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This review is from: RAZER DeathAdder Chroma USB Gaming Mouse
Pros: This mouse is great. I purchased it to replace a dying MMONaga, and out of the box I'm already pleased.
The mouse is slightly larger and has a more comforatble curve than most mice. I would prefer if it were bigger because I have giant hands, but alas my quest for a mouse that fits my hand continues.
It feels great in your hand though, and contrary to other reviews here, it's calibration is almost perfect straight out of the box.
Cons: Not necessarily a con, as it may have just been my experience, but it was surprisingly more involved to get the driver installed for this mouse.
Having a previous Razer Keyboard and Mouse, I already had Razer Synapse installed. You'd think I could just unplug the Naga and pop in the DAChroma and be good to go (the synapse marketing team would certainly like you to beleive that anyway) but it would not recognize it at all. Windows installed a basic driver obviously but synapse had to be completely uninstalled and reinstalled before it would even recognize the Chroma was installed.
This review is from: ARCTIC Freezer 11 LP CPU Cooler for Intel, Support Multiple Sockets, HTPC Ready
Pros: Looks awesome, seems like it should work great
Cons: Doesn't fit my Intel BOXDZ68BC LGA 1155 Intel Z68 board because of the additional heat sinks around the socket. There is a bar the completely covers where the mounting bracket for this fan has to go. It is a shame really, I'm going to have to find a different cooling device, but I will most likely give this to one of my customers.
Other Thoughts: If it works as half as good as advertised I will be thoroughly impressed. It boasts a fair amount considering the low cost. Some better measurement specifications listed would be nice.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks great, the LEDs have lasted longer than I expected them to, and the case fans are very quiet. Definitely an eye catcher, and it is incredibly spacious inside. I have enough room for anything I could possibly ever want in this beast. It was a bit of a tight fit for the power supply that I put in it, but not dangerously tight, just kinda comfy and snug.
Cons: Like many have said there are waaay too many screws involved in opening this case, but that's not too much of an issue foe me as I only need to open the case once to install everything (haters gonna hate). The only problem is, if you take off more than one panel... there is virtually no chance you will get everything back on correctly. The panels don't seem to all be the correct size for their location, and I felt like I was going to break the last panel trying to wedge it back in its place to put the screws in.
My biggest issue currently is that the front panel USB just fell apart. Literally. I unplugged my set of USB headphones and the divider between the two ports, and another piece (that I have yet to find to discover what it was) just fell straight out of the port and wont go back in. I can still use the top port, but now the bottom one is completely useless, and the hole looks twice as big.
Other Thoughts: If you don't mind using a USB port extension from the rear ports for more reliable usage then there isn't much of a problem with the case.
The "feet" for the case are concave on the glue side for some ludicrous reason so expect them to not adhere well and fall off if you move the computer a lot.
I may end up replacing this case with a fancier one just because some other people have had grounding issues, although I haven't had any myself.
All in all its a nice case, and considering how cheaply I got it, I'm happy with it.