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Pros: very intuitive and user friendly window-ish bios setup. I like the USB 3.0 ports all over the back., integrated HD 3000 graphics seems to do the job on most non-FPS gaming applications. Had it together and running again in under 2 hrs. Plenty of expandability and room to SLI later.
Other Thoughts: it needs another system fan plug. I have a side fan blowing inwards that I intend to find an adapter for. On a positive note, gigabyte responded to my other post (can't edit it for some reason) and so there's some hope that they may be able to do something. Looks like the eVGA 650 Ti Boost doesn't like this card any more than it did the old ASUS one this one replaces. I'll pick up a Gigabyte 760 GTX 4GB on the next price drop.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master HAF 912 Blue Edition - High Air Flow Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: I put two 200mm fans in it (one front, one top) and it stays cool as a cucumber.
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: it was good price. I've owned 2-3 eVGA cards before and they've always been reliable, but never a BOOST version.
Cons: I've had this card in both a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H and an ASUS P8Z68-V/GEN3 board in an attempt to use it on an ongoing basis. It still has CTDs and other crashes in both COD: BO2, Ghosts, and BF4. Not sure what I can do with it other than shelve it.READ FULL REVIEW