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This review is from: Perixx PX-1100 Backlit Gaming Keyboard - Red/Blue/Purple Illuminated Keys
Pros: Solid construction. Keys are sound dampened, very quiet typing. Leds are really neat and you can turn down their intensity.
Cons: Only one: The color change buttons are right below the volume buttons and they are not lit up. So sometimes you might hit the wrong one on accident. But once you're used to it, it's no big deal.
Other Thoughts: Perixx customer service is just awesome. I had a mouse die on me. I sent them a message two days before Xmas, and they responded on Xmas EVE!! Not only that, five days later, they're sending me a replacement.
Only one form to fill out, no circus of messages, no shipping expenses. Absolutely the best experience I've had with a customer service dept.
Buy their brand without worry, because they stand behind their product.
Pros: I knew I wanted a Titan X. No more frustrating SLI card issues like forcing SLI or games not configured to even use SLI properly.
I wanted a Titan BUT, my system is watercooled. And after careful reading and comparing, I saw that you cannot modify a Titan stock cooler at all without voiding the warranty. -_-
Not only that but stock coolers or the price of the Titan had not changed at all. And it seemed everyone was more interested in the 980ti than the Titan.
And then there was the EVGA Hydro Copper. It was more expensive BUT it had an EK block and a warranty. Not only that, EVGA gives you an option to buy a 10 year warranty on the card for 60 bucks. TEN YEARS! Needless to say, I got it. If you're getting a Titan, you're expecting it to last for a long long time. And this extended warranty gives you plenty peace of mind.
Cons: Like others have noted, the white LED lol. I thought for sure it would be red like the other hydro coppers I've seen. But it was white.
If you have a R5E like me, you can get those Ram Coolers with the little fans from Gskill that are red but also have white LEDs. They kinda go together. Then add some edge LED lighting. You can still do red under you water blocks or close to your board and it won't look out of place. Or you can just turn it off altogether in the Gforce experience control panel.
Other Thoughts: I only have Swiftech 240 X running everything for now b/c my resevoir still isn't in (Lookin at you primochill). Which doesn't give it a lot of rad room. But it still idles at 30 degrees. It runs Witcher 3 in 2880x1620 full options with MSAA injector at 80 percent load. There's not stutters, hiccups or mislicks. It's just nice reliable GPU power.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great little card, had mine since 2010. Small and fits nicely into the first pci slot of a motherboard.
Cons: The molex adapter is awful just b/c of its presence. There's not way to make the wiring look good. But that's not the card's fault :P
Other Thoughts: You will need the drivers every time you install win7. Windows will not find you a driver automatically.
If you don't have a cd, they're very easy to d/'l from syba's site.