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This review is from: Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Professional Grade Wired/Wireless Gaming Mouse
Pros: Outstanding precision even down to sniping in BF1,BF3 & BF4
+32 hour batterylife confirmed
Software very easy to setup and use
Cons: Kinda of small for large hands
Not for claw grippers but! (see below)
Other Thoughts: I have large hands and like gaming mice that you can claw and thought after taking it out of the box I would not like it, because it felt small and too close to the gaming pad I was using. I am right handed and noticed my palm was dragging a bit and messing up my shots in BF1. I changed my hand grip a little more forward and bingo I found the sweet spot. I did not realize how much I missed wireless gaming mice since the Logitech G7 days which I still own. Yes I tried Razor Mamba Chroma and I must say this mouse blows it away. If you have the money try it and you will never look back. Logitech hit a home run with this mouse even a picky knuckle dragging claw gripper like my self.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very quiet as well (used 2 of these for a upgrade see below)
fast for a small 5400rpm drive
stays nice and cool
shipped in a very nice packaging (NEWEGG)
It show formatted at 1.8TB
Cons: No problems as of yet..
Other Thoughts: I bought TWO of these drives one for a $2000 SONY HAP-Z1ES
High-resolution digital music player it came with a 1TB storage drive for the inside I took it out and replaced it with one of these seems quieter and faster now. Second one was a new TIVO BOLT 500gb model I watched a YOUTUBE video showing how to open it up and I swapped it out that took about 30 minutes for each device. It show formatted at 1.8TB.
Very happy with purchases on both drives.
Overclocked it to 85Hz no problems
No Input/Lag that I can see using AMD or Nvidia cards
Screen real estate
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: I've been using the monitor with my new Asus R9 Fury X and it's run great. BF4 looks and plays nice with no lag or ghosting. A IPS monitor is the way to go. I also did NOT see any back light bleed, and no dead pixels as well. Very happy with purchase and this will be my bedroom PC only. Try not get caught up in the G-Sync vs Free-Sync debates it will give yourself a huge headache on the forums. I am coming from the following setups and also used my eVGA Titan X playing it as well but the AMD card seemed a bit smoother in game play. I had a ASUS VG248QE 24" 144Hz 1ms and converted it to a G-Sync setup with the kit year ago or so. It was great and smooth but the 24" size was not great. I then moved to the ASUS ROG PG278Q 27" which was awesome but those two monitors are TN and the color is very very washed out even with a 2560x1440p setup. I got lucky and bought mine at $450 on sale and it went up to $600 after that. It's a great monitor for gaming, and the color is awesome compared the other monitors. Also I've seen the video's on the FPS on this monitor if you use the AMD CCC, Performance, Frame Rate to max of 85Hz or your what your max will be it will not go over it. I also use a folder in my BF4 to make sure my refresh rates DO NOT go over the max and I never had any problems in any games even Crysis 3 etc.
And yes I plan on buying for my main gaming setup the Acer 34' when it comes out for my 2 x Titan X in SLI along with my Intel 5960x.