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Pros: Nicely sleeved.
One-to-one adapter. No two 6-pin or two Molex nonsense.
Cons: A little pricey for what it is.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fans quieter than a reference R9 290X while loaded
Lower Powertune throttling than reference due to better cooling
Cons: Physically longer than necessary
Physically thicker than necessary
Fans audible at idle
No adapters whatsoever included
Other Thoughts: I only picked up this particular R9 290X due to a sale, and while it did fit in my case, I wouldn't have chosen this particular model had it not been for the discount. I needed to order a PCIe 6-to-8 pin power adapter.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RK-9000I - Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Blue Switches
Pros: Cherry MX Blue switches
No-nonsense 104 key layout; normal Enter and Backspace keys and two Windows keys
No extra gaming/media keys getting in the way
Compact size and good heft. Keyboard is stable and fits well on smaller desks.
The MX Blue switches essentially emulate the venerable and much loved buckling spring switches that the IBM Model M used. They are ideal for touch typing, and for those who like the noise.
Cons: No extra gaming/media keys for those who want them
MX Blues are not the end-all, be-all switch
Cost: catch this one on sale (like I did)
The interchangeable PS2 or USB cable means that it can be accidentally detached from the keyboard.
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