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Pros: Great card so far. It reduced my power load significantly from my 580 while providing high end performance. There are no tell-tale early warning signs and driver upgrade engine is cooperative and informative. Pleasantly quiet- this is the video graphics I'd like to see more of.
Cons: 1/2 star off for being pricey, but 5 stars are given for making cards like this more worth it by being quieter and more efficient.
Other Thoughts: EVGA has been a good outfit to me so far.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AVG Ultimate 2015 - Unlimited Devices / 1 Year
Pros: What it covers. Some of the GUI is catchy- especially the GUI that helps status the machines on your LAN.
Cons: Some infected e-mail spam did get through. Hueristics were not very good and often were helpless against e-mail address spoofs. As one review said- they were always trying to sell something- often what you thought you already bought with this package. I threw in the towel when it kept intermittently firewalling machines on the LAN from each other. I wished I could say my machine was already infected, but this was a competitive upgrade to a product I had no problems with.
Other Thoughts: I did not buy it here. I hate to say it, but AVG Free was a an easier product to get along with and why I wanted to throw some skin their way. This product needs help and far less sticker shock for what it is.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Quiet as advertised.
Basic, functional, No-Bling fan. That means no lights or other gaudy features.
Great airflow. Use it as my inlet fan on a Corsair 650D and you can feel the air move at the inlet. I may get another for the outlet as I don't like the blue light on the one there.
Cons: I'll let you know after a year or too- if any. This replaces a stock fan that had the blades separate from the housing. I don't think this will do the same, but ....
Other Thoughts: The case I have has 200mm in and out. It has a 200mm outlet on top (heat rises- whodda thunk?). It supports a 5820K system that has no heat struggles at all. You can feel the airflow move quietly with good volume with this system. Makes for a great overclocking environment that doesn't sound like your house AC unit.READ FULL REVIEW