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Pros: Awesome motherboard. Intuitive design and layout made for easy troubleshooting and overclocking.
For first builders or those still on the rocks about it, the Q-LEDs are godsend as a different light indicates where the failure is happening. It's got a light for CPU, VGA, PSU, and RAM - to help narrow down your first-start problems.
It also has an awesome, easily readable number display which corresponds to a failure somewhere on the MOBO. You manual shows all the number codes.
Plus an easy to see and reach start and reset button directly on the board itself for easy BIOS access.
Cons: Fan ports are a little spread out - but that could just be where my case has them.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Case came with a lot small but effective perks - box for screws (seriously so helpful). Quick release SSD plates, quick release drive bays, and even a PSU cover.
Lots of room in there to have some excellent airflow and the side windows are in perfect placement for viewing.
Cons: The onboard USB and audio ports in the front run to a 'chip' on the back plate. I suppose it's personal preference but I'd rather just run them to the MOBO.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Sabertooth Elite Gaming Controller for Xbox 360
Pros: Controller is responsive, stylish, and high quality. D-Pad is a HUGE upgrade from the stock 360 controller and the joysticks have a lot better feedback. Extra buttons (removable) that are on the back have yet to really come in handy, but it's nice to know they are completely removable.
Has an extra long braided cable that's nice for those who don't sit right next to their tv or monitor.
Best part: works on PC too (tested with Windows 7) without any special software - just plug and play. So you get PC graphics with console leisure.
Bought it for $60, which not bad. Not sure about the retail $80 tag though.
Cons: Not really a con, but I expected it to feel a bit heavier and sturdier. Nonetheless, it's a superb controller.READ FULL REVIEW