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This review is from: ARCTIC P311 On-Ear Bluetooth Headset, Ideal for Sports, 20 Hours Playback
Pros: - This headset has ridiculously long battery life.
- The controls on the right ear are easy to get used to.
- Excellent sound quality
- very light, nice carrying case
Cons: When you put your hand over the right ear (where the bluetooth receiver must me), you lose signal and the sound cuts out. So you have to get used to adjusting the volume a certain way so this doesn't happen.
Other Thoughts: I've never has this style of headphone. It takes a little while to get used to.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This case is great. It has an incredible amount of space. The fans are decent; they aren't the best you can get for airflow, but they are sufficient and extremely quiet. The fans have both power connections which is nice.
The access slots on the rear have a nice screwless design.
The 5.25 bays have push button locks on the side that work really well.
The HDD slots have a good screwless design.
As with any screwless design, it isn't going to be as sturdy as a screw-in design...but I could have told you that before I bought it. It would be more sturdy if you welded the parts too...
Cons: It doesn't fit in the tower cabinet on my desk (of course that's my fault). Seriously though, when I saw the box that it shipped in, I thought they sent the wrong item. Please measure the spot where you are putting it because it is very high, especially if you want to use the casters. Even after reading all of the reviews saying it was huge, I was still naive in thinking my desk was big enough.
Cable management can be a little bit difficult, but that could just be a function of a large case.
The front fan could use a dust screen.
Pros: - Will meet any graphics needs
- Plays SCII on Ultra settings for every field. (didn't even hiccup once)
- serious cooling capabilities
- very quiet
Cons: - The HDMI connection is a mini-HDMI and it doesn't come with any adapter
- Double wide card (takes up 2 slots)
- This thing is huge. I was actually nervous it wouldn't fit in the case. If you have a factory build machine make sure you have enough room (a custom build should have plenty).
Other Thoughts: - This review is based on a Windows7 64-bit machine with i5 processorREAD FULL REVIEW