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This review is from: Rosewill THOR V2 Gaming ATX Full Tower Computer Case - Supports up to E-ATX / XL-ATX, comes with Four Fans - 1 x Front Red LED 230mm Fan, 1 x Top 230mm Fan, 1 x Side 230mm Fan, 1 x Rear 140mm Fan
Pros: Room. This case is as advertised, massive.
Temperatures are awesome even with only half the built in fans running, max at 41C idle running an i5 with stock cooler.
Just buy it, as long as you have the room for it it's one of the best cases you can buy, especially on sale.
Cons: Cons? Let us see, Hate having room in your build? Hate low temps even under stress? You might as well just hate the world then, do yourself a favor and just buy it.
Other Thoughts: Case is great, I went from a mid to a full because I didn't ever want to have to worry about space again, now I never will. Eventually I have plans to upgrade my PSU, dual monitor, water cooling, better CPU cooler, and more fans if needed. This case should allow for all of that without fail, I know there's more than enough room for everything I want and will ever need. Unbeatable value for the price, picked this up for $90 and couldn't be happier with it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech X-140 5 watts 2.0 Speakers
Pros: Sound is good for a cheap pair, not looking for anything to shake my walls but these deliver where it counts.
Easy to set up
Cons: Quality control, logitech is infamous for products that simply don't always work, as good as they may be when they do. This is another example and I will be definitely take much more care in buying logitech products as the fact the main right speaker no longer works is very annoying.
Other Thoughts: Awesome when they work, bass is lacking but what do you expect when you pay 30$ for a pair of logitechs? If they lasted longer I'd be fine with them, but 30$ for a month of mediocre sound simply isn't good enough.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ROCCAT Kone Pure Optical ROC-11-710 Black 7 USB Wired Optical 4000 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: Macro system works very well as it should
Drivers work as intended, easy to reprogram any button to whatever you want
Easy DPI tweaks and multiple set levels
Cons: -Doesn't have as many buttons as my Logitech G500
-Feels cheap in hand
-Braided cabling that twists easy and is then unfixable
-Right click seems to get stuck on left click a lot when held (This is going to be the dealbreaker for me) makes left clickiing while holding right click difficult and very weird feeling.
-Hand rests low to table while on mouse
Not for people with big hands**
Other Thoughts: I've owned the Roccat Isku for a few months now and have loved it since the moment i bought it. When my Logitech G500 started to lose its ability to right click correctly and hold it (holding to aim in FPS's) I figured I should replace it now before I'm strapped for cash. Settled on this mouse thinking since my keyboard was so high quality the mouse would be too, and maybe i'd try out the Roccat talk feature they tout so highly. Well it's only been a few days and I can tell I'm not going to enjoy this mouse when it comes to FPS games, my favorite genre. This mouse even feels cheap in my hand, like if I squeezed hard enough I could force it to implode. The clicks also feel cheap, just out of playing a test mission with it on Arma 3 and I could have sworn my left click was going to break if I kept pressing it while holding right click. Might be able to work for a game like COD or Bf4 since full auto is the default, but in Arma where full auto means a waited clip single fire is how you do it, and this mouse feels incapable of doing that! Ridiculous. I'll be debating buying anything Roccat from now on much more than I did here, with the exception of their keyboards as I still love my Isku. Mouse seems to work well for browsing/etc, works in League of Legends just fine.
In closing, this mouse should be fine if you stick to Moba's or COD, but if you have big hands or play a game where full auto isn't an option (Arma 2 or 3) then look for something where you aren't terrified of breaking the left click with each successive press.
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