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Pros: The keyboard itself is a true mechanical keyboard, and is very easy to type with. The backlight is much better than I would have imagined, and is not crazy bright like most backlit keyboards; paired with the ability to only highlight W, S, A, D and 1-6 (and arrow keys) it makes this almost worth the price. Plug and play works great with Windows 7 x64 professional. Plugged it in and all the hot-keys were working.
Cons: Much bigger than you think it would be. Makes it very easy to get tired typing, which is the exact opposite of what a mechanical keyboard is designed to do. This keyboard does not have the distinctive "click" that most mechanical keyboards are known for, which is really a bummer. That's half the reason why I got this keyboard.
Other Thoughts: Overall, it's not bad at all; just really not worth the price I paid for it. Realistically, this isn't the type of quality that I would expect from a corsair product.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Super quiet, very powerful, very cheap.
Other Thoughts: I switched from ATI to NVIDIA and couldn't be happier. The previous card I had the drivers were so horrendous that I would randomly freeze for absolutely no reason (grey screen of death) especially with HTML5 embedded flash. Multiple RTM and support calls later, I said the heck with it and decided to go NVIDIA. I'm never getting AMD again.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Not bad at first, handles just about everything.
Cons: If you have 64bit windows, DO NOT BUY. The ATI drivers do not play well and you WILL hate yourself for getting this card. I have a grey screen of death more than once per day now because of horrendous drivers and software from ATI. I don't have the ability to RMA this card; ATI calls it a "small" problem when it effects ~10% of their cards. Not exactly small. The most they do is RMA and it takes forever. Don't do it to yourself.READ FULL REVIEW