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Pros: None so far. Great performance at a reasonable price. Well, that really depends on your budget. No coil whine so far. Extremely quiet. I can hear my case fans over the card and it's sitting right next to me on the desk. Love that it's so efficient. I have a 550W power supply and it's chugging along very nicely. Not as large as I'd expected. Fits nicely in an older NZXT M59 case.
Cons: Literally none so far.
Other Thoughts: I am glad that I bought it. I'm able to play current PC games as well as the rest of my library so far with no hiccups or problems. This is my first EVGA card, also my first Geforce card (my ancient computer had an equally ancient Radeon something or other) but I seemed to have problems with drivers on that card.
As long as it holds up, I'm an EVGA believer.
Seriously. Wonderful product. If you can afford it: get it. If you can't afford it: save up for it, then get it.
Pros: Easy to install. Worked right out of the box, no bent pins, what else could I ask for?
The HD4000 graphics on this runs WoW at 1080p with all good settings anywhere from 30-60 fps. Also, runs Dota 2 with good settings at 1080p at... playable. I don't know how to check fps in Dota 2 (just started playing)
Cons: No complaints.
Other Thoughts: Current setup:
i5-3570K (stock currently)
8 GB DDR3 G-Skill Sniper RAM
120 GB Samsung EVO SSD
MSI Z77A-G45 Gaming MOBO
NZXT M59 Case
23.5" Hanns G HE245 monitor
Rosewill Capstone 550 80+ Gold non-mod PSU
Pros: Worked on the first try. Cheap.
Other Thoughts: Nope.READ FULL REVIEW