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This review is from: NVIDIA $150 In-Game for Warface, Path of Exile, and Heroes of Newerth
Pros: $50 in game cash for 3 games
Other Thoughts: This is my 2nd one now in 2 weeks (Build PC's for customers), when they don't want the freebies I take them.
I play PoE as it is much better then Diablo 3 IMO and its just an overall great F2P game. These allow you to redeem $50 of in game cash shop currency. Not sure about the other 2 games, but PoE's cash shop only has vanity items and effects etc.
I saw some reviewers saying its not $150. Yes, it is $150. $50 per ea of the 3 games, not $150 for just one. Someone also stated that it is forced on you. Huh? It is a freebie thrown in. If you don't want it don;t use it. It was free...
This review is from: Logitech G600MMO Gaming Mouse - White
Pros: White exterior
Tons of customization
Makes MMO's a walk in park
Cons: G600 logo on back not backlit
Other Thoughts: Reviewing this mouse after a solid 1.3 years of heavy usage and I am still loving this mouse. Having used the Razer Naga as well, I can say hands down the G600 is the better mouse. Not as aesthetically pleasing, but more comfortable in your hands and spamming the G keys on the side doesn't feel like your knuckles are going to snap and/or get sore. The G keys are angled perfectly and have a raised bump on the G13 key so absolutely no misclicks like with the Naga. When you plop your hand down on the G600 you instantly know where your thumb is on the Gkeys not only then but in the middle of intense raids/PvP matches.
The Mouse also slides smooth as glass on the Gigabyte Ghost pad. I had some issues of the Naga "Clipping" during intense raids.
In the end, if you do alot of MMO's or macro/hot key happy games or applications, this is a great mouse. Not the best looking, but oh man does it reward you! The LED backlit keys are a nice touch, but my eyes are on the screen not staring at the mouse. I wish they would of atleast added LED backlighting to the G600 logo on back…
Pros: Black Painted Interior
Cons: Cheap quality
No Exhaust fan included
No cable management cut outs
Horrible SSD mounting system
Other Thoughts: I bought this case on my other Newegg account for a Customers build. I originally got it to go with the Gray/Red theme including Red LED's that I installed.
However, I noticed immediately that I didn't like this case. After building and working with many many other cases, even in this price point, I just didn't like anything about this case really. The expansion slot brackets are even break always and not exchangeable, no where to run cables for a clean look, cheap looking case from the outside, Newegg pictures make it look much better then it does in person.
You get what you pay for yea, but there is a horde of other cases in this price point that are MUCH better. My last Silverstone case in this price range for sure.