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Appraisal: 2014 Razer Naga

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Hey all, I killed my 2012 Naga with ESD this winter and Razer was kind enough to replace it with a 2014 Naga. Unfortunately I'm not liking the non interchangeable side grip and it feels much larger than the 2012. The side buttons are actual switches now instead of rubber domes which is really nice, just not sure it's enough for me to hang on to it and get used to the size/shape difference.

It's 1 week old and I guess it's technically a refurb since they don't give you NIB with RMA exchanges.
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You should be able to get $35-40 for it pretty easily. thumb.gif
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LGA1150: G3258, 4790K LGA775: QX9770, All E8xxx, Q/E6600, ++many more Z97 OCF, Z97X SOC Force, BlackOps, EP45-UD3R(R.... Ever changing mountain of cards 
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Samsung HYKO, Hynix MFR, PSC Koolance CPU-LN2-V2 POT 2x360 RAD Custom Loop Rosewill CAPSTONE-1000-M 
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Dimastech Easy V3.0 
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