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Pros: Everything about this monitor is absolutely fantastic. I was a bit weary of ordering because of some reviews, but I must have received a good one? If I didn't intentionally order it refurbished, I would have never know it was. It arrived in a much larger box than I imagined, ASUS tape sealing the box, in perfect condition. The screen is really bright, no stuck pixels or visible backlight bleed. It's just perfect.
Cons: It wasn't a buy 1 get 2 free deal?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I am very pleased with this purchase. I have played a few matches of COD Ghosts and BF4 on highest settings with all the knobs turned to 11 and never went below 50 fps. This video card has definitely exceeded my expectations. (I figured I would need a GTX 780 for this kind of performance) It stays very cool and very quiet.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've always loved corsair power supplies because they have always been dependable and never had one fail on me. I normally get a non-modular psu but I thought I would go with a modular psu this time and wish I didn't. (see cons)
Cons: I've had this PSU for a while now to replace the stock PSU in my computer so I could add a graphics card. I just ordered the graphics card yesterday and I thought I would go ahead and connect the pci-e cables to it to get ready for the graphics card to arrive. I could connect one cable to the power supply without a problem. The other 3 cables were a problem. No matter how I would try to connect a cable to either port in the psu it would try to push pin 7 out of the connector. All the pins in the psu connectors look completely straight, all the pins in the pci-e cables connector look completely straight. All the pci-e cable connectors look identical. I can't figure out why pin 7 in all of the connectors wont connect properly. There are 2 wires connected to pin 7 leaving pin 8 is empty, which i'm sure was done on purpose (I hope) and I'm sure that is not the cause of why pin 7 wont connect properly. The graphics card I ordered only requires 2 6pin pci-e connectors. I'm hoping that pin 7 on one end of the connector is also connected to pin 7 on the other end. If that is the case then I won't have any problem when I receive my graphics card. Needless to say, when I decide to get a new psu, I will be going with one that uses a different type of connector.READ FULL REVIEW