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Pros: runs everything at ultra
Cons: Causes my computer to not boot after a few months.
I spent 5 hours trying to debug what happened to my computer as it randomly turned off and wouldn't start back up. Pulled out cables and minimized it to be the video card's problem. Then, I found a small chip dropping out of my video card when I pulled it out!
Other Thoughts: now I'm worried about their quality, my motherboard is a MSI board as well, mpower Z87......READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER DeathStalker USB Gaming Keyboard
Pros: hard to find a gaming keyboard that uses Chiclet style key
looks nice with the lighting if you're looking at it at a distance.
Cons: bad arrow keys.
The arrow keys feels completely different from the rest of the keys. Most of the keys are pretty much responsive, EXCEPT the arrow keys. I can press the arrow keys all the way down and it will not register. I have to push it all the way down, and then force the key down and it will eventually register somewhere (pass the "click" feeling, there is no actual "click") It gets extremely annoying because you pretty much have to slam the arrow keys for it to register. I'm not sure why the arrow keys feel so different from the rest of the keys, but this is getting extremely annoying. Not sure if this is a defect on the keyboard or a design problem. But all four arrow keys behave consistently bad.
the lighting is a little inconsistent. also you can see the plastic inside the keys from the light (for example, you can see an obvious piece of black plastic in key F5 and F6, bad design
Pros: it looks nice, cool lights
Cons: stuck at the AE error code on first boot, no video output with the both of the onboard HDMI ports (I haven't bought my video card yet)
have done a lot of trouble shooting and none of that worked.
Other Thoughts: I have a rebate for this card, so I need this to work ASAP.
I hope newegg will still honor my rebate since I can't really test this at all.
Display Name: Andy Y.
Date Joined: 09/11/03
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