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Pros: lots of features, awesome lights and possible QUAD SLI. Beautiful graphical bios.
Cons: Well its fragile. When I first got it, I had to do a lot of work just to get my mouse and keyboard to berecognized by the usb ports so I could get into the bios. Now, for some really bad news, I got a new case capable of holding 4 videocards, and during the transfer of the motherboard something must have gone wrong. Its now dead and im RMAing the board to EVGA. There support is great and I paid for overnight cross shipping service so I should have a new motherboard within a few days.
Other Thoughts: Im a huge EVGA fan, never had a product fail on me like this from EVGA ever. I Still have my 750i motherboard I bought back in 2008 and it still is running strong. It may have been just a bad board from the start, but ill update my review when my RMA is done.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G35 USB 2.0 Connector Surround Sound Headset
Pros: You know when you've warn headphones too long and they make your ears hurt, these are not like that. Unless you have abnormally large ears (they've gotta be huge) you will experience no pain at all after wearing these for hours. The sound is great, so is the mike and the programmable G keys are awesome. I bought a pair of these for 100$ some years ago. I cant imagine refurbished ones are all that different. The pair ive had now has lasted me over 3 years, so I think its safe to say they are well made. The cord on them is extremely long with some outer coating for protection. It wont break or wear down easily. These are really, in my opinion, as a Logitech fan, the best set of gaming headphones one can buy. There may be some better sets out there,, costing 100 or 200$, but theres nothing that will beat these at 45$ I promise you that.
Other Thoughts: Get em! Completely worth it! Nothing will be better for 45$READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ARCTIC Freezer 13 CPU Cooler - Intel & AMD, 200W Cooling Capacity, 92mm PWM Fan
Pros: Its quiet and can handle a lot of heat. It also looks cool in my case! temps never get over 55C at full load for my core 2 quad extreme running at 4.1GHz.
Cons: Its big and heavy, it also dose not allow for modifications. Like adding a different fan with a higher cfm or setting up a push pull system (one fan pushing air in and another fan on the other end pulling the air out) your stuck with the fan that comes with the cooler. Unless want to start using glue or tape.
Other Thoughts: Still a good cooler for the money, very quite and it will keep your temps low, especially for 40$READ FULL REVIEW