Date Joined: 08/22/10
Pros: Great performance in ultrawide 2560 x 1080. Able to max out Borderlands 3, Apex, Overwatch, Valorant and CS GO. No fan rattle that other people have been getting. Ownership's is around 2months with an average of gaming 3 hours everyday.
Cons: None so far
Overall Review: Great performance, great bang for buck if you prefer green team. Ownership's is around 2 months with an average of gaming 3 hours everyday.
Pros: Beast of a card! upgraded from a 5870 1gb, and I can feel the difference! great for gaming at 1920x1080! cooler looks pretty wicked as well!
Overall Review: 2500k, 12gb of ram, 1.5tb, 750w psu
Pros: nice black paint 80 plus certified, lots of connectors, packaging of the item in it's retail box is really good as well, very enviromental friendly.
Overall Review: using in workstation rig, asus m2n-mx, nvidia 9500gt, xonar dg, am2 x2 4000+, akai apc 40, korg nano pad, numark mixtrack
Pros: 2000 dpi
Cons: I just dislike how it says "Forward" & "back" on the mouse, makes it look a bit messy for my tastes
Pros: -Interior painted black, which is a bit hard to find at the price point of this case.
-really nice and sturdy materials used for the case.
Cons: -no usb 3.0 ports, but I knew that purchasing this case, so not really a con.
Overall Review: if only it was free....
Pros: very comfortable, very quiet, slim profile, great keyboard for casual users, very affordable!
Cons: do not get if you are planning on gaming because it feels rather uncomfortable with first person shooter controls.
Pros: very comfortable for claw grip, very convenient location to change dpi, rubber is placed in locations where I think is perfect for gaming & for just about anything! mouse is the perfect size for my hands as well.
Cons: for right handed only, most likely would be best only for claw grip as well. dpi range from 500, 1000 and 2000. Took awhile to get used to since my old mouse was 1600dpi, I wished the sensitivity was in 800/1600/3200dpi and it would've made it easier for me to get situated with gaming on the mouse
Pros: allows me to do max/high/ultra high settings on 1920x1080.
pretty good upgrade from my 5770 1gb, happy with my purchase
Cons: runs a little long, almost didn't fit in my case. but I knew it was gonna be a long card. so not really a con (didn't knock any eggs off it either)
Overall Review: rig specs: Phenom II x4 940 - 4gb OCZ DDR2 GOLD - 250gb WD Caviar Blue + 500gb WD Caviar Blue - XFX HD-587X-ZNFC 1gb- Antec 300 - Antec Earthwatts750w- Acer S211HLbd 21.5'' 5ms LED-Backlight LCD Monitor
Pros: great keyboard! happy that it isn't built in with too much features, I was basically looking for a no-frills keyboard whilst looking decent cosmetically and resembles the feeling of a standard ps/2 keyboard. definitely happy with the purchase. other keyboards these days just feel wayyyyy to awkward for me to game on.
Cons: no cons at all
Overall Review: just wish it came in other colors besides red. (my computer has a black and green theme going on)
Pros: Works as expected, using it for photography and recording in 720p.. avchd lite format, very affordable class 10 card
Overall Review: great 8gb class 10 card.
+runs GTA IV, RFG & other games just fine.
+plays HD content flawlessly [compared to sempron 140 I had prior to the 240]
+shorter conversion times
+great Dual Core CPU on the cheap
Cons: none so far.
Overall Review: system specs:
-OCZ Platinum Edition 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800
-coolmax v600 psu
-antec 300 case
-250gb WD Caviar Blue Sata
-Win XP SP3
-PALIT HD 3850 512mb DDR2
-AMD Athlon II X2 240 2.8ghz
runs games fine with my rig @ low res of 1024x768