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This review is from: CHERRY G80-3930LYBEU-2 G80-3930 MX 6.0 Keyboard
Pros: Extremely well built, nice bright lighting, big/small step lighting adjustments, just a keyboard with no extra junk like USB hubs or sound/mic ports. It's also heavy too which makes it not move in the most intense gaming moments.
The responsiveness and registration of keys is on a whole other level.
Cons: Price... Some of the key icons are hard to see or to small. No other key colors available. Warranty is not even 2 full years.
Other Thoughts: I defiantly feel this keyboards responsiveness in gaming with first and 3rd person shooters. Side strafing left and right now feels like I take 70% less hits. It's not a complete game changer other then strafing. But when strafing it almost feels like you have a lag shield around you... As you see your opponent struggling to keep up with the instant responsiveness of this keyboard.
Was it worth $219? For someone who strafes a lot yes... It is. But for someone who is playing a multitude of games... Any other keyboard out there using MX switches will work just as good. You also have to factor in, that this cost doesn't included at least a 3 year warranty. 5 years would have been preferable.
Pros: Quiet... No coil whine or loud fan noise. Temps never go above 70C. White LEDs that are not overpowering. 0 RPM fan when card is under 60c. 72.6% ASIC with a 1430 MHz Boost clock out of box and RAM runs at 7220 MHz. Super high quality chokes, RAM has direct contact with the heat sink as well.
Cons: 8 + 2 power phase... Meh, card is a monster.
Other Thoughts: Eats all the new games I throw at it and it goes awesome with my G-sync monitor. Even eat that buggy mess of a game... Batman Arkham Knight (no stuttering or pauses).
Zotac now has a lifetime fan. They are top notch. No OC program needed or rolling your luck with the silicon lottery.
As of this review, this is the highest clocked GTX 980 Ti on the market.
Pros: 55c Bottom, 70c Top, Low noise and No coil whine.
The coolest running cards I have ever use.
Cons: SLI flicker (mainly shadows) on certain games, which has always been a problem for any multi GPU configuration.
Other Thoughts: The second card I got came with 67% ASIC rating (Bottom), while my first came with a 71% (Top). Under full load both cards top out at 1417 MHz max boost after extended use.
Heaven Valley Results are...
AMP! Extreme Core Edition
105 FPS Ave
38.9 FPS Min
156.7 FPS Max
G1 from Gigabyte gets the following.
101.4 FPS Ave
36.7 FPS Min
189.1 FPS Max
This was done on 2 separate PC's with same clocks for the CPU. Z77 for the AMP and Z97 for the G1. Other difference was AMP system has 1866 MHz RAM and the G1 had 1600 MHz.