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This review is from: Logitech G440 (943-000049) Hard Gaming Mouse Pad
Pros: It stays in place, no matter what. The rubber texture on the bottom is very grippy.
With any Logitech G series mouse, the textured top will allow some amazing gliding.
Cons: Large. So if you're a bit tight on desk space, be aware you will have to figure something out.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very responsive in wired or wireless mode.
Buttons have great action, you can really feel the click.
Smooth texture on top allows for easy re-positioning, while rougher texture on sides provides good grip.
Cons: When reconnecting or disconnecting from wired-wireless mode, the system stutters. Never had a mouse that did this, so not sure if it's normal.
No way to adjust the weight. I generally like my mice heavy. Not a big deal though, because with a rechargeable battery, it still feels fairly heavy.
Other Thoughts: I love this mouse! It's worth the money.
Combined with the G440 Hard Gaming Pad, it's liquid smooth movement.
Pros: I was running BF4 with a Phenom X4 970 BE (OCed to 4ghz) and my GTX 760 and then upgraded to this CPU. Obviously got a new MB too, but of course, performance in gaming and all around went way up.
I used to be an AMD fan, great over-clocking, nice, and cheap. But I'll be darned if anyone thinks this CPU isn't worth the money.
Cons: Just mentioning this. I've tried various OC settings. With my AMD config, same graphics card and memory, the GPU and RAM were 100% stable (RAM from 1333 to 1600). This new config though (GIGABYTE GA-Z87X-UD4H), I've been getting a lot of crash dumps (blue screen). "A lot" is relative, but going from 0 to 1 or more a day is huge.
Currently I've got the base clock at 3.6Ghz (boosts at default) and the RAM at 1333 and haven't had a problem.