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This review is from: Rosewill 5.1-Channel Vibrating Gaming Headset- USB Connector - RHTS-8206
Pros: Good build quality
Crisp highs, clear mid range and powerful low notes, very good sound.
Surround works well
Get very loud
The vibration is a nice touch in some applications, like when your playing a game and an earthquake happens it adds a very nice touch.
They look pretty nice
Easy to keep clean
Cons: Heavy, which is only an issue when I drop something and look down to pick it up, they tend to droop down.
The ear cushions undid themselves on my first set, had to reglue.
My first pair started crackling in the right ear, eventually the right ear quit altogether (Read below)
Other Thoughts: Note: I was VERY hard on my first set, they got abused pretty bad, I am much easier on my second set now. I originally bought them 9-5-12 and RMA'd the first set 5-6-13.
The first pair with abuse lasted about a year. I still have the second set with NO issues whatsoever. Today being 1-24-15.
I had to RMA my first set because the right ear quit. But that was because I would set them down on the desk, turn them all the way up and use them as room speakers for when I was doing something away from my computer. I learned from that and now my current set has lasted longer and are still holding strong.
When I bought these they were $60, and if they were still that price now it would still be worth it.
Overall VERY good headphones for the price.
Pros: Oh boy where do I start.....
This graphics card is mainly a gaming card, it has all the options for gaming, so the people saying that you can get better cards for the same price, there right; but those "better" cards don't have the upgrades for gamers or enthusiasts. It supports CrossFire, and Eyefinity. Most people go extreme and go for a 256bit 2-3gb video card for a ridiculous price. When most games aren't going to utilize that amount of power. This Graphics card may seem pricey but it backs it up with it's performance. I havent had any lag with all the games I play which include...
Mass Effect 2+3
Saints Row the Third
Diablo II and III
And it runs all of them max without a hiccup.
I also do some game developing and run game engines, which are difficult to run. It runs Unity 3d Game Engine Beautifully.
This will run games greatly, as long as you have RAM and a good CPU to back it up, or else you will bottleneck.
Cons: Not very quiet, but you won't notice it with headphones on when your gaming.
Other Thoughts: This won't require a 1200w PSU, I use a 500w with a quad core CPU and 8gb of RAM. So if you want a safeguard, go with a 600w.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good quality
Cons: Stiff, makes it hard to use it in small places.
Other Thoughts: Didn't even need it, I already had one that I thought was a DVI-IREAD FULL REVIEW