Date Joined: 09/27/09
Pros: Great, cheap mouse. It's not your thirty button, elite, gaming mouse but it's a great mouse a great price.
Overall Review: None.
Pros: You can use it to type on.
Cons: Small backspace key isn't very appealing. Left shift key is a little tough to press down in my case.
Overall Review: All things considered, I would order a different keyboard, as Newegg has a fine selection of better ones for similar prices.
Pros: This board ran right out of the box, as well as every other piece of a nine piece order for a new build. AMI bios, which is okay. Lots of options. Fancy. I'm running this board, some Ripjaw DDR3 RAM, a 630 Propus, and an 8800 Alpha Dog edition.
Overall Review: Crossfire ready. The above setup runs Bioshock max, Oblivion max (with several graphic intensive mods), Spore max, and The Witcher max, etc etc.
This is a good board for the DDR3 platform. Recommended.
Pros: ESD will kill your parts. ESD is eliminated with a combination of this product and an anti-static mat, both available from your friendly computer super store, Newegg. No more dead parts from faulty installation. For this price everyone should at least have a wrist strap.
Overall Review: N/A
Pros: For the price, this particular processor is wonderful for mid range systems. In other words, systems that aren't Intel's new line based. ZIF socket accepts the processor effortlessly. Works well with any AM3 board. 2.8Ghz x4 is nice for the price.
Overall Review: No L3 cache.
Pros: I understand enough about this hard drive to know 500GB is a good amount of space for the price. It was recommended to me because it was faster than one I'd picked out. The main thing was it arrived alive and ready to be installed.
Pros: Passed strenuous graphical tests. Haven't run Memtest yet. Haven't seen the need to. This is fast RAM. Went great with an Asus 790X mobo and Athlon 630 2.8Ghz x4. Both sticks were up and running on order.
Overall Review: If you're a new builder make sure you align your RAM sticks right with the mobo/ make sure they're compatible.
Pros: Prevents ESD in a nice little square. Gives plenty of room to assemble a motherboard outside of a case. Because of of this product and a hand anti-static wrist wrap, putting together a new computer was a snap.
Overall Review: Roll it out and put some books on it, as someone has mentioned. That way you have a flat surface.