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This review is from: APEVIA CVTPCI68 9" 6-Pin to 8-Pin PCI Express Converter Cable
Pros: Works as intended with no problems.
Cons: Didn't like the 2 extra pins on the 8-pin end being a combo of 6+2.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SPARKLE GeForce GTX 680 700021 (CALIBRE -- GTX680) 2GB 256-Bit Video Card
Pros: Everything you'd expect from this model card.
Cons: Sparkle gives you a card to register the product on their website, but the website doesn't list this this model, so you can't register for any warranty, etc. Left them a message & received no response. Their company is not primarily based in the USA apparently. Decent card, but I'd suggest others be safe and choose another brand.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER Naga Massively Multiplayer Online Gaming Mouse
Pros: Classic, but elegant, design w/blue glow we've come to love about Razer mice. High DPI. Helps us make use of the keyboard numpad we pretty much never get to use for games, due to their location, via the new 12 button layout on the mouse's side. The braided wiring is a nice touch. You can set macros via the software that comes w/the drivers.
Cons: No matter what I do, the Naga's configurator software won't open while I also have my Razer Lycosa keyboard installed. The setting I previously set for the Naga remain active, but I cannot get in to make any changes, or make macros. Sad to find it has issues with one of their own. The mouse 4 & 5 buttons (browser forward & back) are inconveniently placed. The addon for World of Warcraft is poorly made & is a joke. My whole UI got scrambled & the addon just makes things worse. If you play WoW, I'd recommend not installing the addon & just bind actionbar buttons to Naga buttons, while the Naga is in Num mode).
Other Thoughts: Fix/Replace the software & relocate the 2 buttons & you've got an untouchable product. Reguardless of the Cons, I'd say this is THE mouse to get if your a gamer.READ FULL REVIEW