Date Joined: 03/03/16
Pros: -Superb wireless tech
-Safe ambidextrous shape
-Great battery life (60 hours)
-Coating is really good and helps grip
-Some of the best M1+M2 clicks in the game
-One of the best scroll wheels
Cons: -None so far, will see durability in the long run
Overall Review: Amazing unboxing and first impressions, this mouse feels quality and ticks all the boxes of a top tier mouse. Can't go wrong with the shape and wireless freedom really helps feel comfy while gaming and other tasks. Time will tell if any problems arise with the mouse, but Logitechs customer service is A1.
Pros: -Nice consistent paste
-Transfers heat to cooler with ease
-Little break in time
-Easily 5-10 cpu paste applications in a tube
Overall Review: Recommended
Pros: -Sturdy build
-Cables are all quality and braided
-Runs quiet and flawlessly
-Zero system instability (550w PSU is plenty for an AMD 3600+b450 mobo and GTX 1080)
Cons: None (maybe price)
Overall Review: You get what you pay for, There are semi modular that are a bit cheaper but If the price is close then go for it. Gold certified is always my go to for PSU , they seem to hold up well. I recommend this PSU and its wattage for any standard single gpu build. You will have room to spare unless you are running a 9900k/3950x and 2 2080tis.
Pros: -Great clean looking motherboard
-Runs with Ryzen 5 3600 flawlessly
-XMP was easy to enable and all of bios was easy to work around
-Plenty of fan headers
-Great VRM and temperature management
-NIC (realtek) works really efficient and stable for good network and gaming capabilities
Cons: -No Wifi/Bluetooth
Overall Review: This is a very good board to build around. It seems to have well placed and quality VRMs to dissipate heat. This mobo chipset stays cooler than the CPU temperature or matches it. Has reinforced PCIE for the gpu and overall the quality is there for the price. Built in ethernet works flawless and the board has overclock potential. My ryzen 5 3600 is holding 1.37 V Vcore at 4.2 ghz on all cores so it seems like I got a pretty good cpu and the board is handling everything with ease.
Pros: -Plug and play with my MSI B450 Tomahawk Max
-XMP enabled without issue, ran at 3200 MHZ speed (rated speed from T-Force)
-Aesthetic and clean look
-Works without bsod or errors, gaming has been a breeze
Cons: -No Cons from me, but lack of RGB could be a Con for others.
Overall Review: Overall, I recommend this 16GB Ddr4 3200mhz kit. If the price is lower then others go for it, if something with similar spec goes for cheaper then try that. But this works without any tweaking aside from enabling XMP on my setup (B450 tomahawk + Ryzen 5 3600)
Pros: -Build quality
-Cordura fabric texture
-Long lasting and durable
-Large space to cover for mouse
-Rubber base holds pad in place
-Mix of speed and control
-Good stopping control
Cons: -Price (but other pads at this size are priced similiar)
-Outer packaging was slightly damaged, but the inside goods being the mousepad was untouched.
Pros: -Solid construction
-Painless driver intstall /w windows 10 taking care of it
-stable download/upload rate (Getting 1gbps fiber line to my home) and results are much more consistent than the realtek on-board mobo lan card
-no ping loss and ping seems more stable in games
Cons: -none (could be cheaper but still a very good brand compared to other replacement PCI-E network cards which contain realtek)
Overall Review: Not a necessary item to purchase unless you notice your desktop is having latency or stability issues with the built in port. Intel has clean drivers and lifetime warranty on the card is always a plus. Definitely has better build quality than what was in my mobo for LAN.