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Pros: Look cool, Has a ton of promise over the RAT7 I own.
Cons: Zero quality. First two I got had major scroll wheel drag, Third one drag was tolerable and now only a few months of casual use less than 4 hrs/day. The scroll wheel will now scroll up at random on its own or even when your scrolling down... Combine with the left and right click buttons going out for everyone (as did my rat7) in less than a year. Its just not worth owning.
Other Thoughts: Hard to believe i still have my old ps/2 mouse i used to play StarCraft Broodwar on and it still works fine.... used that mouse every day all day for 3 years all the clicks still work..... Simply put madcats is selling a mouse that is about 15$ in actual value and charging you over 100$ Shame on you madcats good luck to you tho i'm sure your company will continue to grow and prosper lol.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: cant remember the last time i got a DOA motherboard, let alone a 600$ motherboard Oh that's right never haha! jokes on me!
Other Thoughts: Package was received in perfect condition tested on multiple power supplies. tested out of case on table with only CPU installed. Hit power button only to have it blink on and imminently power off then back on and so on.
This indicate board is DOA from electro static discharge or was defective from mfg. I would think Asrock would test a $600 board before shipping. With that said maybe they should start using a antistatic bag like 99% of all the other motherboards come in....(idk just thought it was odd that this one has no antistatic bag.)
I am no expert but have built enough computers in the last 14 years to know how to handle a mother board.
Pros: all 3 chips worked when i installed.
runs stable on my x58 1600 9,9,9,27 t2
Cons: one died after very little run time they all have active cooling and were set to 1.65v
Other Thoughts: never had a memory chip die on me ever. even with extreme voltage chips would degrade but never just up and die so i guess i just got a bad one.READ FULL REVIEW