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This review is from: Logitech Performance Mouse MX
Pros: Great ergonomic right handed design, can use for hours with minimal impact on wrist.
Capable of charging through USB while still being used.
Cons: The scroll wheel started off smooth as glass.. now it is more like a cement mixer. But at least I don't have that over-scroll to deal with anymore..
Battery life is very poor, even with regular high 2000+ mAh I started getting two days of use, had to switch to some 5,000 mAh lithium ions to get a good weeks worth of power.
Other Thoughts: Can also be used with no battery and plugged in,still a great mouse if you don't care about a wire and get sick of charging batteries.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Board is easy to setup with it's own presets or go manual and set it up with your own options in quite a functional bios layout, 8 Memory Slots with Quad-Channel DDR3 Support up to 2400MHz and 64GB total, 3 Way SLI capable. 6 on-board Sata Controllers. Energy saving functions built in. LGA 2011 Ivy Bridge-E Processor Support.
Cons: The third pci-e x16 is positioned in a way that becomes unusable for sli (or at all) unless you buy aftermarket slim cooling / water cooling for the graphics cards. But that seems to be a common problem.
The 1st pci-e x1 also gets covered and becomes unusable by any decent video card. Not sure why they choose to do this.
Other Thoughts: Upgraded from my 3 year old Asus p8p67 (which is now a working media center dvr). Asus works great as always!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Benchmark speeds rival anything available even SSD drives connected directly through PCIe. Amazing!
Other Thoughts: This is the perfect drive to use as a boot device for your operating system, especially with windows 7 and 8 installs taking up 40GB with minimum programs installed and updates enabled. Blazing fast boot ups and installs.READ FULL REVIEW