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This review is from: Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 4PA-00003 Silver 1 x Wheel Wired Optical Mouse
Pros: -Fits like gloves
-$20 for this mouse is a steal
-No crazy led lights
Cons: -the rubber from the side will wear off from x-amount of months.
-Only for right handed / big hands *basketball hands"
Other Thoughts: I've came from a hardcore gamer. And this mouse gives me my frags and reputation. Also, this mouse is still used in professional CS1.6 tournaments/lans.
The ime3.0 is the only one I used at home and at work. Give this mouse a try. I gave some of this mouse away to friends. They loved this mouse so much.
Pros: -The quality of the sound is amazing. No need sound card.
-The Corsair A70 heatsink both fans just fit without any issue.
-Recognizes all my components in the first boot.
Cons: -Biggest con is i'm using nvidia 480gtx. And it somewhat blocks out the Sata O/1 port.
-No Debug LED
-5 sata ports
-No need for PS/2 port, VGA/DVI/HDMI ports on the board.
That's what the graphic card(s) are for.
Other Thoughts: I was thinking between the Asus Rampage or EVGA Z77. But Gigabyte won me over due to my past experience. I've been using EVGA 680i, 790i, X58. And the sounds of the Sniper M3 motherboard beats it without a doubt. I'd to RMA my EVGAs' boards couple times. Gigabyte has been running flawless over the four years.
Intel 377k stock speed.
Corsair 650w HX
2 x 1 dvd-rw
4 x 4gb Corsair XMS3
Adata 120gb SSD
This review is from: Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty PC Game
Pros: Great Graphics, gameplay, over 3 days of campaigns.
No hackers, lags, dropping out of game. No Cd required, everything is run by setting your account on www.battle.net.
If you got steam, is similar. You add friends, you're able to see them online for chat and etc.
Cons: Terrain looks similar to Warcraft 3 Engine, Terran(race) look exactly like Outpost2(game).
For People who said the graphics is bad, If you want the best graphic for SC2, you must have at least a 8800gt video card or higher.
Other Thoughts: Honestly, SC2 doesn't need as much macro like it used to. You can rally your workers from your main buildings to gather resources. And it doesn't need much brain power as Starcraft 1 for PVP.
If you got Starcraft 1, and you're a Campaign Freak, then buy SC2. Otherwise, wait for the 2nd SC2 series or All three series to come out so you get it for a cheaper price.
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