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Pros: Backlighting is pretty cool, not too dim or bright and its adjustable. (Fn + ESC to toggle brightness) Definitely an upgrade from they old keyboard I used to have. Construction seems solid enough and it showed up in a week. Design is pretty sleek.
Cons: The enter key is iffy. You will end up hitting backslash accidentally until you get used to it, since for some reason the enter key is pushed further to the right than on a standard keyboard.
Other Thoughts: For the price, its a pretty good keyboard and it matches my PC's blueish theme, so I'm happy. If you'll be thrown off by the odd enter key, go with something else.
Not really a con, but by default the LEDs are set to fade in and out repeatedly, which is distracting and weird. I can't see a use for something like that but hey, whatever floats your boat. At least you can change it.
Pros: One stick appears to be functioning properly.
Cons: After a day or so of running solid, I got repeated fatal bluescreen crashes from Windows 7. Ran windows memory test and hardware problems detected with the RAM. Currently RMAing the sticks.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: APEVIA JAVA ATX-JV650W 650W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI CrossFire Power Supply
Pros: Powers everything I need, including my GTX660 without a hitch. The blue LED is cool and goes with the one installed in my case, so I like it. The cables are wrapped nicely.
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: A good budget non-modular psu for my first gaming buildREAD FULL REVIEW