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Pros: Very comfy
Cons: This is America last I checked and your average gamer is 265 lbs. Not fat people friendly weight limitation is very upsetting and disappointing so someone need to make a better sturdier chair that can hold a max weight of 500 LBS ... someone needs to make a real man's chair.
Other Thoughts: It's comfy but if you move the seat will lose its air.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Call of Duty: Ghosts PC Game
Pros: OK I seriously laughed at the remarks the haters put on here which meant 1. The CPU they owned was bootsie and didn't get the full effect this beast has to offer. And 2. I REALLY LOL'ed at the so called "High end" PC owners that give this game a bad rating when the so called "High end" PC listed, I wouldn't even play WoW online with that. In order to get the full effects you seriously have to have a good SSD and and good CPU/GPU and you will run this at 100 FPS easy at full options up. Very smooth online play haven't glitched once or lagged up and offline play is a thing of beauty it completely craps on any console version.
Cons: If you don't have anything then a GXT 660 or Radeon 7700 at minimum spec wise. You're not going to get the 75+ FPS unless you are doing 2 GTX 550 or what not then maybe but I can only vouch for cards I played them on. And have at least AMD FX 6100 or Intel i-5 CPU and a good SSD other wise you run the serious risk of not getting the games full (online) potential.
Other Thoughts: Don't cry about a game that was meant to be played on a gamers PC. This game is one piece of the awesome rainbow.
ASRock Extreme9 990FX
AMD FX 9590 5.0 GHz
GIGABYTE Radeon HD 7970 OC Ghz Edition
AMD Radeon RG2133 Gamer Series 16GB Quad Channel
OCZ Vertex Series 250GB
Rosewill LIGHTNING 1300W 80 PLUS GOLD
Pros: Well first off its one of the few boards that supports the AMD FX 9590. And also capable of holding 64GB of RAM!!! Which no other AMD Mobo offers. It took some tinkering and reading and thank goodness for Dr. Debug for the codes it spits out if your PC doesn't boot up because it helped BIG TIME. With this board you have to CAREFULLY place everything in it's place and make sure NO lint/dirt is in any connectors as it will cause it too shut off without warning. Thought it was Memory or PSU as the numbers in Dr. Debug said but after carefully cleaning and re-installing putting the DRAM settings in its correct latency and voila! It runs flawless I dont need to OC because it usually starts out at 4.7 and OC's itself to 5.0 when running CPUID. My memory using the AMD settings and had to lower my DRAM voltage to 1.60 on my memory because it kept OC the memory and make the PC SUPER FAST but watching Video or playing Star Wars the Old Republic made the game run at 150 FPS but very glitchy. Once I lowered the voltage it runs perfect 110 FPS without any hiccups. DDR3 2133 with the proper latency will OC naturally to 2400-2450 Mhz as advertised. I get 2410 Mhz on CPUID and the intel NIC booster it has is AWESOME!! With AT&T I pay for 18 Mbps and I get 21 Mbps all day long.
Cons: Any issue I had was because of my own doing once I figured out what to properly do this runs like a champ.
Other Thoughts: The best Mobo I think out there for AMD users, easy as hell to OC the software is easy to use I did have a issue with the 3.0 USB as it sometimes locked up my PC. If you are running AMD FX 9590 you better get a liquid cooled system as this bad boy can run hot!
AMD FX 9590
AMD Radeon DDR3 2133
Cooler Master Seidon 120V
OCZ Vertex 250GB SSD
Gigabyte HD 7970 Ghz Edition