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Pros: This is a very sturdy case. The primary material is metal, but even the plastic components are thick and strong. With the exception of the somewhat flimsy and rickety "missile cover" for the power button, all components of the case seem strong and built to last.
The amount of drive slots is completely absurd on this case, there is no way most people are going to utilize the maximum number of drives that this thing can hold- however, what is really interesting is that you can rearrange the allignment of the drive slots to fit a larger gpu- im not sure if you'd be able to fit 2 large cards in there for SLI/Crossfire, but its great to know that i can pop out some unused drive slots to fit a bigger graphics card.
This case also has a nifty cable management system- you can actually run some wires behind the motherboard to keep them out of the way. This is handy because there are extra cables coming from the top of the case due to the HotSwapping drive on the top-outside of the case. My rig has never looked cleaner due to the numerous routes to run cables.
FANS! This baby hides a monster intake fan behind the front cover. I didnt even know it was there until I started installing my extra drives and took of the front cover. This fan is almost half the height of the case! The included rear fan is fairly large as well and appears to be will built. This case also has support for top, bottom, and side fans, with removable dust filters for each side. I've never worried about overheating before, and now im sure i never will.
Its orange. Lets be honest, you know youre looking at this case because the orange caught your eye. To be honest, i was expecting more of a darker burnt orange than the traffic cone orange that it turned out to be, but this case will certainly attract lots of attention- especially if you pop off that front cover and show off the jet engine fan with complimentary red LEDs.
Cons: My one complaint is that the ports on the top of the case (2 usb3, headphone, and mic) are a little stiff. It takes more effort than expected to get things in and out. Im hoping maybe they just need to be... broken in? I hope that is the case, but this hardly makes a difference overall.
Other Thoughts: I'll be honest, I got this case because it reminded me of the HEV suit from Half Life.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: not complete garbage
Cons: 99% garbage
Other Thoughts: This card is alluring at face value-
Its cheap, fits in a small slot, and has an optical out.
Well, it has an optical out, but it doesnt do anything useful. For whatever reason, the optical ports on this card only support stereo. One of the manufacture's replies claims that this is the case, but i did not see it before, and i dont see it now, so
THE OPTICAL PORT DOES NOT SUPPORT SURROUND SOUND.
THE OPTICAL PORT ONLY SUPPORTS STEREO.
since this is the case, there is really no reason to buy this product, you can get much cheaper usb solutions for audio. oh, and their tech support is a joke too. If you have trouble with this brand, dont expect them to have any more knowledge than you do about how a sound card is supposed to work.
This review is from: Logitech G300 Black/Gray 9 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 2500 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: Lots of extra buttons (5 programmable)
Great software for customizing light color, sensitivity, and programmable keys
A button to switch between your 3 presets
The mouse and button layout are symettrical, which is not a pro for everyone, but as a lefty it is very rare to have a gaming caliber mouse that can be used effectively
I really love this mouse, I could easily see it being the last gaming mouse I ever own, and should I ever need another, i will choose this model again.
Cons: I have average to slightly below average sized hands- This mouse is right at the threshold where any smaller would not be good for hardcore gaming/ Surfing would be fine, but if youre large handed, sorry, keep looking.
Other Thoughts: For some reason, whenever i restart my computer, it reverts back to the lowest dpi setting, but once i cycle to the next preset (simple as pushing the lowermiddle button), everything works fine again. Possibly user error or something i have to tweak in the software, but worth noting.READ FULL REVIEW