Joined on 04/10/15
Good Headset, comfortable
Pros: Sound is good, clear, range is ok. Battery life between charges is good.
Overall Review: Other thoughts: If you have a peanut head, you might not want to get this as the fully retracted is about 4" from outside of cushion to outside of cushion - while off your head. On a small head, that might be loose. If you have a 17" Angela Davis afro, like Gus's kids do, you should be ok. If you're in-between the above but still feels loose, just put on a ball cap, should be snug then.
Pros: Flashy shade of red. So cool.
Cons: -Windows auto detected the hardware, DL speeds were 3meg up/3meg down on an otherwise 100meg down/17meg up wifi network with cable service. -Installed the drivers with provided CD on a perfectly stable machine with Windows 10, got 2 BSOD during the install process. Had to download off the official site with the 3meg up/down speeds, 200meg file. real nice. -after a few reboots, got it to "work", i.e., stable, no BSOD; now my audio did echo sound for all playback. (had to go to recording > disable stereo effect to fix). -My USB keyboard and mouse was all of a sudden not detected by my Logitech software and running as generic plug in. Had to re-install G Hub to fix. -went back to my original setup and back to my 100meg down/17meg up. Well excuse me for trying to use a "faster" adapter. never again with this company.
Overall Review: These aren't drivers, they're MALWARE. AVOID THIS TRASH.
Ok, but not good for long term use
Pros: Good profile software manager, even for Logitech. Good form factor. Lots of buttons, all programmable.
Cons: Frequently used G-buttons need to be mashed in a little harder to respond as they are starting to fail.
Overall Review: Looking at my order history, I got this almost 2 years ago to the date. The most used thumb button on this is the G9 button and it's starting to go out. I have to mash it harder to get it to respond. This button gets probably a hundred clicks a day, but it's a gaming mouse and it needs to work longer than this. This is essentially the last straw as this is not the first bad mouse I've gotten from them and I think I'm done with Logitech after this, I was a dedicated customer of their products for years as they had the best gaming electronics first, but there are others now, so I'm going to look elsewhere. I suggest you do the same too.
Pros: Good SSD, no issues with install. Windows 10 setup saw the drive right away.
Overall Review: Other thoughts: This is not on a RAID array. I'm using this for a OS drive, storage/gaming goes to a NVMe M.2. I'm not going to redirect the Temp and TMP folders in Environment Variables to a conventional HDD (as I don't have one in this build) like I did in the past with older SSD, back when they came out. Hope it lasts.
Some of the best air-cooling
Pros: Good size to cool off a Core i7-9700k. Cut outs in the design to make room for high profile memory heat spreaders. Extra clips provided for a 2 fan setup.
Overall Review: Other thoughts: I removed the back panel fan to make room for this cooler. I have seen a max temp so far of 56C running StarCraft 2, high graphics settings. Max TDP at the time observed was 102W.
Core X71, good size case
Pros: Lots of room, good solid design. I like how there is a separate bay at the bottom for an optional PSU mount sideways to face the fan out the side.
Cons: Cheap dust covers, the sticky magnet is coming off of my covers right out of the box, I had to reapply it back on.
Overall Review: Other thoughts: I was going to get a water cooling system, but changed my mind at the last second. I moved the back fan to the bottom front as I needed that space for a Noctua heat sink with push-pull fan setup. Case manufacturers should go back to basics and not have a view port on the side of cases as we don't need them. Just design them with vented side panels.