Pros Performance and downright tough. Evga is a nice, neat, and reliable company. I believe they are also Nvidias longest supported business.
Cons Wish it would have came with half life 2 instead of doom 3 but thats my opinion..... and then again ati is the one thats buffing hl2 up.
Pros It blows almost any competitor out of the water, and makes all 3D games absolutely beautiful. You can easily get this card for $400, like I did, but you have to shop around.
Cons A bit pricy and a frivolous buy, but worth it if you can spare the extra cash.
Pros Great proformance, even with the newest games (Great frame rates with Half-life 2 and Doom 3 on high resolutions and high settings). Low price (Cannot be beat). Comes bundled with a high quality game (Either Doom 3 or FarCry, depends on the age of your bo
Cons It's a BIG card. Had to move my harddrive up a slot to accomadate it. You need a beefy power supply, but you come to expect that with Nvidia cards (most serious gamers are running a 500 watt anyway).
Pros Blazing fast performaance in every game I've tried it with. Runs most modern games with all settings maxed and 4xAA with only tiny slowdown.
Cons Price. This card is really frelling expensive. Heat. This baby pumps out more heat than my CPU! But in a well ventilated case, you can't buy better.
Pros Hmm, 16 pipes still intact (X800 Pro only has 12), can OC to Ultra setting pretty stable. I'd consider top of the line without having to be top of the line...
Cons They could have pushed to core a little further from the start. If they just made em a bit faster ATI would be dominated by now rather than mixed results