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This review is from: StarTech PCIEX68ADAP 6" PCI Express 6 pin to 8 pin Power Adapter Cable F-M
Pros: It works as intended, I am using two of them since my power supply gives me two 6 pin cords and I have two 390X's. They arrived quickly and they work.
Cons: NothingREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: 27" QNIX QX2710 2560x1440 QHD PLS Glossy Panel Monitor DVI port
Cons: Plug? Cheap stand and speakers
Other Thoughts: I have no bleeding or anything like that with mine. The speakers aren't great and the stand is flimsy, but it works for the price. Not worth an egg off. My panel has NO problems whatsoever. No stuck pixels, no color bleeding, no nothing. It works like a charm. The plug is set for a Korean outlet, but it comes with an adapter. I found it funny. This is literally a Korean monitor.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This card is quite a powerhouse. I am running everything on the highest settings at 1440p and I always stay above 30 fps. That's on the most demanding or poorly optimized games, on better optimized games or not so intensive games I get 60 or more. The card is actually pretty quite for having 3 fans and the highest temps I have seen are in the low to mid 70s. It's a big card, but it's beautiful and the Blue/Yellow/Red LED on the side is an easy way to know that your card isn't running hot during overclock testing and such.
Other Thoughts: I went from 1080 to 1440, I upgraded from two 2 GB vram HD 7870's. I got 30+ fps with the 7870s, but it was very unstable with dips into the 20's or worse.READ FULL REVIEW