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Pros: 1 TB, 7200 RPM, etc. I don't need to list all of the specs, they are on the page above these reviews...
Works as it should. Plugged it in, partitioned into 2 different partitions, one for windows and one for storage. So far so good. My old Windows drive had 500+ bad sectors (lol).
Prices seem to just keep going down for storage and I'm now at 3TB in my rig and will always need more.
Cons: None, other than it's not an SSD but... duh.
Other Thoughts: I'm always tempted to buy 2TB plus drives, even a 4TB drive, but the thought of a drive that big failing on me sort of scares me since I have yet to have the redundancy to backup my current storage.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PIONEER DDJ-SX DIGITAL PERFORMANCE DJ CONTROLLER FOR SERATO DJ SOFTWARE DDJSX
Pros: Amazing jog wheels, the pads all work fantastically and they really made good use of them (easy hot cues, roll, slicer and sampler). The faders feel great. I'm used to the faders on my old Akai MPD24 (which are also great) and these are just as good if not better.
Mixer works standalone (the filters are built in!), which adds so many more uses for the controller. Knobs all have rubber grip and feel very smooth. Individual gain and meter for each channel.
Needle search is also amazing and probably one of my favorite features.
Lastly, it just looks beautiful. Very CDJ look and feel. In my opinion, one of the best controllers you can get without taking the step to CDJs (which was to expensive for me), but still have the look and feel of them.
Cons: I have read the jog wheels aren't as responsive in Traktor for scratching, but I'm still new to scratching and have yet to try them in Serato to actually compare.
That's about the only issue I could think of. I've had zero problems with it so far.
Other Thoughts: It's pretty large (which to me is a GOOD thing, who wants a tiny controller that looks like a child's toy?), and the build quality is A+, just as top of the line Pioneer mixers.
SQ seems to be up to par with a DJM-850 (as I've read), or at least close, which impressive considering the price. This thing can push out some SERIOUS volume levels.
Pros: It's a mid range card, so exactly what one would expect from a mid range card, but a little more. It's got a better cooling solution than most of the single fan cards, and looks better too. Did cut my hand on the sharp edges when taking it out of my PCI-E slot once though.
Cons: None, you get what you pay for and this is a fantastic deal. Price to performance ratio is outstanding.
Other Thoughts: I just ordered another one yesterday for crossfire.
System will be as follows:
FX-8350 with Corsair H100i water cooler
ASUS M5A99FX PRO RV2
G.SKILL Ares, 16GB total
XFX Double D HD 7850 x2 in crossfire
Rosewill Hive-750 750watt
RAIDMAX Smilodon Silver case
Also, to the poster below, the games aren't even out yet, so no duh you aren't going to be able to redeem them yet.