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This review is from: Sennheiser - Earbud Headphones (OCX 880)
Pros: I absolutely loved them. The sound quality was incredibly and the bass was amazing. Putting on a Sixx AM album sounded the best, for some reason. For me, the price was $35 which was worth every cent (I'd pay $100 for a pair of these if I heard them elsewhere).
Cons: MSRP is $200
They can hurt your ears after a few hours.
Other Thoughts: Sennheiser is by far the best audio brand that I know of.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I put two of these in RAID 0 and haven't had a problem since. They run really fast and score well on Hard Drive tests. The prices are also pretty good, and I haven't had any reliability problems.
After these, I was so impressed that I bought two Vertex IIIs for RAID 0 at my dad's computer at his work and they ran flawlessly too (and their speed had me drooling at 800MB/s, Windows booted in less than 10 seconds). I had two Onyx SSDs in other computers before these and they ran well too.
Cons: Forget about getting the rebates. OCZ makes it a real pain to get them, and mine didn't even work when I got them (the money had already been spent in some barber shop in Georgia). Consider the price before rebate to be the price you'll pay.
Minus 1 egg for the tricky rebates (I've never actually gotten a working one).
Other Thoughts: Don't use a Marvell controller for RAID. It comes on a lot of modern motherboards (Asus Sabertooth, Intel Z77) but it's not very good. Usually you can use the other RAID controllers on there and they are much better.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Paired this thing up with a 3rd gen i7 and an H100 cooler, overclocking to 4.4GHz was a breeze and it runs amazingly.
RAID 0 setup for two 60GB OCZ Agility SSDs as boot and two 1TB HDDs for files was pretty easy, but the Marvell controller is awful (avoid it at all costs).
3D BIOS is great.
Cons: None that I know of.READ FULL REVIEW