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This review is from: Razer Kraken 7.1 Surround Sound USB Over Ear Gaming Headset
Pros: I've owned these things for 2 years and they haven't crapped out yet. Listening to music is fine and I can decently hear where people are in game thanks to the help of Razer's 3D audio software.
Cons: I HAD to buy a separate $15 microphone for these because of the sound quality.
For the first year they were very uncomfortable (maybe they shaped my head).
After about 5 hours of use they start to hurt.
To be honest there are headsets with better sound quality and comfort out there for lower the price. I don't suggest.
Other Thoughts: A month back they started buzzing and I thought they were breaking but it turned out to be my motherboard's audio jacks.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Vengeance K70 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Red LED - Cherry MX Red Switches
Pros: I can't take anything away from this keyboard because the only reason I stopped using it was because of preference. It was durable and did everything it was supposed to. I'm just not an MXRed type of guy I suppose.
Cons: It got a little gross but then again so do my current keyboard and mouse that I constantly have to clean off. Maybe I have a skin condition.
Other Thoughts: Maybe I'll try a K70 with MXBluesREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Got this card around August I believe and it's still performing well. I run 2 monitors, 1 for stuff like music, mumble, YouTube videos, steam etc. and the other for my games. It does all of this fine. I usually don't play high intensity game like BF4 but it usually handles them on high settings pretty well. If you wanna record it's no problem because of GeForce's incredible ShadowPlay technology, which as of recently, supports Windowed mode. Record anything you want with basically no lag at all. If you're stuck between nVidia and AMD I would go with nVidia for their software.
Cons: It's a little louder than I'd like and some times my screen will flicker but that could be caused by problems other than the card or even because of faulty drivers. Not gonna take an egg off for that. It won't take everything you throw at it but it wasn't meant for that. It's a good budget card.
Other Thoughts: Recommend itREAD FULL REVIEW