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Pros: -sounds great!
-very comfortable to wear all day
-very long reach for the cord and the volume adjustment was great
Cons: -mic failed in FIRST day. people on ventrillo heard a pop like it was being unplugged and could not to get to work again. yet i plugged in my old headset and everything worked great. I would NOT recommend people buy this product. I've never had an audio system or speaker die in the first day of use ever.
Other Thoughts: While it lasted it seemed like a worth while product and was easily one of the most comfortable of lower end headsets i've used.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: what to put here.... EVERYTHING! For the price i paid, i couldn't have asked for more. everything is super quick with 4 gigs of ram. All my games like L4d, COD4, CS:S, all load within a few seconds. I would reccomend this to anyone!
Cons: well i havn't tried changing timings just yet, but thats comming soon ;)
Other Thoughts: This memory is as staable as a rock, never once had a memory error, with all the stuff i do on my pc.
E5200 OC'd at 2.81Ghz
BFG Nvidia 9700 GS OC'd
PNY 4GB DD@ PC5300
400W Antec Power supply
This review is from: SAPPHIRE 100275L Radeon X1650PRO 512MB 128-bit GDDR2 AGP 4X/8X Video Card
Pros: Worked great for the few hours i had it befor RMA.
Played COD4 on near highest settings @ 1024x768. i had artifacting on the large field maps as soon as they loaded, but worked otherwise.
Cons: As great as the card was, i bought it for the full heat sink fan, which in the newegg pic covers the ram chips as well. But the picture is of an older revision. instead it came with a small square blue heat sink fan, much like the other version newegg sells. Not a big deal, but i RMA'ed the card. new egg was exceptional for the service.
Other Thoughts: Using a low end system but the card defently worked well:
AMD Athlon 2800 overclocked at 2.2 GHz
1gig of ddr 333MHz
400w power supply