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This review is from: MADCATZ CCB4330200B2/04/1 Madcatz ccb4330200b2/04/1 pc f L Y 5 stick
Pros: EXTREMELY Adjustable(!)
Software is easy to use and adaptable
Looks very cool
Cons: No sensitivity adjustment
Other Thoughts: I bought this stick as as a hold over for playing Star Citizen's Arena Commander. I originally intended to use it for a month or so and then upgrade to an X-55, but I am really enjoying this stick so much I think I will keep it instead! I was very impressed with the quality, it is plastic, but I get very little flex in any joints. Also the adjustability of the stick was just amazing. I have small hands and so was able to adjust it just perfect for what I wanted. Also the ability for it to fold up and become very compact and store behind my monitor and out of my desk area is great, not something I have seen from any other HOTAS.
The software it comes with works great and is very easy to use. My one and only compliant is there is no sensitiy adjustment.
Overall I am very impressed with the look, feel, and function of this stick. Much more then I expected it be.
Pros: EXTREMELY easy to set up and use
Built in Wi-Fi card
Cons: Windows 8.1!
Other Thoughts: This computer was purchased at work for use in the office. Extremely easy and clean setup up, works silently and very quickly. Only reason it gets 4 eggs and not 5 is because of Windows 8.1, which is the only OS aviable on this system.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great bang for the buck
Easy to install and setup
Drivers and software from AMD work great and make everything easy!
takes well to OC, not gotten over 60*C
Cons: Not as high quality as I was hoping for, but the game is PRE-Alpha
Other Thoughts: I bought this card for use for the next 2 or so year waiting on Star Citizen to come out. The hanger module is not AS high quality as I had hopped, but looks great still. The Arena Commander module is great! I get 40+FPS in all modes on max settings. I really do think I will buy the 4G version and run Crossfire on it.READ FULL REVIEW