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Pros: It looks cool.
It has connectors.
It does stuff.
Cons: It will only work with the ROG boards that have the connector!
There is only one AMD board (the Crossblade Ranger) that supports it and that's an APU board. :(
Most of the Intel ROG boards have the connector. :/
Other Thoughts: I had to sell this because it didn't work with my Crosshair V Formula Z.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: It's very comfortable.
Buttons are very logical.
Has 3 thumb buttons!
Free-wheel switch is easily accessible.
Incredible DPI level.
Cons: Game profiles aren't the same as G9. It doesn't seem as full featured. Don't expect it to be the same.
It feels a bit light and cheap compared to the G9.
Other Thoughts: I'm sad the G9 is no longer made. This G502 is a great mouse but it's not the best ever. That said, I'd still recommend it to anyone. It's very reminiscent of the G5 and a very well designed mouse.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cool. Quiet. Hardly get's hot. Lives up to the hype.
Performance after play testing and benchmarking is equivalent or better than my EVGA 780ti.
Cons: It's huge. I mean MEGA large. Very close tolerances in my case.
If you want to Crossfire this bad boy get ready for a mother board challenge. It takes up 2 1/2+ slots, or basically 3 slots. So you can't simply plug 3 of these in. In fact I don't think there's a motherboard in existence that can crossfire these 3-way without using water cooling.
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