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This review is from: Corsair Vengeance MM600 (CH-9000017-WW) Gaming Mouse Mat
Pros: -This mat is really big, you won't run out of room.
-The double sided feature is great, I use both depending what I'm playing, but mainly the heavy textured side.
-I used to game on a SubZero mouse mat for a long time, and though it is still a good mouse pad, it is not as big as the MM600, and this is exacly what I needed on my new desk, just make sure you have enough room for it.
-It's made out of metal
-The rubber edges are excellent, 3 weeks in, and it has not moved at all.
Cons: -The price! Though it might be expensive, you do get your moneys worth. I absolutely do not feel cheated out of this purchase.
-Not a con for me but maybe to others, but this thing is pretty huge. Just make sure you have enough room on your desk for it.
Other Thoughts: So far it's been 3 weeks into owning it, and I can truly say that I am extremely happy with it. I play using different types of mouse grips for different games, and this mat has not given me any problems as far as control goes. I also use a Logitech G600, it is a really heavy mouse, and on the MM600, it glides nicely and smoothly.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Remember when Skeletor got the powers of the universe in the Masters of the Universe movie and had that epic gold armor? That is what will happen to your rig when you install this thing in it! I upgraded from a GTX 680 Classified, and whoa! Just whoa! Fast, powerful, epic! It runs all my games on ultra with no problems at 1080p. Now I'm just waiting for G-Sync so I can use this 780 Ti and open doorways to other dimensions with it. I still have not played Battlefield 4 with this yet, but I did play a lot of Bioshock Infinite and Shadow Warrior (2013 of course lol), and it handles those games like it was nothing. Overall I am mega happy with this. I can not wait for the next more powerful GPU to come out so that way hopefully this thing will get a price drop so I can buy another for SLI. It is an expensive card, yes, but it is worth it. The folks at NVIDIA must be warlocks, because thins thing makes magic happen!
Cons: It doesn't really give your rig golden armor...
Other Thoughts: If you're a gamer and want the very best performance out of a single GPU, then you want this. It may be pricey, but worth it. There are some other nice GPU's out there for shoppers with a budget, but c'mon, if you're reading reviews on the GTX 780 Ti, then that means you want it. Buy it! You may also want to look into buying a backplate for this. It is really heavy and can get pretty warm, so the backplate will help it out in those areas. If you can not find a 780 Ti backplate, the 780 backplate will fit it perfectly.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This PSU is nice, and comes with a nice price tag. It came nicely packaged, the cables are nice and flat, no problems with shortage. I'm running this in a CM Storm Stryker and had no issues with any cables being too short. It has two modes, hybrid and normal, which is a really nice feature to have. So far no issues overall, this thing is quiet and keeps everything powered up. If I run into any issues I'll be sure to update, but so far I am really happy with this PSU.
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: I had other choices in mind when I was shopping around for a PSU for a new build. I had other PSU's in my wishlist such as the Corsair AX, Cooler Master V, Seasonic, and EVGA Supernova. All of these, but the EVGA, have one thing in common, they are Seasonic OEM, but the XFX had a better price. So keep that in mind. You'll be getting the same quality. Just keep an eye out on the pricing.READ FULL REVIEW