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This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: This mouse is really good. I am a claw/finger gripper. I rest my wrist on a wrist mouse pad( gel) and i barely move the mouse. Its really GOOD to hold for me. My finger and thumb grip sides of mouse, and it has good Rubber with good grip that easily holds my fingers without and work or feeling my my hand is going to slip.
There the dpi is quite amazing and accurate. You can have 5 dpi settings9 of which you can scroll through with up and down DPI buttons beside Mouse Left click. It has a profile button just behind scroll button. You can change profiles on the fly. You can change DPI on the fly with saved profiles( the SOFTWARE is great and easy to use).
There is a snipe button that can be set for a small dpi for shooter games. I personally play MMO, i just use it for different abilites in game.
the mouse feels well build and thought through. Great purchase.
Cons: Well, 5 buttons are for DPI or porfile switching.
When i bought the mouse i was just hoping for a few more than the usuall 2 buttons for mmo play. I just didnt want the 12 button on the side mouse. But i can use some of them for other things. There is no mention of what the buttons actually do anywhere really on newegg. I honestly would have got a differnt mouse if i had known() not that this mouse is bad in anyway, i just wanted a good MMO more than 2 button on side mouse)
Other Thoughts: Great purchase, DPI is crazy, up to 12000. VERY accurate lazer. ALL in all im glad i got it. ANd im just starting to use it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Keeps my Overclocked Intel 4670K @ 4.6ghz while playing WOW(which is cpu heavy) at max graphics with an R9 280 @ 45oC. Idle at 25oC. fans speeds i keep around 30% unless its gaming which its around 45-55%
Cons: There is a FILL Valve which is facing the pump on the radiator. I cant place it face down with pump going down in my case AT the top of the case unless i place it below the 200mm fan because of it. I can place it the other way but the way the tubes bend is a way i dont feel comfortable with.
MY case is a thermaltake v Core 71( massive case with lots of cooling options)
Other Thoughts: Had a Coolermaster hyper 212 evo with 2 JETFLO led blue fans(95CFM EACH) which kept it at 65oC while gaming and 35-40oC at idle. Very happy with it as well. it was on sale for $94 plus a $25 mail in rebate.
Other than the little issue with the fill valve, which im pretty sure is just the same with all the other AIO Liquid Coolers, is very minor. Actual product has a quality feel to it. I really like the BLUE led on the pump., goes with my Black and Blue theme.
Pros: This is my second Intel build. Last cpu was a 2500k. IT was great. I did alot of reviews about the new ivy bridge/haswell cpu it is hotter but by a few degrees celsius. 2500k was at 28C at idle with a noctua d-14 cooler. 4670k is 31-33 at idle with a coolermaster 212 evo with 2 120mm CM jetflo fans.
I wont buy amd because of a lack of CPU power.( formyself)
Cons: Expensive compared to AMD processors. but then Intel really doesnt have competition in cpu power really. AMD is good too, but not for my needs.
Other Thoughts: I have
r9 280 HIS graphics card
g.skill ares 8gb 2133 ram
BenQ 27" 2ms response time
Thermaltake core V71
EVGA gold 650 PS
works great for me. i mostly game and brows net.
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