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Bottom Mounted PSU
Cable Management Holes & Supplies
Great Airflow & Fan Options
Excellent Front Panel
Fairly Light Weight
Rubber Grommits/Padding/Insulation to prevent vibrations on PSU, CD Drive, Hard Drive etc.
Cons: On mine, the Rear Panel would not slide all the way on, and the rear panel thumb screws had been tightened all the way down causing it panel to bend a little where the screw hole is.
No rubber grommits around cable management holes
Not enough ziptie spots on back
Could use a little more cable management holes
Does not come with a Side fan which I feel it needs to get optimal airflow
Sliding a SSD into the Hard Drive cage was a little difficult as it kept wanting to tear up the rubber rings instead of slide over them. But i eventually got it, more by shifting it down over them instead of back over them.
Other Thoughts: For the price of $60 i paid for it this case blows away all other cases ive seen in its price range. It looks and feels closer to a $120 case. Very well designed, easy to work with case that resembles HIGH end cases like the corsair 600 & 800 series but with a few cuts in design/materials to bring it down to an awesome price point.
This review is from: SteelSeries Siberia 51007SS 3.5mm Connector Canal In-Ear Headset (white)
Pros: Comfortable, sensitive microphone so you dont need to worry about where you clip it too much, great for Skype & Voice chat, easy on the ears to lay on, inexpensive.
Extension cord comes in very handy and can be used with other headsets as well. It comes in 3 separate pieces, the earphones, the microphone, and the extension cord. All 3 are independent of one another. Though there are smaller clips along the micrphones cord to allow your to clip it to the headphones cord for better cord management.
Cons: The bass is a little weak, but perfectly acceptable for what these cost and their size.
Since the microphone is a separate deal, it can get annoying to have to take off earphones AND microphone so you can get up and move around.
Since they are noise canceling earpieces you hear a bit of your own voice echo in your head but not real bad.
The mute button on the microphone broadcasts a loud pop when you turn it on and off to whoever is listening, like in ventrilo or skype.
Other Thoughts: For the price this is an excellent setupREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER Lycosa Keyboard
Pros: ANY key on the keyboard can be reprogrammed
Automatic profile switching for different games/general OS use
Keys have a very nice gripping texture
Backlight is bright, and evenly distributed
Antighosting keys helps when playing fast action games
Key feedback is springy and responsive and has a nice slight clack.
Cons: No dedicated macro keys.
Caps/scroll/num lock led is a little too bright.
Multimedia controls are touch sensative but give not visual, tactile, or audible feedback so you cant tell if its doing anything when you touch the multimedia keys. For example if you want to turn down your volume cause the last IM you received was loud, you cant tell how much you are turning it down or how long to leave your finger on there or if its turning it down at all.
Other Thoughts: Its a good keyboard, but make it a tiny bit wider and use that extra space to put some small macro keys on the left hand side.
Price needs to be lower, and multimedia controls need to be real buttons or have an OCD which displays volume/play/next etc like a TV does.
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