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Pros: As far as sound quality (Not comfort) goes, once properly configured with the control center, the sound quality rivals my pair of $300 Bose QuitComfort headphones.
Detachable mic is great
Mic quality is decent
My front panel audio gives feedback, so the USB converter is a welcome addition!
Cons: Not as comfortable as some of the $50 range headsets I have used, but what it lacks here it makes up for elsewhere!
Other Thoughts: Great pair of budget headphones/headset!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Paired with 4gb of 1866MHz ram,
Can run Fallout: New Vegas at high settings with great FPS
Can run GTA IV at low settings, excluding textures with decent FPS.
With good case fans, stock cooler seems to run cool. (Idle at 35-40c,45-55c when gaming)
Being capable of crossfire, leaves room for future upgrades.
Cons: Like another reviewer stated, only supports up 1866Mhz ram without automatically reseting to defaults. May be board specific, but i doubt it.
Could have a better stock cooler.
Other Thoughts: Amazing budget APU!
Excellent gaming performance for the price!
This review is from: NZXT M59 - 001BK Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Very light, yet strong material!
Stock fans push a lot of air!
Relatively good wire management, but could be better,
'Stealth' optical drive bay keeps those ugly drives hidden until needed.
Very nice 2.5" drive adapter, can hold two laptop/solid state drives!
Front panel is easy to remove!
Cons: Incorrect motherboard standoff mounting points. On my Micro ATX board, the bottom right hole has no mounting point.
Just a minor con, as it makes no real difference.
- May be specific to the MSI FM2-A55M-E33 motherboard.
Also, I get feedback on my front panel audio connectors. Again, minor problem for me, as I will not be using them.
Other Thoughts: Great budget case
Nice Blue and green Power and HDD activity LED's
Great stock cooling fans
2.5" adapter is a plus
- Side panel seems to be slightly tinted, not a big deal,but worth mentioning.
Display Name: Don W.
Date Joined: 12/18/11
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