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This review is from: ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 AMP! Edition, ZT-P10700C-10P, 8GB GDDR5 IceStorm Cooling, Metal Wraparound Carbon ExoArmor exterior, Ultra-wide 100mm Fans, Spectra Lighting, PowerBoost, FREEZE fan stop
Pros: Looks amazing. Cooler and carbon look are a bit heavy, but look phenomenal
Backplate is appealing
Card boosts close to 2000mhz core clock out of the box
Never rises above 68c in benchmarks and games. Not sure what the other folks are complaining about.
LED customization is great when you download the latest version
Cons: Watch out for GPU sag. Use a higher cable management hole so some of the downward tension is relieved by the power connectors coming from above
LED software doesnt work out of the box, have to download latest version of Firestorm from Zotac site.
It's a long card. About 12 inches. Had to move around my HDD a bit to get it to fit.
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Pros: - Leaps and bounds more capable than any FX processor (save maybe the 9590 overclocked)
- Great potential for overclocking
- Excellent per core performance
Cons: - Its not an i7?
Other Thoughts: I'd recommend it if one is unable to justify dropping the money for an i7. This will almost keep up in most games.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: DEEPCOOL XFAN 120L/R Hydro Bearing Transparent Fan with Red LED
-pushes more air than my stock Rosewill case fans (Ranger Mid tower- red LEDs)
- No vibration
- Molex AND 3 pin connector
Cons: -No rubber braces (not a big deal at all)
- LEDs could be a tad brighter (i'm just nitpicking here)
- Case fan shipping cost usually helps determine my selection of brand (although this time, I lucked out)
- If molex connector is unused, it can affect aesthetics (cable manage what you can)
Other Thoughts: I'd recommend right now. They're quite silent compared to my ole sleeve bearings, no whine whatsoever when cranking fan speed. They move a noticeable amount of air and were cost effective.READ FULL REVIEW