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Pros: 1) Cost effective cooling solution
2) Seems well designed and well made.
Cons: 1) Instructions are unclear (hard to figure out which holes to use for Haswell)
2) Poor packaging, critical parts were missing
Other Thoughts: After much research I decided to give Silverstone coolers a try. I opened the box, and discovered that the plastic bag that contained ALL of the parts had broken open. This may have been a problem with shipping, or that the metal parts included in the bag poked a hole in in.
Regardless, there are 4 insulating grommets that are critical to prevent the metal bracket from having direct contact with the motherboard (and thus, your CPU). One was missing. They only included 4, no extras. So, the $1800 worth of computer parts are now made useless due to the lack of a $0.05 grommet.
This review is from: Logitech G9 Black 9 Buttons Tilt Wheel USB Wired Laser 3200 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: Great build quality
Interchangeable chassis pads
Can change the dpi setting on the fly
Cons: The price
Other Thoughts: I was initially very hesitant about spending this much for a wired mouse. I have been convinced. The quality of this device is great. It just feels very solid. Even browsing the interweb is a pleasure with the G9.
I like a heavier mouse, and with the addition of more weight I was able to get the feel that I wanted. I like the larger, grippier pads, but I know that many like the small, hard version.
The software is very cool. You customize the LED colors, settings, as well as which apps use what profiles.
If you are a heavy computer user, and finicky about your input devices, this is the way to go.
Pros: Well designed cable layout.
Connectors for just about anything you could think of.
Cables seem long enough for most runs in most cases, but if you have a large tower, you could have some trouble with some drives.
Cons: Arrived DOA.
Non modular design means that there was a huge glot of unused cables sitting in the bottom of the case.
Other Thoughts: I had been lusting after a PC Power and Cooling PSU since I started building about 10 years ago. I finally was in a position to buy/need one now. Unfortunately, they have been bought my OCZ, their supplies are now build in China, and it shows. I was concerned about the large number of DOA complaints recently. Seems I had a right to be. I'll be looking elsewhere. Sorry to see such a great brand sullied.READ FULL REVIEW
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