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This review is from: Fractal Design Define R4 Black Silent ATX Midtower Computer Case
Pros: lots of room
easy to work with
didn't get any cuts!
Cons: Small problems with the case I got, I think the person that put my case together used a power drill set at high voltage or something because the top case fan and HDD cage has messed up threads and won't tighten properly.
Other Thoughts: Great case, I probably should've gotten the R5 but I really didn't like how the top panel covers look.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice clean look.
Cons: Side panels and interior are flimsy.
Cable management needs improvement.
The tool-less mechanism for 5.25in bay is trash.
Some faded spots on my front aluminum panel.
Other Thoughts: Okay let's be real, Corsair's definitely on crack.
For this price there's so many things wrong with this case, at most it's only worth $60-70.
The only thing that's well built on this is the front panel, the rest is something that you'd find in a $40 case.
I've avoided Corsair's products for many years and thought I'd give them a shot with all their hype and I definitely regret my purchase.
Yes I could return it but I don't have the time to move all my parts back into my old case.
Pros: Very comfortable, feels like previous generations.
Very customizable settings.
Adjustable brightness on the mouse's G logo.
Glides super smooth on my SteelSeries QcK pad.
Cons: Okay now here's where I explain my title.
I've bought this at a large retailer (sorry newegg) and I have gone through 3 of them all with some kind of problem.
The first one I bought the mouse wheel click did not work at all.
The second one the right click would release for a split second if I held it down for a couple seconds.
The third one the wheel squeaked if I scrolled with it, sounded dry like it wasn't lubricated.
Other Thoughts: I think they dropped the ball on their latest generation of mice, their quality control is either terrible or they purposely sent their defects to the store I went to.
Currently using my old MX518 which is 9 years old, the only problem with it was the rubber area wore out and got sticky. I should've bought more when I had the chance.
If you got a fully functional one with no problems that's great it's actually a really good mouse when it works but I find it fishy that the warranty isn't as long like ones in the past.
Call me a grandpa but they don't make them like they used to. Loved you Logitech but I think you finally cracked and started focusing more on aesthetics and gimmicks over durability and functionality.