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This review is from: Mionix NAOS 5000 7 Buttons USB Laser 5040 dpi Mouse
Pros: -super comfortable
-great for just about any genre (except for fast twitch shooters)
-Side led change as you change dpi settings and looks cool
Cons: -not good for fast twitch games
-couldn't see any difference when switching between the different shades of colors and some of the led colors didn't look like the colors the software depicted
-side buttons small and strangely placed
-not offered in whit or any other colors
Other Thoughts: I found this mouse to be comfortable but it just didn't allow for my style of grip so I found my performance in BF3 severely lacking. also in the mionix software for the mouse you have different shades of blues and greens and several other colors but I could not tell any difference between some of the different shades and color settings. lastly I found myself reaching uncomfortably for the side buttons, especially the forward button. I like to set my knife to the back button and the forward button to grenade. I found these buttons to be arbitrary or at least designed for someone's personal preference and for myself it was easiest to just use my keyboard instead of changing my grip on the mouse just to melee or grenade an enemy. lastly everything works as you want and the buttons click feels fast and reliable, the latches for the weights would sometimes not close properly and I would have to open and reset them to fit flush. the scroll wheel and dpi buttons are satisfying to use to the point that I would find myself playing with them while I surfed the web. If the design of the mouse had a few sharper edges as apposed to curves designed more for comfort than fast twitch accuracy. Everything I say is subject to debate but for myself the mouse is not for me but at the same time it was super comfy and controlled great if you can justify a wired gaming mouse at an eighty dollar price point that feels better suited for rpg's and mmo's than any other genre.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: corsair is awesome and they make reliable gear that doesn't tear a hole in my pocket. great power supply I haven't owned it long so weather or not it lasts we will see but its corsair so I'm not too worried.
Cons: only problem I have had is the 8pin CPU power connector isn't long enough to go into the back of my case and behind the motherboard and reach the connector at the top of my ASUS Motherboard so if your planning on making your case look really nice and clean and your going to route your cables in the back I would suggest picking up an 8pin 12v extension just in case.
Other Thoughts: in my book you can't go wrong with corsair this PSU will most likely last the entirety of my new builds life.
remember that 12v extension depending on your rig, don't say I didn't warn ya.