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Pros: Exceptionally quiet, stable power output, sufficient cords and length.
Cons: Cable management can be tricky since this lacks modularity.
Other Thoughts: This PSU was an upgrade for me to upgrade my graphics card, (From GTX 480 to GTX 780). Has plenty of Amps on the 12v. Everything else has miniscule, if any, fluctuations. IF you need a solid power supply and want to save a few bucks, this wil work perfectly.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Creative Fatal1ty Gaming Headset
Pros: Purchased this headset mostly for gaming etc. I had a studio headphone set that got too heavy.
Set feels good, microphone works well with TS3 etc. Sounds come through well, has a bit of a bass boost that is annoying if you have your own EQ, but it's forgiveable.
Very lightweight, won't fatigue your neck.
Cons: No adjustment on the earpieces, so if you have a larger head, it may not fit well. A very nitpicky con, but something to consider.
Set is lighter, could break if abused, but this is true of all things.
Pros: Killer graphics in a small formfactor. Appealing Asthetics. Solid Construction.
Cons: Very power hungry, requires decent ventilation.
Other Thoughts: I bought this laptop as a replacement for an ailing HP dv6000 series entertainment laptop. The difference in quality between these two models is outstanding.
The two main point considered were the 14" form factor and decent discrete graphics capabilities. Comparatively, most ASUS laptops with a respectable graphics adapter generally come in the 17" flavor. Not looking for a desktop replacement, this computer seemed to fit the bill. After using for about a month, would wholeheartedly say it does.
If you want a small computer with the ability to run games a decent quality. This is a top contender.
Only con is battery life, just under 2 hours. Given the power under the hood in this, I am not surprised.