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This review is from: XTRAC PADS Ripper XXL Mouse Pad
Pros: This is a nice big mouse pad. I had a normal size Steel Series pad but there was times my mouse would slip off the pad while gaming or browsing and it really annoyed me. So I got this and now I don't have to worry about it ever again.
Cons: I'm not going to bump any eggs off for this but just beware the first time you open the package it smells like fish. It was strong and awful but it will eventually dissipate, not completely though. If you press your nose close to it and smell it still has that rubbery smell but it's not as near bad as the first time. Right now I don't smell anything so I'm sure it just goes away over time. Other than that, great pad. Hope this helps in some way.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Everything advertised is true. This is THE SSD to purchase. Upgraded from an Intel SSD 120GB. The extra space has allowed me to install the OS plus a few games from Steam. Everything else is stored off another HDD for access.
Cons: I sort of wish now I bought the 512GB instead, but the 256GB has allowed me enough space for the OS and a few steam games. Much better than the 120GB SSD I had earlier in terms of space.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Extremely good temperatures idling or under full load. I use the EVGA Precision to monitor the temperature and I haven't had the need to increase the fan. I am sure it's necessary if you're the type of person that likes to overclock but I'm not at that stage yet. Out of the box it's great. The free Assassin's Creed game was a major plus.
I also play this card using an Asus 27" 2560x1440 IPS monitor and it handles it very well with games.
Buying this card, you won't regret it.
Cons: No cons. I just know that even this nice card will eventually be overshadowed by what new GPU's coming out later in 2014.
Sure it's expensive but you are getting what you pay for.