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Pros: 4.4GHz @ 1.165v, Temps @ mid 60c (H100 GTX & AIDA64), 6 Cores ready for max DX 12 performance. "J" Batch said to be of superior quality.
Cons: Around 2 years old.
Other Thoughts: Sure I could have gotten a newer Broadwell-E CPU... But it would have costs me $75 extra for a tiny amount of performance gain. I been reading they don't clock well either... So those 2 things made me choose this.READ FULL REVIEW
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: Mature router, MIPS, Looks, Interface, Speed, Stability and Range.
Cons: Took a few years... But this router is now pretty much solid.
Other Thoughts: I bought this router back in 2013. It had a number of issues with Wi-Fi and other things. But it's been a long road and it seems to be looking bright.
In 2014 I bought the R7000 (Night Hawk) because of the AC. But the R7000 to this day is still plagued with issues regarding stability. I had given away my Dark Knight and just recently got it back. I was amazed at how much better it has gotten.
All I know is I play a lot of online games and this router is by far the best of the two. With the R7000 I would have delay in shot registration... With the RT-N66U there is virtually none. I attribute this to the MIPS and maturity of the RT-N66U. While the R7000 uses an ARM based processor and is less mature.
The RT-N66U so far has been rock solid on the Wi-Fi front. I haven't had any issues yet. Unlike my R7000 which constantly needs a reboot every few days, fails to respond to connection requests from auto connects and last but not least... Painfully slow Wi-Fi speeds randomly.
I hope this router has a continued long product life. IMO it's the best router out there. If I ever do lose my router to the ravages of time... It would be nice to keep using something I know works and works WELL. Baring an revision of course.