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Pros: It is small and sexy and allows for major core count in a small form factor.
Cons: I have been having thermal issues with this system for a while now. I am not overclocked and yet my CPU temps are around 39-42 IDLING. Its not the CPU. I just checked. The motherboard idles in a room of 22c (ish) at 44c. My system is incredibly loud and the poor H100i is running at max to reduce temps. I am returning this if I cant find fix. Not buying Asrock product again.
Other Thoughts: Something is wrong with my board. First, and likely LAST Asrock product. :(READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my second Z87MX-D3H board. (The first one I bricked though inexperience with overclocking and was completely my own stupidity). This board is otherwise rock solid and overclocks well (once you learn HOW to OC). I actually RMAed the board and gigabyte was great and I got the board completely fixed about 3 weeks later. In that time I got anxious and just bought another of the same board and I've been using this one ever since. Great overclocker, and the BIOS is simply amazing!
Cons: Doesn't support Crossfire (not that I need it) that I know ofREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Tiamat 2.2 Analog Gaming Headset
Pros: These headphones are amazingly comfortable! I forget that they are even on. The sound quality is what you pay for, especially if you don't have a discrete sound card. Once configured, the surround sound (though not 7.1 or anything) is impressive. Some people complain about the mic being poor and fragile, this has been untrue for me. Although it does move around in it's socket, it isn't going anywhere. If it bothers you too much, you can leave the mic in the headset (not pull it out) and it still does the same job just as well.
Cons: None!READ FULL REVIEW