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This review is from: Logitech Washable Keyboard K310
Pros: Washable, white keys, not too expensive.
Cons: Keys are a bit clunky and don't feel quite right compared to my old cheaper Logitech keyboard. Feels like a cross between a lighter mechanical keyboard and a laptop keyboard.
Other Thoughts: Not a huge fan on the keyboard, but I will end up using it eventually and getting used to it. Bought it since I like white keys and the flat style keys, similar to my old Apple Wired Keyboard. Quality is not the same and should have just spent the little extra to get another Apple Keyboard.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Smaller profile due to not having SLI support.
- It's EVGA
Cons: Honestly, not really any improvement over my 9800GTX+ card I replaced with this card. I was hoping it would be a decent upgrade for the price, but I was very wrong in that aspect. Here I am a little over a year later and just purchased a 780 Superclocked to replace this one. I really only play Battlefield 4 on my PC and this card has to have everything set to low to actually play with about 40-60 FPS. I actually have to underclock the card to fix an Nvidia driver bug, which doesn't help the situation any. There are much better cards for a bit more out there and I suggest those over this one.
Has nothing to do with EVGA themselves, it's just not a performing series.
Other Thoughts: I will continue to purchase/recommend EVGA products because they are top of the line, quality cards. This card was just much lower than my expectations and here I am having to purchase a newer card a year later.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G930 USB Connector Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset
Pros: Wireless, great sound/surround sound, comfortable, all controls are on the headset itself.
Cons: As others mentioned, there are times where there will be a crackling and popping sound, I've only had it happen once in the week I've owned them and it was when a game was loading. I haven't heard it since. No disconnecting issues like others mentioned, but for those who are having disconnecting issues, see other thoughts.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this has been my first real headset and I love it. I cannot imagine playing games without it now.
For the people having issues with disconnecting, make sure you change your wireless router settings for the 2.4Ghz range to a specific channel instead of auto. That is what causes disconnection. Since your router will jump through channels constantly, it will always land on the same channel being used by the headset. If you restrict it to a channel, it won't affect the headset anymore. This is the case with anything wireless on the 2.4Ghz range. I've already changed my channel on my router due to an issue I was having with my wireless mouse, so I've not had any issues with it and was able to roam around rooms without the signal cutting out.