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This review is from: Rosewill THOR V2 Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case - Supports up to E-ATX / XL-ATX, comes with Four Fans - 1 x Front Red LED 230mm Fan, 1 x Top 230mm Fan, 1 x Side 230mm Fan, 1 x Rear 140mm Fan
Pros: large. Bottom mounted PSU, case fans push enough air. Nice looking. Fan controllers and USB 3's! Nothing fell apart when I received it. Wire management is amazing, seeing as how I have a non-modular psu and I was able to stuff everything behind the mobo without trouble.
Cons: Might be a bit too large for some psu's, seeing other reviews complain about cord length, I had no trouble however. I found a black plastic piece at the bottom of my case, but I can't tell what it fell from, and all plastic pieces are intact.
Other Thoughts: Going from a midcase to a full, this was more then worth it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice size, friend with claw grip recommends it, and I lay my hand flat on it and it feels nice.
Lights are bright and vibrant.
Clicks are short, but extremely confident (clicky.)
Easy-shift is more then just useful, it's game changing.
Tilt wheel is not going to deviate from where you push it.
Everything clicks very confidently and you can feel the quality.
High DPI, no cursor jump after a full month of use.
Adjustable weight! :3
Using alongside a ROCCAT Isku FX, it's simply brilliant.
Drivers, while a bit of a pain, have not crashed once and are, with a bit of practice and plenty of tinkering, very useful in the customization process.
Cons: ... I don't really know, the only problem I've had is the cursor stopped working at one point and I thought the mouse broke, but it turned out to be nothing but a hair blocking the optical. So... Overly sensitive optical?
That and the scroll wheel is a tiny bit of a pain to push down. Left and right is fine, up and down is smooth and comfortable, but pushing it down can result in finger pains if done for an extended amount of time.
Other Thoughts: Well worth $75, you get quality.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, $400 fast most definitely.
Nothing wrong so far even after OC tests.
Fans push alot of air and keep the card under 55 degrees C in my case under extreme load and OC'd. Very nice indeed. Though for some reason at stock clock and under the same load it creeps up to 59C, not deal breaking, might be something on my side.
Cons: Pushing the card towards its limits, on mine, it crashed after going over 1200mhz clock. This might be a fault in the card, but I personally don't like/need it over what its default is, it was just to test quality. You're not going to need to OC this thing any time soon, especially in Crossfire.
Rather large card. Fits snugly in my Rosewill THOR case with a decent bit of room to spare, but it is still really big.
Other Thoughts: Well worth the $400 bucks it's at as of this moment if you can fit it in your case. If you're looking for an upgrade from a 6900 or below this is your card.READ FULL REVIEW