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Pros: - Really nice tracking
- The shape is better than most
- Scroll wheel and buttons are solid and tactile
Cons: - High pitched ringing sound from inside the mouse
- No place to rest ring finger except the side, causing the pinky to drag
- The forward button is the back action, the back button is the forward action .-.
- The sides are a glossy finish and don't provide a lot of grip
- The buttons are loud, like Cherry MX blue type sound
Other Thoughts: There are some more complaints I could go on about. However, the ones listed are the most serious. I had high hopes this would replace my modded 50 g G5 mouse. Sadly, I will be returning it. I was going to keep it as a backup but the ringing sound was a deal breaker for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Price was alright.
Cons: Came with 49 bad sectors.
Other Thoughts: I'm concerned about the longevity this drive will have.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's a decent processor. Relatively fast.
Cons: This CPU cost $200 and it definitely needs an aftermarket heatsink and fan that will cost another $50. For an extra $50 you could buy in Intel at $300.
Other Thoughts: These AMD's run hot and the stock fan doesn't cut it for gaming. I got 20 FPS increase in Minecraft over a core 2 duo. I expected more. These claim to have 8 cores which they do but the resources are shared for each 2 cores. An i7 with 4 cores and hyper-threading is the same as 8 AMD cores. The difference comes in with heat, and power consumption. After 20 minutes in Minecraft I lose 10 FPS and the game becomes choppy as the processor throttles due to heat. The more power consumed, the more heat, the more heat and it throttles to keep from burning up. Not to mention that the noise generated by the fan is incredibly annoying during intense gameplay. Save 48 watts and enjoy hours a smooth and quite gameplay by getting an Intel.READ FULL REVIEW