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This review is from: G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM780 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Cherry MX Brown Switches
Pros: - Individual key color assignment
- Easy to press keys
- Easy to use software
- Looks great on the desk
Cons: - Mechanical so it makes clicking sounds that may or may not drive you crazy. This is personal preference though.
- I have two Y keys where one should be a T.
Other Thoughts: My experience with this keyboard was great. Aside from the fact that I have two Y keys and no T key, I really enjoy this keyboard. Well, I do not really enjoy the loud clicking of the keys. Loud is relative though as I'm used to the Logitech G series and I don't really see the need for myself to have a mechanical keyboard, but I know there are those of you that do. That said, it is not the loudest mechanical keyboard by any stretch.
All in all, it's one that I would recommend for someone looking for a mechanical keyboard, despite the price which is a little higher than I would want to normally spend on a keyboard. Still, this is a very nice product and the fact that literally every key is back lit programmable is pretty neat. Definitely recommend this on your short list.
Pros: - Quiet at load, silent when not
- 7 year warranty. Corsiar has done an excellent job here
- High quality craftsmanship (externally)
- Lots of power available for high end graphics cards or SLI/Crossfire Setups
Cons: - None really. See other thoughts.
Other Thoughts: Corsair has really done a marvelous job with their power supplies. In fact, this one replaces a 850 watt PSU that I had from (guess who) Corsair. That one worked perfectly fine, but my wife was in need of a better power supply for her computer so we played a little musical power supplies.
My system specs:
Asrock z97 OC Formula
Intel Core i7 4970K
Corsair H100i CPU Cooler
Asus GTX 770 4GB x2 (SLI) Graphics Card
Corsair 16 GB (8x2) 1600 MHz Modules
3x WD VelociRaptor 300 GB Drives
1x Samsung 850 Pro 512 SSD
As you can see, while not the most powerful system ever, it definitely is no slouch. Everything worked perfectly for the past month and a half that I've had this installed. I had zero issues. I really loved everything about this power supply. The price, while not the cheapest, is by far less expensive than other competing models in the same class. I would definitely put this on my short list to buy again. From the modularity to the silent (no fan movement) while at idle speeds, this power supply is a great buy.
This review is from: Seagate 2TB USB 3.0 Game Drive for Xbox STEA2000403
Pros: - Fast! Reads and writes with the drive about 1/3 full are over 100 Mb/s! Very fast, and very well built drive. (results via my PC)
- USB 3
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Works with more than just the Xbox. I was able to use it with a PS3 and my old, trusty Wii as well as my PC. I had no issues whatsoever.
Cons: Really, none.
Other Thoughts: This drive is fantastic. I use it on my Wii, primarily, for my homebrew stuff and it's been flawless. It's fast, small, and the green exterior looks cool. If you're looking for a solid external drive for your gaming system, this one should be on your short list. Great price, great product.READ FULL REVIEW