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best sensor on the market
extremely responsive buttons
feels pretty good
braided cables are a PITA, so I was happy when I found out this one wasn't braided.
Cons: Going from the G500 to this felt weird at first, but I finally got used to it, and I'm happy with it now.
The shape may not be comfortably for some(smaller hands), even I find it kind of awkward feeling.
Other Thoughts: I got tired of the giant G500 after 3 years and wanted something that I could claw grip, and after having to cancel mt order for a CM Storm Spawn(the store couldn't get their hands on one), I decided to go with this mouse, and I'm pretty pleased so far.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Overclocked to 4.5 GHz and it stays under 65 C, usually around 50 C while gaming and 90% usage. Using a Hyper 212 EVO
Increase in performance wasn't the most amazing improvement, but it was noticeable. I went from an FX 6300 to this, and I just game and browse the internet(no coding, editing, or anything like that). I wasn't expecting miracles, but I just wasn't impressed with the small increase in game performance.
It's faster overall, but I wouldn't go over a budget just to get this CPU over an AMD CPU.
Cons: Price/performance in games isn't nearly as good as AMD.
Other Thoughts: With the overclock, my benchmark scores are about the same as the 4770kREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: This thing is sturdy. idk if it's the sturdiest case on the market, but it's by far sturdier than any other case I've ever owned.
It looks amazing. It's sleek and simple. No over exaggerated curves or bright lights or alien looking design, and it's certainly not about to transform into a giant robot.
The front door is awesome. It hides the cd/dvd/bluray player, the fans and the fan control while still allowing airflow.
Before I removed all the vent covers for maximum airflow. this thing was SILENT. I had my Hyper 212 EVO turned all the way up and I couldn't even hear it.
The built in fan control is awesome. Just plug your fans in, which helps prevent wire clutter, and plug it into a molex cable and you're good to go. I leave it turned all the way up because I have my i5 4690k overclocked to 4.5 GHz on air.
Plenty of room for cable management in the back.
I love the USB plugs on top instead of sticking out the front.
Cons: Not sure if it's the case's fault or the motherboard, or my own, but the front headphone jack is has poor sound quality and 1 channel(both ears, but it doesn't play in 1 ear at a time)
Other Thoughts: The power LED can be tricky. My motherboard has 3 pins for the power LED, so I had to plug the wires into the 2 outer pins instead of side by side.READ FULL REVIEW