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This review is from: THRUSTMASTER 2960718 JOYSTICK
Pros: nice feel, nice look, it's a controller
Cons: tried it with most of my steam games and it will NOT work. no matter what I do with any of the settings it will not choose the controller over my mouse/keyboard combination. I don't want to have to spend this money on a product just to have to download something else to make it emulate an xbox controller.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RX850-S-B - Xtreme Series 850-Watt Active PFC Power Supply - Continuous @ 104 Deg. F (40C), 80 PLUS Bronze, ATX 12V v2.2 & EPS 12V v2.91, SLI & CrossFire-Ready, Compatible with Core i7, i5
Pros: Nice size to price ratio. Looked pretty sleek when I unboxed it finally.
Cons: It took me almost six months to get the rest of the computer and when I finally got everything and put it all together this one didn't work correctly. I had it in a simple setup with an AMD A10 6800K, asrock hudson board, and two harddrives. At first I thought the issue was a harddrive, but upon further testing found out that the one of the 12v rails inside of the PSU was not operating correctly. It would cause random shutdowns and at most times couldn't do a regular computer restart (had to completely turn off then back on to get screen to come up again. I've trouble shot everything including the video side of the CPU, everything pointed at this thing being the issue.
Other Thoughts: if you get one of these, be sure to get the replacement plan with it, I made the mistake of not getting any kind of warranty and now I'm stuck with an 850W paper weight. Not going to buy a Rosewill PSU again.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: sturdy, clean, stays pretty cool even OC'd, handles the overclock on the cpu side of the APU, most the board does what it says it does.
Cons: Continuous crashes when GPU overclock is done on the APU. USB 3.0 header does not work, even with updated drivers and a new USB 3.0 cable. Bios are not as friendly to work with as the ASUS boards, but are friendlier than MSI or GIGABYTE.
Other Thoughts: Was a good budget board at the time, but a waste of money now that the dolton boards are out.READ FULL REVIEW