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This review is from: RAZER Naga Epic Chroma Gaming Mouse
Lots of rebindable side keys
Cons: Curser jumps in random directions fairly often.
Stops working. A lot. Wired or wireless.
Garbage company refuses to provide any kind of actual support and just emails you back with generic 'DID U INSTALL DRYVER?'
Will never buy a product from this company again. Over priced made in china garbage and tech support from india.
This review is from: FiiO E12 Mont Blanc Portable Headphone Amplifier
Pros: Long battery life
Very little to no noise
Decent volume levels even on 600ohm cans
Cons: None that I have run into.
Other Thoughts: If you're looking to get some higher ohm headphones for mobile, this is a great pairREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: The 980 is a stunning piece of hardware for so many reasons that I'm not even sure where to start.
Thermals - Not a problem, this card doesn't even kick it's fans on for me in most games as it runs under load at about 62-65c in an NZXT Switch 810 case
Noise - None, the fans are not even on most of the time, when they are still minimal noise.
Performance - Outstanding, running two in SLI at 1550core clock they have devoured every title thrown at them at 1080p, 5760x1080 and thus far even in Far Cry 4, Unity, DA: Inquisition maintain above 40fps with nearly max settings at 2160p.
Outputs - 3 Display Ports for NVSurround etc, HDMI 2.0 for a 4k TV set and a DVI for anything on the older side. Perfect.
Free games is always nice too.
Cons: Power Consumption - Don't believe the marketing grab, my system is pulling nearly the same power from the wall as it was with two R9 290X. Not really an issue but I don't like shady marketing tactics Nvidia, it's fine to say it is what it is.
Drivers - Early adopters deal with the issues, nothing new but it'd be nice if this usual nonsense skipped a generation
4GB VRAM - This is the bottleneck for 4k. I'm capping out my VRAM in several titles. Hoping to use the EVGA step up for what I pray will be a 6gb or 8gb.
LED Lighting - This doesn't seem to be configurable at all, can't even be disabled as of 344.75 drivers.
Other Thoughts: System
i7 5930k @ 4.6ghz
Asus Rampage V
GSkill DDR4 @ 3000mhz
2x EVGA GTX 980 SC ACX 2.0
EVGA Super Nova 1300W PSU
Samsung Evo 840 Pro SSD
2x WD Black 3TB HDD
Hands down the best GPU on the market right now and will chew through everything you hit them with. If you can afford it, what are you waiting for?
If you're hesitant about the VRAM - EVGA Step-Up is the best thing to happen for consumers when it comes to purchasing high end GPUs. 90 days to upgrade and only pay the difference.