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Pros: Fantastic mouse for MMO's such as World of Warcraft. I raid on a Healing Paladin(Fix your content filter, H oly is not a unsuitable word ) , and It's a life saver binding all my offensive and defensive abilities to the thumb buttons. Additionally, the 3rd "ring" top button is genius, I bind my potion and health stone to it with a key modifier.
Cons: None, Seriously, I can't even think of 1 minor thing I would change with this mouse.
Other Thoughts: Great mouse if you play World of Warcraft and do progression raiding, seriously for 36 dollars refurbished, you simply cannot go wrong.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great key feel, MX Blacks ROCK. I can't emphasize enough the durable build of this board, its built like a tank. Additionally, the key layout is perfect.
Cons: I'd prefer if the cable were more than 1.5m long, but i knew this going in. The distance between my keyboard tray and computer is VERY tight, most keyboard cables are 2m long and just enough,
Other Thoughts: Fantastic Keyboard, the only two things that could be improved upon are the cable length, and full key rollover over usb.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Lets start with the obvious, in order to get a board with similar specs from the competition, you have to spend 200+ dollars. This board is a fantastic value.
-Slot Spacing is ideal for SLI/Crossfire.(See other comments).
-Visually appealing board, it seems to be of high build quality.
-Nice accessory pack, front 3.5" usb bay insert is a nice bonus extra.
-Nice power/reset/clear CMOS switches on the board.
Cons: -Slot spacing for 3 video cards, yet the 4th slot will only run 4x mode(8x8x4 with 3 gpu's) makes this board physically capable of running 3 card but due to chipset limitations, makes it nonviable.
-Seriously, who thought it would be a good idea to place the usb 3.0 front panel header above the 3rd 16x slot? If you want to use the bottom 16x slot for a sound card to keep your gpu/sound card spaced, you can't route your cable below the board without heavy modification.
-BIOS required an update to the latest version before I was able to manually set the multiplier, version xxx14 has known problems, and the boards are still shipping with it.
- BIOS will be confusing to a novice overclocker, everything is pooled into one huge page and alot of the options do not follow standard naming schemes typically seen from gigabyte/asus/msi. The BIOS could be organized much better, it's very difficult to discern the "structure" of the BIOS because there seems to be none.
Other Thoughts: Great value, very quirky board, reminds me of the saab vehicle i own. It will take some getting used to but this is known to be one of the best overclocking z77 board on the market. My i7 2700k runs 5.3ghz with only 1.4v vcore.READ FULL REVIEW