This is a bit overdue, since I finished this build in July, but I kept changing my mind about the headphones and never really got the time to post it. This was my first build, and since then I've built 4 more for client builds. Nothing really went wrong since I fully bought a Windows copy, and despite it being my first time I've watched closer to 20 videos on how to do it. I'm 13, so it was particularly hard to get all the money to do this build. I'm happy I did it considering that now I don't have to worry about paying $60 a year plus the ridulous COD prices I was paying. I mean seriously? $100 a year just for the game and all of the maps? I also play Arma 3 and Fallout 4 occasionally so that hopefully justifies the build. Merry Christmas everyone!
(P.S.) MatthewTina2015: Before you ask, I'm younger than you :p
Best midranged chip out there right now, if your PC budget is $800 then this is certainly the way to go.
I bought it for $10, dead silent, looks great with my red and black color scheme
Decent motherboard, setup was a breeze, wifi is decent. Soundcard blew way past my expectations. However, in the 6 months of me owning this one of the two connrctors for the wifi broke and one of the back USB ports no longer work.
I got it pretty cheap, Fps on any game I've tried is phenomenal, despite heavier games making it sound like a car engine
Fits on my desk perfectly, HUGE fan in the front which certainly made up for my lack of fan connectors, surprisingly portable. thumbscrews were a godsent during the build and they still are today.
Best power supply out there. Hands down. EVGA thought of EVERYTHING. hate plugging in the 13 LED connectors? They made an adapter so it takes no effort or table flipping to accurately connect them. High quality sleek black cables, power switch do you don't have to worry about breaking anything when you unplug the power cord, comes in a thin fabric sleeve which makes it feel luxurious to use.
The overpriced garbage that was only bought for its game support
Everyone always says that Razer's stuff breaks too easily, especially their keyboards. What they don't know is that about a year or two ago Razer changed their switch manufactories, and now their switches are a lot higher quality and feel more tactile. Great for portability, I can fit my mouse, mousepad, and phone in the case comfortably.
I like it's ergonomic shape, and the bind software is more versatile than Logitech's and a lot easier to use than corsairs, but it's all preferance
Have a $100 budget for a gaming headset? GET. THESE. HEADPHONES. their quality is outstanding and never get hot. Its padding is a very comfortable memory foam. it is not 7.1, hallelujah.