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Pros: It is still working...going through my orders on how much I spent on my Dragonslayer II, and saw that one, and now it's only $13!! great deal--love it even better than the sandisk ones. Never any problems.
Other Thoughts: definitely one of the most reliable thumb/usb drives around!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fantastic processor and blazing FAST FAST!! I've used the 2500K for about 3 years, and mainly for gaming, but the every day usages, and oh, boy video editing--major stump with that one. I anticipate much greater responses and workability with the hyperthreading. So, when I'm doing photo editing, or video editing, it was worth the extra $$$, and the WAIT! It was still worth the wait.
Cons: Price....Yikes, well to most people maybe that's not a biggie, but looking at the 2500k/3570k cpu prices, it was tempting--but still glad I invested the extra. Not really, it's very stable--and worth it
Other Thoughts: If you're going to game, not necessary most likely needed, if you're going to do photo/video editing, the hyperthreading is really worth spending the $100 that I would have spent over the 2500K/3570K CPU's.
This is my DRAGONSLAYER II
Antec 1200 V3
ASUS P8Z77-V LX LGA 1155 Intel Z77
AMD 7890 GPU
16 GB GSkill 1600
OCZ 750W PSU
Samsung Electronics 840 EVO-Series 120GB SSD
WD Red 1 TB HD
Zalman CNPS 5X CPU Cooler
enough fans to cool your house down! LOL!!
Windows 7 64bit
This review is from: ASUS P8Z77-V LX LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: The motherboard is a fantastic gaming board and it gave awesome ratings with my i7-3770K CPU..allowed enough memory, and even works with my cpu so that I can have a 2nd monitor on the on-board video, even when another monitor is on my videocard.--It seems to slightly over clock my cpu without me doing anything to it. Very happy on the most part.
Cons: Not enough fan inputs for my Antec 1200 v3---still nice mobo. not enough to lose a star.
Other Thoughts: I had to wait 2 years to get my cpu to finish it!READ FULL REVIEW
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