Pros great card out of the box.
Cons the "auto" overclock does not work at all, gives ridiculas numbers 1000+ mhz (atleast it wanted to) had to pull heat sink off card and replace white crappy heat sink grease with good artic silver grease (3 degree drop) overclocked to 404 and is steady
Pros i have on my alienware it runs unreal at 1600by1200 with evryhting on highest settings,no glitches.
Cons Latest driver from nvidia is pretty unstable the 126.96.36.199, crashed once but hasnt done it since.
Pros Very easy to setup, takes up only one motherboard slot (although I would leave a slot below the cooling unit free to help with airflow), lifetime warranty, and its incredibly fast. I've had mine for a couple of weeks now and it blows my ATI Radeon 9800 P
Cons Umm, I can't think of any.
Pros Had a X800 Pro, this GeForce made my games run even smoother. Love the 24/7 technical although I haven't used it. It installed with no questions, no hassle.
Cons A bit pricey, but when we work for what we want, no worries.
Pros Can totally max out all my games at 1280x1024 and use at least 2x anti-aliasing!
Cons Runs hot, 60*C idle, 90*C under full load
Summary Last year, I made the mistake of buying an ATI Radeon X800 Pro instead of this card. I had the X800 Pro for about a year, and it was no longer cutting it. The whole time I had it I was getting framerate problems in all my games. It was especially annoying when I got a 19" LCD and couldn't play my games at 1280x1024 because of the limitation of the 12 pipes.
So I went out against my concious and bought a 6800 GT. I had heard great things about the 6800, but after all it came out at the same time as the X800 Pro and was the same price. I was a little skeptical that this card would be much better, but I still had an AGP bus and this was the best card I could get without building a whole new system.
So I bought this card and when I plugged it in, I was stunned by how much faster the framerate was and how much richer the image quality was than what I had with my x800 Pro. With this card, I can play FEAR and Quake 4 at 1280x1024 with 2x AA and it barely skips a beat. And the image quality is insane on my new 19" Samsung LCD. Definately worth the upgrade from an X800 Pro, and if you are considering an X800 card of any kind for an older AGP system, please don't, because they can't touch Nvidia and its 6800 series.