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This review is from: Corsair Vengeance 2100 Circumaural Wireless Dolby 7.1 Gaming Headset
Pros: Great range of sound in the headphones. Crisp, clear and tight notes all across the range. Decent punch on the bass end.
Sound from the mic is crisp and clear. There is a feedback feature where you can hear yourself speaking in the headset so you know how loud you're talking. The flip-up to mute feature is also nice. Its easy to tell if you're on a hot mic because it's in front of your face.
Battery life is good as is the comfort. The ear pieces pivot on two axis so they'll be a comfortable fit for just about anyone.
Transmission range is very good.
Cons: There's a soft, white-noise hiss at low volumes. I found this infuriating at first but have kind of learned to deal with it. I knocked off an egg because I'm a bit of an audiophile.
A bit heavy but after awhile you won't notice.
Other Thoughts: If you're looking for a good wireless headset, go ahead and add this to your cart. Little quibbles aside, this is a solid headset you won't regret purchasing.
I've been buying products from Corsair from awhile and have yet to be disappointed.
Pros: Amazingly fast drive! Installed Win 7 from a USB drive in 10 minutes. Win 7 boots in 15 seconds or so. Load screens inbetween scene changes on Skyrim take less than five seconds.
When I say fast I mean FAST. It wasn't DOA and it had the latest firmware installed when I got it.
Cons: Doesn't include a 2.5 to 3.5 adapter... Wouldn't been nice.
Price is the only other issue I see.
Pros: This is an incredibly fast processor. I upgraded from a Q6600 that I ran for four or so years to this and am surprised at how much of a difference there is.
I suspect this system will last me another 5 years or maybe even longer.
Cons: None. If you want to overclock, get the K series.
Other Thoughts: Since this is a non OC version of the i7 processor, don't even bother with an aftermarket cooler. The stock heatsink/fan will keep it plenty cool no matter what you're doing.
I used to be an AMD fan until the Q6600 came out. Once I had that processor I never looked back. Intel has brought out another chip with the same kind of "Wow!" factor as the last one.