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Pros: Great looks
Good performance per dollar
Cons: Couldnt complain if I wanted to.
Other Thoughts: I got this at 149.99 and it was definitely worth it. I was wary because it was a refurb, but when EVGA does something they do it very, very right. I guess that extends to their refurbishing of products. It plays GTA V on high, Fallout 4 on medium/high and others at very playable frame rates. Compared to the new GTX 1080, just buy this if on sale again. It's worth it with a clock speed of only 100 mhz less and MORE CUDE cores. Yeah, more than the newer 1050. Im not sure why either. Pair it with an i3 or above or else you're holding this thing back.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The price
Cons: Lack of Reliability
Awful, abysmal Gigabyte customer service as far as RMA's.
Other Thoughts: A week into the new build's completion, this board just gave up. It's been gone for two weeks now, most of that spent at the repair centre, and Gigabyte still has not sent it back. So because of the lack of any quality to this, I've got a pile of hundreds of dollars of parts sitting on my desk and am unable to get any work done. Funny, I could have bought cheaper boards but I bought this one solely because I thought Gigabyte would offer better reliability for a bit more. Won't be buying Gigabyte again.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SanDisk X300 2.5" 512GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) SD7SB7S-512G-1122
Build quality, feels solid compared to most
Cons: Its not an 850 Evo?
Other Thoughts: Not as fast as say Samsung, but it is faster than most still. I got it when it was $179 the day before they jacked it to $199. For my price its good, for the $200 you may as well spend the extra $20 for a 500 Gb Samsung. If you dont have the $20 though, this is a pretty good buy. 5 year warranty is better than most in the price range.READ FULL REVIEW