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Pros: When it works: Very customizable, the quality I knew Logitech for, Comfortable to use.
Cons: If you have Windows 7 DO NOT BUY THIS MOUSE! Starting about a week or two ago the hardware of this mouse starts to bug out and you cant interact with the start menu or a lot of programs for that matter. You have to CTRL+ALT+DEL every time you do something for the mouse to work. Looked up online and this has been going on for some number of years now and not one thread did I see a fix for this. Logitech also just closed my support ticket two days after I opened it telling me it was 'resolved'. The only thing resolved was I lost respect for my favorite mouse and keyboard company. The mouse worked fine for from the time I bought it in early Spring until just a few weeks ago when it reached the waste of money stage. Apparently I'm now in the market for a new mouse now, and unless Logitech can prove my otherwise I may be looking for another brand for once.
Other Thoughts: Again, from what I read this is really only a problem with Windows 7, probably only the x64 version but I could be wrong.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very noticable improvement upgrading from 1333MHz DDR3 to this 2133MHz. Corsair RAM hasn't let me down since I started using their memory.
Cons: None so far!
Other Thoughts: Paired up with an AMD A10-7850K APU 3.7GHz and an Asus A88X-PLUS motherboard.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Noticed a very nice improvement in game frame rate from my old Phenom II 1100T X6 CPU. Bought with 8GB of Corsair 2133MHz and I may not need to upgrade for some time now. The PCI-e 3.0 likely also made a large improvement. Before upgrading to this CPU my computer struggled with running EQ Landmark on high settings.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Interesting that the price is cheaper than when I bought my previous CPU, I wonder what big bad processors AMD plans to release for this new socket.
Paired up with my XFX R7870 Card and immediately noticed my computer taking more advantage than my old CPU could.