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Pros: Quiet- The fan on this PSU when set to the appropriate mode doesn't even kick on until a certain percentage load is hit. What this means is that if you have your PC in a more public area (I have mine next to my TV in my family room) your PSU fan will be completely silent because it is not running. This is a must for those of us that want a full powered HTPC but want it to still be as quiet as possible.
Quality- Excellent craftsmanship and feels very sturdy. It has some heft to it and very solid feeling, which I consider good because if anyone has handled a cheap PSU they weigh almost nothing.
Power- Obviously the main point behind a PSU, and this has 750 continuous watts with very high gold efficiency. Not much else to say other than that.
Modular- This PSU is fully modular, and not all are which is a plus for any case.
Cons: Would have been nice if corsair link came with the PSU. I bought it, and it is fairly priced if you need that kind of control over your PSU.
Other Thoughts: I needed a power supply that could be ultra quiet, give me over 700 watts, fully modular, and be well made. The RM750 exceeds all of these requirements.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Space: I was really running into issues with my older 120gb SSD’s not having the space I needed, this one fits the bill with 480gb which should be more than enough for my OS, programs, and games.
Speed: Once you go SSD you can never go back. This sucker is fast, I ran some benchmarks using ATTO Disk Benchmarking utility and it reaches its advertised speeds. The read on my drive clocked in at 543MB/Sec.
Reliability: Corsair is known for the reliability of their SSD’s, I have never had an issue with one, which I can’t say the same for other manufacturers.
Other Thoughts: Other thoughts: If you are stuck on whether or not to get a larger SSD, definitely go for the larger one. I regretted it the day I bought my 120gb drive a year ago and finally decided to get one that could hold my most used programs which I decided 480gb would be enough plus extra room for the future.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming headset
Pros: I like to go back and update my reviews after I have had the product for a while to let people know if things have changed. I have now had the vengeance 2000 for about 8 months.
There have really been no changes since my last review. It is still the headset I use and abuse every day. I have had no audio issues, sound output is still superb as well as mic input.
I still take advantage of the surround sound capabilities especially during FPS games where it is much easier to hear where an enemy or teammate is compared to other headsets I have used.
I have had no construction issues with the headset as everything is still in one piece and functioning like it did on day one.
I have not had any issues installing the corsair software on windows 8 that some people seem to be having difficulty with. I upgraded to windows 8 in Feb and I had a seamless transition with their software.
I have used a few of my friend’s headsets while gaming at their house and my headset (vengeance 2000) is by far the more comfortable. My ears are a decent size and they fit in easily and comfortably.
Other Thoughts: Great wireless headset that still looks and acts like new.READ FULL REVIEW