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Pros: -Great sound quality
-Effortless driver installation
-Cool bluetooth phone feature
-Voice playback is amazing, you hear yourself talking and it helps you form clear sentences
Cons: -Ears touch inside of ear cups, a deal-breaker for me. If you don't mind this or know how to fix it, then disregard this.
Other Thoughts: Bought these to replace my war-torn x42's (great headset, but not optimized for PC's). Was greatly impressed by sound quality, however, note that 7.1 surround will create a big-room type effect that you may or may not like. This is just dolby with headsets, not this particular headset's fault. I loved every feature of these, but the fact that my ears touch the inside of the cups is a big no-no for me. It starts to hurt after an hour or so, and is extremely annoying. Enough so that I had to return them. If this doesn't bother you, consider these as your next headset upgrade.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works. Low profile, so don't worry about it getting in the way of a big CPU cooler like the Cooler Master Hyper 212, or the Noctua DH14.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: This case looks great. The lights on the front make a cool vortex shape, and the color is a nice solid black. USB ports work fine. Good placement of the 2.5" drive bays. Plenty of space, 3 good fans.
Cons: Didn't come with much, the manual is nothing more than a single piece of paper showing the screw count and a basic diagram of the case. No extra bells and whistles like my CM Storm Enforcer came with. Also, no window, so if you want to see the inside of your fancy new build, look elsewhere, or buy a clear panel for this case.
Other Thoughts: Picked this up for my hackintosh, and it works great. Not much else to say, other than it's a solid case worth the $$.READ FULL REVIEW