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Pros: Very fast "IF" it works. Booted windows in seconds, WEI 7.9 windows 7.
Cons: Obviously quality is a concern, after reading that some of these drives arrived DOA, i decided to take a gamble. Glad i didn't bet money. My drive gave random BSOD, had random boot issues, issues in standby. Sometimes my BIOS wouldn't even show the drive connected. After multiple tech support sessions and reinstalling windows i found this drive was causing my issues. Mushkin was willing to replace to drive which was good but they wouldn't ship to an APO address. So here i am without my laptop working for a few extra weeks while this drive ships to my home address, then to me. Just seems that if you have a defective product that your customers are getting you would try a little harder to make it right, like going to the post office to mail the replacement. Anyhow, i usually like to keep an open mind and stay positive, unfortunately my experience with this product was not very positive at all. I ordered an Intel msata SSD, gonna put the replacement up for sale on the web. Will not buy Mushkin again!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CM Storm Sirus - True 5.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset with Control Module
Pros: Great sound and easy to use interface. The feel of these headsets are awesome, and very comfortable. Also the look in my opinion is very nice.
Cons: The Mic needs a lot of work. One of the main reasons that i purchased these headsets is to play FSX. One of my favorite aircraft I fly uses program FS2Crew which commands are verbally given to my co-pilot. With this Mic he does not understand anything i say. I tried my $20 Logitech headset and everything is smooth sailing. I tried positioning the mic in different positions and still nothing.
Other Thoughts: I'm not sure how the mic works with online play with friends but for $120, i expect it to outperform my $20 headset in every way, looks and performance.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Pretty LED's
Cons: This PSU had me replacing every component in my PC thinking that i had a compatibility issue. After disabling crossfire i thought maybe it was a driver issue. No to all. This PSU just cannot keep up with my requirements. All of the PSU calculators that i have tried say that i need 750 watts. I have 1000 so i think that im fine. Think again, it randomly shuts down my PC when i put a load on it. Very frustrating, now i'm going to spend another $280 bucks on a well known brand to prevent any further frustration.
Other Thoughts: I will say that MAYBE i just got a bad one, but im not taking any chances, i got 1000 watts for a reason. I'll stick to a well known, name brand, crossfire certified PSU.READ FULL REVIEW