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This review is from: Logitech B530 USB Connector Supra-aural Headset
Pros: Voice quality
Cons: The fit is funny, the USB is horrible, seeing as how they won't let me use anything else & likely to snap/bend, mic is really low, some games people can't even hear me.
Other Thoughts: Similar to most of the reviews, especially those predating mid April when I bought mine.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Only things that i've played so far without maxing settings out are ArmA 2/3.
Runs everything at 60+ most the time.
Some things drop into the 50s, that's negligible.
For once i'm glad I took a build recommendation for my friend and bought this, originally I was just going to buy an EVGA GTX 650.
Wasn't as much of a pain to install as I thought it'd be, came with some decent software, precision X has a nice HUD/lay out.
Hoping this will hold me over for the next 5 years or so.
Cons: Besides ArmA 2/3 not running at Ultra it continues to spazz out on me when I play Dawn of War II for too long.
Starting to worry me that the card may be defective, though it only does it in DoW 2 from what i've noticed.
To elaborate on the above, the screen becomes "Fractured", I see random lines/triangles, shapes all over in blue, green, white/black. Random black squares in the background, can't see anything.
Just had to close my game & trying to figure out if it's overheating which it shouldn't be in a HAF 932 Advanced case.
Only does so on the menus as well/lobby. Hasn't done it in Skyrim, New Vegas, Guild Wars 2, APB, etc. yet.
Debating on RMA'ing t his after I had to do so with my board.
Other Thoughts: Very nice, did a lot of research before buying this on black friday/liked the review I saw about this running PS2 on ultra 60-100 FPS out of combat when paired with a 3570K, definitely holds true.
Problem is I deployed/got run over by a tank in the middle of no where. Looked beautiful.
Wish I had all the parts needed to put my PC together when I bought it rather than needing to wait 3 months.
First custom build.