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MSI Radeon R9 390 DirectX 12 R9 390 GAMING 8G 8GB 512-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
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  • Owned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Lets start off by saying that this card and the drivers worked perfectly fine from the start on a new build. Downloaded AMD drivers and everything is smooth, 1440p 144hz working perfectly fine, great temperatures while gaming (Default fan settings from MSI afterburner) between 65C to 75C and idles at between 55-62 C when just under light use (With a room temperature of 80-86 Fahrenheit). This card does really well for a 1440p setup due to the need for more video ram in this category of gaming and this card delivers it, which is why it is a better choice over Nvidia at the higher resolution. So far I have run into no problems with this card, runs pretty cool in a single graphics card setup, does really well in 1440p, AMD drivers not as bad as I expected and no issues with any games. Crossfire is really easy on this card and newer generation AMD cards with no need for a Crossfire bridge. I would choose this card over a GTX 970 4GB for 1440p or if the user would like to crossfire multiple times for 4k gaming although there are much better options out there for that.

Cons: Power consumption requirements for this card a little high but again it is delivering a lot of power so it is not worth taking off points for this reason (this also may explain slightly higher running temperatures than the MSI GTX 970 counterparts which have less power consumption) and this will require a slightly beefier power supply and even more so if you plan on getting crossfire in the future (900+ watt for crossfire).

Other Thoughts: This card is only available in RED from MSI, so if anyone is making a color scheme driven build then it better be red friendly, this card went into a blue/frost build and I still would choose to go with it again.

Kensington K72356US Black 3 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical Mouse
  • Verified Owner
  • Owned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Easy to use, just plug in and use. Looks good for a mouse. Reliable plug and wire. Great price

Cons: Slightly smaller than other mice that I have owned, you get used to it very quickly, not worth a loss of an egg.

Other Thoughts: A decent mouse from a reliable seller and brand.

Newst Waterproof Case Cover Skin + Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy S4 IV I9500 with Audio Port Deep Blue
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: Looks good for a waterproof and shockproof case, instructions are easy and overall easy to put together. Tested in water and it does work fully submerged. Easy to take apart. Good for the price.

Cons: The only problem that I have had is the plug for the headphones when you want to take it into water. The plug is a small screw that can be seen in the images. This plug is nearly impossible to unplug once fully plugged in. You literally need pliers to unscrew it. It is impossible to unscrew it using your fingers. Understandable since it has to be water tight but kind of a hassle. Should have been made like the charger area where it clips water tight.

Other Thoughts: It seems kind of bulky but it is acceptable since it is a waterproof case and also shockproof.


Mark H.'s Profile

Display Name: Mark H.

Date Joined: 12/17/10

  • Reviews: 29
  • Helpfulness: 7
  • First Review: 06/14/12
  • Last Review: 08/06/15
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