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This review is from: CORSAIR AXi series AX1200i 1200W Digital ATX12V v2.31 and EPS 2.92 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS PLATINUM Certified Full Modular Active PFC Power Supply New 4th Gen CPU Certified Haswell Ready
Pros: Looks nice and is modular.
Cons: Has a seven year warranty, and it only lasted me three years. It was beginning to fail since the first year but I never really knew what was happening until it died completely on the third year.
Other Thoughts: Too pricey for such a short life. It is my second faulty Corsair PSU and my third faulty Corsair item. The H100 Cooler also died on me very fast and the replacement one I received is probably about to die. I have not received any response from Corsair in my RMA request Ticket. I think I will try to stick with Antec for PSUs now. And for water cooling, I will just go with real water cooling, non of this "quick and easy" "closed loop" gimmick.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Plastic can be easily modified with a blade if you need to make something fit.
I had to cut off two small parts to make my optical drive cover fit on it properly.
Cons: -The plastic is not THAT BAD. It is sturdy enough as long as you are reasonably careful when handling it.
-Definitely overpriced! (But then again, what isn't...)
-My package came with two missing screws and one completely useless screw.... I am in a freaking computer screw deficit because this always happens to me for some reason! But I managed to figure that out no problem.
-The Slim SATA side of the "Slim-SATA-to-SATA-Adapter" was a bit strained, it was twisted out of position, so I had to snap it back into place.Everything worked fine.
Other Thoughts: -I am just happy I everything worked and that this thing didn't fall apart on my hands.
Definately not worth 20 dollars but I would have felt much worse if it had fallen apart on me and I would have had to pay some other guy 20 dollars to go through the same thing again.
This review is from: RAZER Anansi RZ03-00550100 Black USB Wired Gaming Keyboard
Pros: Lighting colors
Fully programmable keys
I really liked the thumb buttons! They make the keyboard feel like a "gaming keypad product"
Cons: Keys feel a bit hard to press. \
Typing is not very smooth.
E Key doesn't work. This happens to be one of the the most important keys in video games ironically.
Other Thoughts: I read all the bad reviews on this keyboard so I figured I purchased a refurbished one I would have one which has been already repaired and working fine while saving a couple of bucks. I WAS WRONG. On the first day of use I noticed the E Key didn't work properly. Was this even refurbished at all? More like repackaged and resold Garbage!
I bought it and it still had the oldest firmware... Did anybody even repair this at all? Of course the firmware didnt even fix anything anyway....
If you buy this you might just get the keyboard I am sending back right now! In the same faulty conditions!
Display Name: Roberto N.
Date Joined: 11/28/10
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