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Pros: -Still pretty fast after two years. Most things do not stress it too badly. Maybe Star Citizen gives the most trouble and I do tone down the effects there for performance sake.
-Can overclock it pretty well with one issue (see cons)
Cons: -The fan is a loud whining noise.
-Heat is a problem with this card. There is only 1 fan to cool the GPU. On stock settings, this is okay, but if you attempt to OC you will run into a heatwall very fast.
Pros: -Cables are a good length and have sheaths on them.
-Has lasted several years and looks to keep running
-At the time of purchasing, it was a good price for a 750W power supply.
Cons: -Not Modular granted when I bought it, there were few modular power supplies and they were quite pricey.
-Cables can be a bit stiff
-Bronze Plus rating only. For the price nowadays you can do better.
Other Thoughts: I am typically pretty lucky with hardware and have yet to have something DOA or die after a few months of use. This power supply has performed admirably.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BitFenix Spectre Pro All Black 200mm Case Fan
Pros: Moves a good amount of air even at low speed
Cons: Louder than expected on full speed
The rubber holders that come with it are pretty useless, screws hold it much better
Other Thoughts: I installed it as a replacement for the front intake fan of my Corsair 600T. It fits quite well but you'll need to move the hard drive tray next to the PSU slot if you have not already done so. There are some DIY mods for installing it as a side fan. I do not believe it will work as a top fan since it is a bit too thick to squeeze in between the CPU cooler and case ceiling.READ FULL REVIEW