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Brendan J.

Brendan J.

Joined on 03/20/19

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Most Favorable Review

Superior Monitor

AORUS AD27QD 27" 144Hz QHD 2560 x 1440 1440P G-SYNC Compatible and FreeSync Gaming Monitor Exclusive Built-in ANC Display HDR 1ms Response Time 10-Bit IPS 95% DCI-P3 Display Port 2 x HDMI 2 x USB 3.0
AORUS AD27QD 27" 144Hz QHD 2560 x 1440 1440P G-SYNC Compatible and FreeSync Gaming Monitor Exclusive Built-in ANC Display HDR 1ms Response Time 10-Bit IPS 95% DCI-P3 Display Port 2 x HDMI 2 x USB 3.0

Pros: - The display is amazing and free of any defects (no dead pixels) - The stand is incredibly sturdy, if not a little hefty - No fading towards the edges - Colors are perfect - No tearing during gaming - Comes with a multitude of the latest inputs - Includes a display port cable in the box that works perfectly

Cons: None. I loved it so much I bought a second one. Both are connected to a 2080 Ti and work flawlessly.

Overall Review: Buy one and you won't be disappointed. This is a high quality product. Setup: - MSI Gaming Desktop Infinite X Plus 9SF-271US Intel Core i7 9th Gen 9700K (3.60 GHz) 16 GB DDR4 2 TB HDD 256 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Windows 10 Pro 64-bit - Dual Aorus AD27QD 27" 144Hz 1440P FreeSync Gaming Monitors - MSI Keyboard - MSI Mouse

Exactly as advertised

USB Rechargeable Green Light Laser Pointer Pen 5mW High Power Beam
USB Rechargeable Green Light Laser Pointer Pen 5mW High Power Beam

Pros: - Shipped in less than a week from China - Is as bright as you'd expect a 5 mW to be - Affordable - My cat loves it

Cons: None so far

Overall Review: For the price point, this is a perfect laser pointer. The construction is solid and it definitely doesn't feel as cheap as the kind you'd find at a Target or Wal-mart. It performs exactly as you'd expect.

Great mouse!

Corsair Dark Core RGB Performance Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse, Black, Backlit RGB LED, 16000 dpi, Optical
Corsair Dark Core RGB Performance Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse, Black, Backlit RGB LED, 16000 dpi, Optical

Pros: - RGB - Very comfortable for my massive hands - Works as advertised - Sturdy and not in the least-bit flimsy or cheap feeling

Cons: The only downfall of this mouse is the short battery life. If I'm working at home on my computer, I have to make sure to plug the mouse into the desktop instead of using wireless because the battery lasts roughly a day on a full charge. Not a big issue worthy of knocking it down an egg, but it is something to consider if you are buying it for mobility.

Overall Review: I would definitely recommend this if you are looking for a high-end mouse.

Fairly decent - would recommend

MSI Gaming Desktop Infinite X Plus 9SF-271US Intel Core i7 9th Gen 9700K (3.60GHz) 16GB DDR4 2TB HDD 256 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
MSI Gaming Desktop Infinite X Plus 9SF-271US Intel Core i7 9th Gen 9700K (3.60GHz) 16GB DDR4 2TB HDD 256 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

Pros: - Comes with a 2080 Ti - 9th Gen i7 performs flawlessly - No leaks in the water cooling - Starts up in seconds - Compiles code and renders CAD flawlessly - Gaming is second-to-none on the pre-built market - Shipping was less than a week - Temps are great under loads - Case is solid and all the ports work as they should

Cons: There is only 1 flaw that I find with this, but it does concern me. About once every hour and a half when doing something that tasks the GPU even the slightest (Youtube, games, etc.), my computer stutters and glitches for about 3 seconds. During those 3 seconds, audio modulates and slows way down and the video output as well as my peripheral input straight-up freezes. After 3 seconds of this, I can hear the water pump restart and my computer unlocks. After owning it for 5 weeks, it has yet to fully crash or BSOD after this... but I also can't pinpoint what is causing this glitch to happen. It isn't from anything I installed as it was doing this since I pulled it straight out of the box it was doing this when I first booted it up. If I could figure this out, I'd give the product a full 5 eggs. I'm leaning towards it being a manufacturing defect with the HDD or the MOBO. I don't believe it is the 2080 Ti causing the problem since the audio output from the MOBO is affected as well. I would still recommend it as this seems to be an isolated manufacturing defect since I can't find anyone else with the same problem and the 2080 Ti seems to perform fine (despite the scare upon release of the 2080 Ti). I will update to 5 eggs if I can figure this out and fix the problem.

Overall Review: The power button also feels cheap and flimsy, but it works fine. Just don't go thumb-punching your case to get it started and the flimsy power button won't be an issue. The rest of the case is absolutely solid (it's perfectly painted aluminum) with fantastic venting. This product, overall, seems to be exactly as advertised (with the exception of whatever is causing the glitch outlined above). The peripherals that come with (mouse and keyboard) are RGB, but they feel to be on the cheaper side. Functionally, they work perfectly fine so far. I just worry they won't last more than a year... Setup: - MSI Gaming Desktop Infinite X Plus 9SF-271US Intel Core i7 9th Gen 9700K (3.60 GHz) 16 GB DDR4 2 TB HDD 256 GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Windows 10 Pro 64-bit with water-cooling - MSI mouse and keyboard (included with desktop) - Dual Aorus (Gigabyte) 27" 2k 144hz IPS panels