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This review is from: XTRAC PADS Ripper XXL Mouse Pad
Pros: - Not a cheap material mousepad, mouse glides smoothly across it
- Used a water-jet from my dad's work to cut it to the exact contour of my desk. No tearing, no peeling edges. Maintains great form even when cut down to size.
- Good gripping action, which was my main concern. Doesn't slide unless you want it to.
Cons: NadaREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Perixx MX-1000 Iron Programmable Gaming Mouse
Pros: -Lights can be changed with DPI button on mouse
-Software that controls mouse is good (not perfect, but gets the job done)
-Adjustable side buttons (I use them for volume control)
-Left/Right click don't feel cheap
-Stainless Steel is a very nice touch, gives a very sturdy feel
$20 for this mouse was a steal.
Cons: -My last mouse wheel clicked side to side, this one doesn't. Really hasn't made a single difference at all.
Other Thoughts: Would reccomend.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is a pretty good processor overall. There's been few issues so far, and for a non-overclockable CPU it has no trouble running everything I need it to. In this day and age, a decent CPU is better than an overclocked outdated one. I suppose there's not much else to say for the pros, it is what it is.
Cons: The heatsink has begun to make a strange noise in the past week or so. It makes a sound like the fan blades are gently rubbing up against the main unit, creating an irritating buzzing sound. I'm not sure if that's the actual cause, or if I'm just overreacting to the noise, but it's quite annoying. I'll probably look into buying a 3rd party heatsink just to stop the noise.
Other Thoughts: Go with Haswell if you have the money. This is a FANTASTIC second choice though.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Brett P.
Date Joined: 07/11/13
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