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What?
Also you dont have to sacrifice quality or speed with wireless, weight yes, but that if you care. Logitech's G602 is just as fast as your standard wired mouse, and its wireless, and its battery lasts an insane amount of time. I bought mine like 3-4 months ago, and i only just changed the batteries last month, just as an example.

I wanted to get a Plextor M6e originally in order to eliminate cable clutter.

As for the sacrifice, I was thinking the following:

Quality: Corsair 2100 aren't that great compared to other real headphones
Weight: wireless mice are heavier cause of the batteries. I used to have a wireless Logitech laptop mouse and the batteries def weigh down on your hand.
Speed: Plextor M6e is not as fast as other normal SSD's that cost less
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I wanted to get a Plextor M6e originally in order to eliminate cable clutter.

As for the sacrifice, I was thinking the following:

Quality: Corsair 2100 aren't that great compared to other real headphones
Weight: wireless mice are heavier cause of the batteries. I used to have a wireless Logitech laptop mouse and the batteries def weigh down on your hand.
Speed: Plextor M6e is not as fast as other normal SSD's that cost less
You do know that SSD's take the exact same amount of cables as HDD's right? Also the Plextor M6 is actually quite a quick drive, has roughly the same speeds as the Samsung EVO.
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You do know that SSD's take the exact same amount of cables as HDD's right? Also the Plextor M6 is actually quite a quick drive, has roughly the same speeds as the Samsung EVO.

The M6e is the PCIE SSD that just came out.

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The M6e is the PCIE SSD that just came out.

AHH right. Forgot. Shouldn't it be faster then considering its a PCI card?
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That's what I thought, too...

Anyway, Lord have mercy, I may be going even more beast...

NZXT H440 Phanteks Enthoo Primo
Asus Z87-A Asus Maximus VI Hero
Kingston Predator DDR3-2666 8GB
Corsair K70 brown Cooler Master [insert way too long of a name] (brown)
Logitech G602 Logitech G700S
Asus PA248Q Asus PB278Q
Corsair RM650 Corsair AX760 + sleeved cables
Asus GTX 780 DCU MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming
Intel 4770K
Corsair H110 Swiftech H220
Windows 8.1
Corsair Vengeance 2100
Sennheiser HD558 + Asus Xonar Essence STX + replacement cable
Samsung 840 Pro 256GB
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That's what I thought, too...

Anyway, Lord have mercy, I may be going even more beast...

NZXT H440 Phanteks Enthoo Primo
Asus Z87-A Asus Maximus VI Hero
Kingston Predator DDR3-2666 8GB
Corsair K70 brown Cooler Master [insert way too long of a name] (brown)
Logitech G602 Logitech G700S
Asus PA248Q Asus PB278Q
Corsair RM650 Corsair AX760 + sleeved cables
Asus GTX 780 DCU MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming
Intel 4770K
Corsair H110 Swiftech H220
Windows 8.1
Corsair Vengeance 2100
Sennheiser HD558 + Asus Xonar Essence STX + replacement cable
Samsung 840 Pro 256GB

EVGA SuperNova G2 or the Super Flower Leadex its based on is both better and cheaper then the Corsair AX760, And EVGA has sleeved cables from next week on so there is no point at all in getting the AX760
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That's what I thought, too...

Anyway, Lord have mercy, I may be going even more beast...

NZXT H440 Phanteks Enthoo Primo
Asus Z87-A Asus Maximus VI Hero
Kingston Predator DDR3-2666 8GB
Corsair K70 brown Cooler Master [insert way too long of a name] (brown)
Logitech G602 Logitech G700S
Asus PA248Q Asus PB278Q
Corsair RM650 Corsair AX760 + sleeved cables
Asus GTX 780 DCU MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming
Intel 4770K
Corsair H110 Swiftech H220
Windows 8.1
Corsair Vengeance 2100
Sennheiser HD558 + Asus Xonar Essence STX + replacement cable
Samsung 840 Pro 256GB
Couple things, mainly, do you plan on doing a custom loop? If not I suggest skipping the Enthoo Primo for something like a Corsair 700D or an NZXT Phantom. But honestly, the H440 is a beast case, and its not massive. You dont really need a massive case do you? Oh also, how much more is that 2666 ram? If its more then $5, then its not worth the upgrade over the 1866. You wont notice it at all.

Oh also change that G700's out for a G602 (better version of the G700) or wait for the new G502 if you want a wired. Also, I know the CM keyboard your talking about (the one with the obnoxious name), get the K95 for a few dollars more, you wont regret it. Build quality of the K95 is far past superior. Everything else looks good. thumb.gif
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EVGA SuperNova G2 or the Super Flower Leadex its based on is both better and cheaper then the Corsair AX760, And EVGA has sleeved cables from next week on so there is no point at all in getting the AX760
He wants the flat cables, he's buying the sleeved cables for the RM series and shoving them on this AX.

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EVGA SuperNova G2 or the Super Flower Leadex its based on is both better and cheaper then the Corsair AX760, And EVGA has sleeved cables from next week on so there is no point at all in getting the AX760

The 750W is indeed cheaper ($120 price matched), but is it just as good as the 1000W?

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/SuperNOVA_G2_1000/11.html
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=346

Also, what did you mean "from next week on"? You referring to these?
http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=100-CB-C123-B9

Finally, I checked the S&H, and they charge quite a bit ($40+), while Corsair ships for quite a bit less (IIRC it was only $14 or something when I tested).
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The 750W is indeed cheaper ($120 price matched), but is it just as good as the 1000W?

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/SuperNOVA_G2_1000/11.html
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=346

Also, what did you mean "from next week on"? You referring to these?
http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=100-CB-C123-B9

Finally, I checked the S&H, and they charge quite a bit ($40+), while Corsair ships for quite a bit less (IIRC it was only $14 or something when I tested).
What? That, just, what? What you just said, what?

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