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Pros: This is a very comfortable mouse to use. The thumb rest is a great idea that other manufacturers should emulate. The side buttons are fully programmable and spaced in a way that reduces miss clicks. The side buttons come to an edge making them a little less than comfortable to use. They do not hurt to use, just not comfortable. The two extra buttons on the left side of the left mouse button are also programmable allowing you to override its default settings as the dpi presets. The Logitech software is simply the easiest ui I have used for gaming peripherals.
The mouse comes with a usb extension cable which I used to place the dongle within a couple of feet of the mouse. I have not had a single disconnect issue.
Battery live is exemplary, I get a good 8 or so months out of them. I game approximately 5 hours a night!
Cons: I have purchased 3 of these, two for me and one for my son. To date, 2 out of three mice have had a failure with the middle click on the scroll wheel. My sons is still fine as he does not use the middle wheel click! I will try to use the warranty for repair/replacement, but by the reviews I have seen, I am not going to hold my breath.
Other Thoughts: If not for the reliability issue with the middle mouse wheel button, I would whole-heartedly suggest this mouse. I love this mouse so much that I went ahead and ordered another while I wait for replacement of the two failed units.
If you have disconnect issues, move the dongle out from behind your metal case. This is what Logitech supplies the extension cable for!
This review is from: MSI GeForce GTX 970 GAMING 4G
Pros: Absolutely chews up any game I have thrown at it. I am running ESO at 1080p max settings and it runs butter smooth.
Absolutely zero coil wine.
Running cool and quiet. I am using Precision x to set a custom fan curve (using default precision x curve), the card idles at 31degrees, and is maxing out at 49degrees! And it is still silent inside of a case.
As others have noted, mine is also boosting past listed specs to 1316mhz at its stock settings, AWESOME!
Beautiful color scheme matches my MSI z87 GD65 motherboard and case lighting.
Lite up MSI logo and dragon on the side (white).
Two DVI connectors which I prefer over HDMI. I don't use monitor speakers.
Military class 4 components (meet MIL-STD-810G regulations), which are designed to provide higher stability, lifespan, and efficiency.
Cons: No back plate.....I almost bought another brand because of this. But the Gigabyte card is way long, and the Asus card is limited by the single 8 pin power connector. The card does sag a little in the slot, but only a little.
By default, the fans do not spool up till the card hits 65degrees, then shut back off at 50degrees. Besides shortening the life span of the card (simple physics, the hotter something runs, the quicker it degrades), this dumps unnecessary heat into your case. Heat that the rest of your components have to deal with. Fortunately, both Precision x and MSI afterburner allow you to override this making for an almost perfect video card.
Other Thoughts: Compared to its peers (Gigabyte, Asus, and EVGA);
Second best cooler (Gigabyte has the best if you can fit it).
Best power delivery system.
The best components.
Second best oc of the $349 cards (though everybody seems to be getting at least 1316 boost at stock which ties it for best).
After considering the above points, I decided on this card. I am glad I did, this card ROCKS!!!
Pros: Maxwell architecture, included back plate, metal shrouds, 6 phase power delivery system with digital power control, and high end components.
Cons: Fans don't spool up until it hits 65 degrees....Seriously!!! This is not a media center card, there is absolutely no reason to put silence before longevity! Simple fact; the warmer electronics run, the shorter their life span. It's simple physics!!!
They should set a conservative fan curve instead. Say start the fans at 25% and ramp them to 100% at the GPU's throttle point. Still would have a silent card in a case, but it would run cooler throughout its load range.
Other Thoughts: My Asus GTX 670 with, direct cu cooler, was set from the factory at 19% fan speed to 60 some degrees where it would start ramping up. It was running at 68 degrees playing ESO on high settings. I used EVGA'S precision x to set a software controlled fan curve starting at 40% ramping to 100% at 90 degrees. I still cannot hear the card and it runs 12 degrees cooler under the same load!READ FULL REVIEW