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Pros: I love CoolerMaster keyboards. I now have three of them and this one is now my favorite. I have Cherry MX Red, Blue, and now Brown Coolermaster keyboards. Really getting a feel for the browns and I think I now prefer them over the blues. CM took their time with and RGB keyboard and I think it's really paid off. The MasterKeys Pro L and S(mine)are no nonsense keyboards. Much like a lot of other CM keyboards, the Pro L and S have a minimalistic design. Functionality and features are great if you're willing to learn how to use what the keyboard has to offer manually. I'd recommend this keyboard over just about any other. I love the look and feel of the Pro S so much that I'm thinking of getting the Pro L once I buy a new desk. CM knocked another one out of the park!
Cons: It's much a less a con and more of a minor complaint about something that's more of a preference than anything else. I don't like that there are CoolerMaster keys where the Windows logo key would be. I'd much rather them offer me some Windows logo keys made for backlighting on the Pro S.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: As the title says, this card eats games. I have no complaints. The card is huge but I'm not sure I would label that a con. I can't speak for other 7xx series cards, but this card is whisper quiet, even at full load. My 570 would scream and sing songs in less demanding games like L4D(as an example)Some will tell you that 4GB is a waste if you're not going to play anything above 1080p. I play a few games that I mod heavily and that can be very taxing on a 1.2GB GTX 570. No one knows what the future holds, but I'm willing to bet in two or three years AAA games will be using 1.5GB-2.5GB. 4GB seems like a very safe bet.(even if you're just gaming at 1080p)
Other Thoughts: If you want something that will go strong and max most games out @60FPS for the next two or three years, this card, the 780, and the Titan are probably your best bet.READ FULL REVIEW