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Pros: High resolution + fast reporting rate = a very responsive mouse. Just about everything is adjustable, from the dpi rate, to the scroll wheel, to the multiple saved profiles in the mouse's memory, to the grip, to the weights, to the programmable buttons.
I'm not crazy about the Call of Duty logos, but the "refurbished" part cut the cost in half, so I can't complain that much, plus you get a free mouse pad out of the deal.
Cons: I was using an MX1000, so I'm used to having more buttons. I miss that functionality.
The mouse pad was bent in half to fit in the package. Understandable, but as others have noted, I haven't been able to get it to lay flat.
I also echo what another person said about DHL. I have never had good dealings with them, and on this occasion, I think the US Post Office would have delivered it faster.
Other Thoughts: Logitech knows the mouse business. If you want a fast, responsive, adjustable mouse, this is the one for you.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master GeminII S524 - CPU Cooler with Aluminum Fins and 5 Heatpipes
Pros: The cooling fan is really quiet. All CPUs I've installed it on generally stay at the 40 C mark or below. It's low enough to fit in the cases I used. The cooler can be turned towards any of the 4 sides of the motherboard, depending on where you want to have open space.
Cons: Every install I've done with this thing has involved removing something from the motherboard before I could put it on. The little hex wrench tool they give you for the LGA2011 brackets is next to worthless. I had better luck using a small adjustable wrench.
If you're putting 2 on a dual socket motherboard, you really have to think about the layout and how your hand is going to fit underneath so you can tighten the screws down. I almost always wound up having to install the cooler (and anything else I wouldn't be able to reach) first, before mounting the motherboard into the case.
Other Thoughts: I've installed 4 of these now on both servers and workstations. I really like the height, where it can fit in a 3U case, unlike all those other giant 160 mm or so heat sinks. Just count on needing your manual dexterity as you will inevitably find yourself twisting your fingers at odd angles to get other components installed.
I will repeat that the fan is really quiet, but moves some air. My client wanted a "quiet" server after the last one really had some noisy fans, and I chose this cooler for the 2 CPUs, and some Enermax fans for the case. The noise level has been cut down to at least 1/3rd of the old server, so just for that I can give this cooler a good recommendation.
This review is from: APEVIA X-DREAMER3-PK Pink Metal ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: It's very pink, so it's very me!!!! The fan glows, which makes it stand out... My friends were surprised that it was pink because they all have "normal" computers/laptops.
No sharp edges on the inside. Thumbscrews on the outside.
Cons: None, it's just right.
Other Thoughts: I am very thankful that my dad got this for me, it was a nice early Christmas present.READ FULL REVIEW