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Pros: While it took a little getting used to since it was my first gaming mouse, I eventually came to thoroughly appreciate it and realized how handy it was. The buttons are not overbearing yet not lacking, just enough to make apt use as a gaming mouse.
It also looks great, A+ on aesthetics.
Cons: No complaints that I have truly merit any sort of concern. I found it bulky at first, but that is due to this being my first experience ever with a proper gaming mouse. Once I became accustomed I don't believe I could ever go back to the "tiny" stock type mice.
If I had to dig up a complaint it would be the lack of guidance and sub-par support/manual on the mouse, there is little to no "customer experience" to be had. That is not a problem however, if I wanted a wonderful customer experience I could get a mac.
Pros: ASUS has a history of great reliability and great products and this video card has not disappointed. Great amount of power for the price.
The GPU boost monitor and modification utility was a really great addition. While I have not made extensive use of its 'tweaking' capabilities, its accessibility is sure to be quite useful to any performance enthusiast.
Aptly ran Skyrim on ultra settings with max AA on 1080p without breaking a sweat at 60 FPS.
Cons: It has yet to cook me breakfast.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This motherboard is great for the price. Packed with unique features with multiple PCI slots and plenty of space for memory. The UEFI BIOS is also a very nice touch.
Cons: I had a fairly concerning issue with the USB 3.0 ports. It seems to have been an issue with the NVIDIA USB 3.0 drivers. A clean install of the drivers directly from the Intel website instead of the support disk helped, so I dont know if this is an issue with ASUS and Intel or simply Intel.
Other Thoughts: Was hesitant to dock off one egg for the USB issue as it may not be ASUS's fault, but still almost ruined the experience for me.READ FULL REVIEW