Date Joined: 10/20/04
Pros: Devours all games ulta
Cons: none some folks updated bios ,I had no desire to
Overall Review: Good power / Good Drivers / Good new Afterburner utiliity
Pros: Mega Power -Small Package , Does not overr heat , thumps like Lars Ulrich's Playing in the trunk ...
Overall Review: Newegg has this amp for $200.00 less than anywhere else I can find , buy it before it's gone....
Pros: Normally you get what you pay for , but this came free with a bundle . My son needed a new mouse and he loves it , great features and quality .
Overall Review: Like the accent lighting also.
Pros: I picked this card after weeks of reading reviews and really wanted an overclockable card to crossfire and one that cools well -I am not disappointed .Despite several reviews I have read online this card runs quiet and cool . The quiet part is subjective,I drive hot rods and have fired weapons and used explosives for 20 plus years of my career - you may be more sensitive than I to the fans , that said my son has a fresh set of ears and says this plus it's crossfired sibling is quieter than his GTX 770 with two fans- so take that for what its worth. I am more than happy with it's performance Cooling is great I have what I consider a well ventilated but not extreme case all on air - four 140 mm ventilation fans a 212 evo with another 140 this card and it's partner, a competing company's version of the same card with two fans . Under heavy load and benchmarking neither card got over 58c I was astounded ; I honestly believe this card is helping to cool the secondary card because the secondary card run by itself actually got up to 65 c plus running the same tasks before my purchase of this card . Sure I would have liked to have bought a R9 290 X but the budget was not there so I picked up my first R9 270 X then this card to crossfire and I am very pleased . Crossfired Gets 300 points higher than my sons GTX 770 4G Oc'ed in Heaven and 20 more fps, that will change when he gets his second card for Christmas but I am really happy with this setup . The Crossfire setup gets 90 to 138 FPS in BF4 all maxxed ultra settings. by itself it gets 40 to 85 FPS on same settings. I would recommend this as the best price/performance card on the market for the foreseeable future in my opinion it is a home run 200 dollar price point third model R9 series card stands alone in my book and I did consider going with the competition but at the price the R9 270 X really stands out .
Cons: I really don't see any .
Overall Review: I have to say if you are in the market for a sub 300 dollar card this is the one to have.I love it.
Pros: Nice finish,plenty of power ,long cables and runs quiet.
Cons: To be honest I needed a 700 w plus power supply quick and cheap due to the fact that I purchased a second R9 270 X to crossfire and had only a 500 w in my system and that was not sufficient to get up and running . My Budget was tight so I opted to get the Logisys 750 It is powering the Crossfire setup fine and I am more than satisfied with the performance. The only drawback is cable management really need a power supply with four 6-8 pin connectors and this only has two (that said I knew that when I purchased so was not expecting different) minus one star for cluttered case but that is the only con .
Overall Review: More than enough power and is working great. If you are running multiple cards this will work fine but cables get a bit messy so aesthetically it takes a hit . would prefer better cable management.
Pros: Works Great Always
Pros: Outstanding Picture Quality , I went from an aging (6 year old) vga led monitor . This thing is awesome . 1080HD is exactluy what I was hoping for .
Cons: Bezel shows some wear , I don't mind It is refurbished and it functions flawlessly.
Overall Review: I read the reviews and took a chance that I would be happy with a refurbished monitor and I am not disappointed.
Pros: Great performance runs way better than I had expected , Have had no trouble with heating , gets up around 60 c during heavy gaming in a well ventilated case . I replaced two XFX 7750s crossfired and expected an improvement and it was much better than I had expected 40 to 100 fps BF4 ultra settings and runs smooth , I will eventually move up to a R9 280x or higher and when I do it will be an XFX card , very impressed.
Cons: none looks nice works great
Overall Review: Puff the Magic Dragon is a weird song for children when you think about it.
Pros: Great game added bonus with GTX 770
Pros: Bought this power strip for my new build , I like new stuff , did not expect it to feel so solid for 8$ but I am very happy with it , works great .
Cons: none yet
Overall Review: Not for undersea use in the open ocean.
Pros: Faster connection than the ten year old cable it replaced , very happy with added bonus there. feels like a quality cable not thin cheap insulating cover like some .
Overall Review: Quality Cable , not what I would tow a truck with but would tow a bicycle easily , Works good with computer networking as well.
Pros: Easy to work with , Great Bios , Easy Overclocking , all the Bells and Whistles paired with a AMD A10-6800K Richland 4.1GHz seamless set up right out of the box , way more features than I need but I love it , Overclocked the Memory and the CPU easy-stable I love it.
Overall Review: This is the Bees Knees for the FM2 Socket , Love MSI .
Pros: Great CPU/GPU combo bought for my personal build on a budget , initially paired this with a Radeon XFX 7750 2gb gddr3 in dual graphics works great , now has two 7750 s in crossfire , doing a little at a time but the initial GPU with 7750 dual GPU is the real beauty with this .
Cons: Not A Spaceship
Overall Review: Price /Performance is excellent
Pros: Easy to work with fast , clean , comparable to WD Black editions
Cons: None Yet
Overall Review: I love it , How much do you love it?
Pros: Well worth the $ do not waste money on a RAZER unless you really love RAZER then have at it get this it's great , not heavy , but people complain about it being light , not for the heavy mouse guy or girl , convenient switch for dpi on top quickly switch real time .
Cons: The Convenient DPI switch can sometimes get hit during particularly intense gaming , not a con if you are aware , my fault led to some crazy BF3 missed shots but has not happened since .
Overall Review: Peanuts are a timeless snack and a cartoon .
Pros: WIN 8 , What is with the bad reviews . If you don't like it use linux or whatever .
Pros: Small case with plenty of room inside , Running four 120mm case fans, Hyper 212 EVO , crossfired graphics cards on full atx board MSI FM2 A85XA-G65 top rear fan slot is not accessible but I don't need it works as a vent with the four other fans churning the air plus the 120 MM cooler fan plenty of airflow keeping my system frosty. Very cool color and graphics scheme . I think it looks ominous put a red led fan in lower front neat effect.
Cons: Not really a Con but I replaced side panel screws with finger screws / Thumb screws sound painful
Overall Review: Some say yes , I say ....
Pros: AMD stock cooler looks like it came from the early 2000's P4 and performed about as good . Get this to cool my AMD A10-6800K Richland running stock speeds 4.1 Ghz. and 4.4 Turbo , at idle temps were getting in the 60 C range to low 70 s with stock cooler not what I was looking for, this cooler dropped temps across the entire range by about 30 C. With a modest overclock of 4.5 Ghz. applied after heavy use gets up to 58 c very happy with this cooler.
Cons: None , I read a lot of reviews stating the directions were hard to follow , I do not mean to be insulting but this thing is as straight forward as it gets , remove old , and in most cases except intel 2011 remove old mounts replace with new apply paste , apply cooler , done.
Overall Review: If frogs had wings, they wouldn't bump their rears when they hopped.
Pros: Fast , Stable , Cool , Awesome -Huge improvement over the AMD 7770 crossfire setup that it erplaced
Overall Review: Zotac = Awesome
Pros: Very Stable- clean power, better than more expensive power supplies and a lot of higher wattage power supplies.
Cons: None - Very Heavy usage not one complaint.
Overall Review: I see a lot of Failed after three years of heavy usage - I do not know how many power supplies i have run into the ground but apparently more than these guys, If you run one hard three years of honorable service is not that bad . most marriages wont last as long .
Pros: Works just as it should for a very good price , easy to use .
Cons: none noted
Overall Review: Small easy to use , easy to store . Very handy to keep in your car or toolbox.
Comments: Awesome Case Easy to work with , has a good solid quality feel , not flimsy, one drawback is the top fan gets in the way of a larger power supply , I moved my blue led fan to the outside of the case and with the aspire chrome grille it looks like it is at home there, awesome case all in all.
Comments: I got this for my sons computer , mainly a gaming comp with a 2.8 prescott, the system became unstable under load with stock cooling , but this thing <font>d</font>ropped it about 10 degrees C negating my problem altogether , very nice kit , easy to follow instructions , I would definitely reccomend, "worth the money"
Comments: As usual Newegg is awesome , I wont deal with another company , used this CPU to upgrade from a 2.4 Ghz. Nothwood Celly 400 Mhz. FSB, Paired with a BFG Tech 6800oc the Comp had some screen shudder and was unstable in certain Games with the 2.4 , with this CPU there are no issues. the performance I have Experienced is close behind my 3.06 Ghz. Northwood Oc'ed to 3.1 , if your looking for a cheap CPU for Gaming I would not hesitate to purchase this , Thanks Newegg...
Comments: I just got my own p4v8x-x board it arrived two days after ordering it , from California to Maryland , and less than a week before Christmas to boot, Thanx Newegg and Cheers to ASUS, two names that I trust. Overclocked my p4 3.06 ht to 3.2 solid as a rock and running cool will try more after putting on the new HS/Fan also purchased from Newegg .