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Pros: Had a multitude of cables and sata plugs to choose from. Very efficient and small in size. Came with extra screws and easy to understand instructions. All you need to power an older system.
Cons: needs to mention it's not the full size power supply but the slim in the title. If you have a mid or full tower, it will leave 1/3 of the PS slot empty and you will have to put in a filler piece which is not included
Other Thoughts: overall a very good buy for the priceREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G9x Black Two modes scroll USB Wired Laser 5700 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: Comfortable grip(s), wide enough so your thumb can rest on the mouse and not drag on the surface. Excellent accuracy when gaming/clicking.
This mouse doesn't miss a beat and has never had any glitching or issues being detected/working.
Also, it's pretty sweet how you can change the color of the lights to match the LED's on your system. Style matches perfect with HAF922 and Alienware style systems.
Cons: There really aren't that many cons to list. Some people are of the opinion that its too simplistic and it could use more thumb buttons; The finish feels a bit cheap (plasticy) but not flimsy. Not much to complain about.
Other Thoughts: Overall, a great mouse, too bad they are discontinuing it soon, as they shouldn't scrap something that works so good. The only thing that could be added is a 2nd laser for the y axis to improve accuracy even further, although not needed 99.9%. I've had the R.A.T9 ($100+) and this is just as good if not better. This mouse was a good buy for meREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: I purchased this from NewEgg. It's Fast, it really is! If you want the best upgrade for your computer, upgrade your HD. Packaged in a quality casing, looks rigid and well-made. Installing it was a breeze. It loads my Win 7 64bit to desktop with no processes loading in less then 6-7 seconds (with changes made to way computer boots of course). Everything opens instantly, I can only imagine how nice it would be to run 2 or 4 of these, but i think you lose TRIM capabilities with that (not sure). Oh and almost forgot: Windows 7 perfomance Index for HD (which was my bottleneck at 5.9 on a WD SataIII caviar black 1TB, went up to 7.0 (MAX)) so now my bottleneck is my Video at 6.9 =P
Cons: Installation is a bit of a task, because i can assure you your case will not fit this natively. I personally took one of the sliding plastic HD bays and drilled some holes in it to match the ones on the SSD.. "professional install =)". 64 gb is minuscule and you always have to keep that in mind; bogging it down with lots of useless apps will make it decrease in performance over time. This requires more maintenance then your regular drive, but if your set on getting a dramatic performance increase, you'll have to deal with all the settings, trial and error and once its setup the way it should be, you'll be happy.
Other Thoughts: Overall, I can't say that i feel good spending all that cash for 64 gigs. But when you can justify your expenses, or you crave performance, its worth it. Will the price drop next year by 50% ? absolutely. Would you be reading this if you wanted to wait until next year? Get it, you'll be happy, I game once in a while, never has anyone beaten my loading times, or even converting a avi. to dvd takes 5-6 mins max compared to 8-20 mins on a regular sata III 7200.READ FULL REVIEW