than I expected because most of the time people put low end on cases. Apevia made a perfect case a very easy to use manual and everything worked the first time. The look is incredible as well as function. This is the best case I have ever had and I am going to buy that power supply as well just because? It's hot! This is my pride and joy!
Cons: The only thing I can think of is that the front door could be smoother but the look makes up for it.
Other Thoughts: Put some ports in for liquid cooling.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Shading is incredible the cores in this thing rock. Speed isn't an issue this thing idles around 300 and will spark to 860 in a ms. Very good looking card if you could see it>>>>
Cons: You cannot see the down side of the card when it installed. Would love to be able to see the fine work that went into the finish of the card yet I see a mile long video card backside motherboard.... Boring I didn't build the fastest computer I could afford to have a design issue like that. Although I cannot complain of the raw dog speed itself. But who is the idiot that designed this card you do know that its upside down in the case right? could you not design a better top?
Other Thoughts: The design was a lil raw but I'm used to the opponents cards.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Ratings say this is the card to have for my budget and I believe it is. I have not installed it yet but with the addition of (Far Cry 3) and (Two Worlds) I felt it was a bargain at its 239 price. I have researched for a week before buying this card to make sure windows 8x64 compatibility and xp 32 bit (gaming) capability was there. I plan to dual boot the system with both due to possible issues with 64 bit windows and 32 bit designed games. I paired this with Biostar's BIOSTAR Hi-Fi A85W FM2 AMD A85X (Hudson D4) SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 HDMI ATX AMD Motherboard which seems to be a clear choice against the competitors and provides 100 watt amd support (intel is great with the card as well). This will not fit in a micro atx board or at least not mine, hence the new board etc.... it also requires a 500 watt + power supply and judging from the size of this bohemith I chose a 650 watt but you could probably get away with a 500 the price is so small no need to take a chance especially if you clock. The card looks great and I cannot wait to see how it performs!
Cons: its really big but this is a plus as well depends on how you look at it
Other Thoughts: More to comeREAD FULL REVIEW