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Pros: * 8 Buttons
* Fluid switching on responsiveness
* Good size for my somewhat large hands
* LED isn't intrusive, but nice muted slightly blue glow.
Cons: * Extremely light - I do prefer a bit more weight or heft to my mouse
* Middle click seems to register two inputs with a single click. Probably a setting, but an annoying default.
* Had to download the Logitech software to stop the LEDs from doing the annoying "breathing" mode (fade in and fade out) by default.
Other Thoughts: All in all, for a mouse, it's a good investment at the price. I'd buy it again. It's nice an responsive, perhaps a touch too responsive at times, but that can be tweaked with settings.
I'm not a big fan of HAVING to download 3P software for every peripheral. That being said, the logitech software is nice and easy to use. Once the settings are changed, you don't need to keep the software in place/on startup - so that's better than Razer IMO.
EDIT: This refurbished unit failed after eight weeks. Middle click no longer works, and a side button is "sticky". Cannot recommend.
Pros: - Pretty PSU, went great with my black and white build.
- Was quiet until it failed
Cons: - It failed 1 year and 2 months after purchase.
Other Thoughts: About a year and change after purchase, this unit failed on me. Fan is doing the "death rattle". I'd return it, but honestly, I'd rather just get a higher-quality PSU than deal with any sort of return process, and be without a computer for possibly weeks on end.
I've had a few little "quirks" along the way with the PSU while overclocking with a 980 TI which made me believe the PSU was at fault, but nothing definite. Under normal use, this PSU seemed to work fine.
I would not purchase again, simply for the reason that I've never had a PSU fail on me in less than three years' time before. Ironically, that 3-year PSU was also a Raidmax, so I won't be going with this brand again.
I can only recommend to people to do your research on the tiers of quality in PSUs, and not try to shave 10-15 dollars off of a very vital component in your PC build.
This review is from: HyperX FURY 2.5" 240GB SATA III SSD - Cloud9 Edition SHFS37A-Z/240G
Pros: Decent size. With a base OS install and "core applications" you can still fit a few high-consumption apps or programs on here.
Cons: It wasn't 250GB?
Other Thoughts: Got a great deal on this, so no worries. It's a drive, it holds data. It's SATA3.
I've seen a few reviews that go on about how it's slower read/write in XYZ benchmark. In real world use, you couldn't tell the difference between this drive and one for $50 more for the same price. Those faster benches seriously don't mean shaving 2-3 seconds off of boot time; we're talking 14ms.
TLDR; Good drive, works well, and will run anything you need for a great price.