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Pros: Very nice size.
Very nice design. With the high DPI it is a perfect claw-grip with your wrist on the desk. 1600dpi and it never needs to move more than a inch or two over the mouse pad to cover the whole screen with my 1440p display.
I like the design of the thumb area, but* *see cons.
Cons: Does not have enough available buttons to be used as a good gaming mouse. *I need at least 6 side buttons, tilt wheel, at least 2 extra top buttons, and on the fly dpi change.
Needs better support for ring finger. Really needs a 3rd click for the ring finger like the G600.
Other Thoughts: Is way too expensive to be used as an average desktop mouse. Add some features and brand it for gaming.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Carbide Series 500R Arctic White Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case
awesome space for my 240mm radiator in the top.
great ventilation for your PSU.
lots of room for hardware inside.
Cons: LEDs are a little bit too blue. don't exactly match my other white LEDs.
Other Thoughts: response to multiple reviews here:
if you wanted fans in the top, buy some. the description clearly states how many and where the fans are located.
all of you claiming your PSU doesn't fit because screw holes don't line up:
you're putting it in upside down! there is a vent underneath for the fan to suck in air and then blow out the back!
hard to believe people can be this dim.
Pros: was at a very nice price when i picked it up, ~$80.
runs very quiet.
stay cool even with heavy 1440p gaming going on. Corsair 500R w extra fans helps with that.
cables are easily managed and tucked away. 500R also helps with this. mostly modular.
Cons: very ugly graphics printed on the side facing out.
Other Thoughts: i wouldn't spend $115 on this 750w version but if you can get it below $85 it's a good deal.
i7-4790K @ 4.6GHz
2x 4GB DDR3 2400
2x 2TB, 2x 1TB SATA3 7200rpm HDs & 2x 256GB SSDs
Thermaltake Water 3.0 Extreme
2x 120mm & 2x 140mm fans
Corsair 500R case
+ external USB 3.0 drives plugged in
with no problems.
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