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This review is from: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 PlayStation 3 Activision
Pros: Bluray! The 10 item loadout system is pretty nifty - you can focus more on your weapons or perks. Maps are alright, though that goes for most CoDs.
Cons: 12 yr olds who say terrible things, and 22 yr olds who argue right back. That being said, There is a mute all. They still rip you off on DLC
Other Thoughts: Typical CoD experience, but feels pretty smooth.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs most games I throw at it - Minecraft, Borderlands, Skyrim (not at max, but at regular settings.) Dual video cards have not had any issues thus far, and no overheating even with sustained use.
Cons: Left control key keeps popping out of its place. Battery life is average (Gaming on battery is a bad idea anyhow.)
Other Thoughts: Worth the money, and used for work, play, and more. Lenovo seems to make a sturdy laptop.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Enormous, plenty of space for whatever you got. Great airflow provided by the included fans - also a cool red glow all around. Comes with a ton of black hardware (screws, etc) for mounting everything.
Cons: Enormous (in my case, power supply cables were not long enough to run through "cable management"), The quality of materials is questionable... the underside rear of the top (where screws are located) is plastic, and breaks easily (pulling out of box snapped a small piece of mine) and the mesh around the front and top can be dented very easily. For the price, I would expect no plastic, especially on one of the few surfaces where it can be gripped from the top.
Other Thoughts: Its a very cool case, and is nice for showing off. The side panel is covered by a mesh, which makes seeing into the machine difficult. In my case, to mount the PSU in the bottom, facing up, meant I was unable to hide all of my cables. Power button acts kinda sketchy (Could be operator error.) Knowing what I do about this case, I'd buy it again.
Asus M5A990fx Pro R2.0
AMD FX 6350
GSkilll DDR3 12800 16GB
EVGA GTX770SC 2GB
Crucial M4 SSD