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Pros: Provides the power you'd hope for at the $500 price point to run games at 1440 with maxed settings.
Other Thoughts: The card is almost a foot long. The packaging is massive, roughly twice the depth of most video cards. The outer packaging is just a coat around a thick chest-like box. Felt less like I had bought a video card and more like I was about to unveil an ancient bejeweled dagger or something.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER Naga Hex Wired USB Gaming Mouse - Green
Pros: Perfect combination of console controller functionality and PC mouse. The buttons on the side are mechanical and respond perfectly for me. It has the higher function button count that the elite FPS-aimed Razer mice lack, AND the responsive action-oriented layout that the RPG-aimed Razer mice lack (the ones with entire numeric keypads on the side). I play Mass Effect 3 Multiplayer, and the Naga Hex allows me to map all power controls to the mouse, to free up keyboard controls.
Cons: It works for me specifically due to hand size. Many reviews have pointed out that the wrong hand size makes the side buttons unusable. My only complaint is that I prefer claw grip, especially if my thumb is going to be spamming side buttons because then you need a grip posture with your other fingers.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 6570 2GB DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card (100324L)
Pros: Cheap, low-profile, low-power, HDMI, et al.
Cons: This was intended for an HTPC. No gaming. The HTPC runs an i5 Sandy Bridge with 4 gigs of RAM. Not a powerhouse, but equipped with this card, should have been more than sufficient to output on a high-def display. Video stutters, desktop is visually non-responsive. The card is just not up to the task. Really only suitable for a low-profile, low-power system with NO expectations, not even for video output.READ FULL REVIEW