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This review is from: AORUS GP-THUNDER P3X THUNDER P3 Gaming Mouse Pad - Extended
Pros: -Very nice and soft, with very nice stitched edges.
-Comfortable to rest hands on
-Very large with more than enough room for a full-sized keyboard, a 12" square for the mouse on the right, with leftover room on the left for a candy bowl or candles or whatever else (microphone maybe?).
-Pad is definitely deep enough at about more than a foot of depth.
-Very thick and premium feeling
-Holds up after extended use (been using for about 6 months with no noticeable wear)
Cons: -Sometimes hard to get crumbs off...but that's universal
Other Thoughts: The mousepad is very nice and high-end feeling, with more than enough space for anyone and their needs. I had to make sure it would even fit on my desk before buying! 100% worth the $38 USD I paid for it.
I recommend this mouse pad to everyone who wants to basically have a full-desk mouse pad for maximum range on peripherals.
Pros: -Supplies power (hey whaddya know!)
-Great power efficiency
Cons: -No problems so far!
Other Thoughts: It has quite a lot of connections, and is fair with how many of each there are. Only one for auxiliary (molex, berg), a few for PCIe (not sure), many for SATA (3 or something?!), and there might be more but I'm not sure.
The motherboard power connector was kind of weird to try and figure out how to connect it all and how it plugged into the power supply, and...which end went where (at least for me), but it may have also had something to do with the fact that I put the unit in my build before connecting the connectors I needed.
I HIGHLY recommend connecting everything you need before putting this in your case.
This review is from: Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Cherry MX Brown
Pros: -High quality feel
-Software is very user friendly and useful, which many options and preset effects and ways to make your own effects.
-Has device memory
Cons: -A little expensive for what you get (I bought mine at about $170).
-If you install a default profile onto the keyboard that has special lighting effects (wave, keypress ripple effects, etc.), then the device WILL NOT have ANY lights until you login and the software is loaded in Windows. HOWEVER, if you have static lighting set as the default profile saved to the device memory, it will work just fine. Not sure why this is.
-Also noticed some issues at bootup where typing or pressing keys before Windows loads (e.g. going into UEFI settings or doing something else outside of Windows, EVEN ON BIOS MODE), the keyboard brightness changes with every keystroke as if you're pressing the brightness key. Strange.
Other Thoughts: When I first received mine, the volume wheel seemed a bit stiff. I thought it was odd and definitely seemed stiffer than my liking, but later, while using, I pushed it down a little which clicked it back into place (I guess?) which made it smooth and easy to use. Maybe it came out of it's wheel thing in shipping?
You can download and install profiles easily.