As much as I love the top end I've kinda given up on it as it's usually let down by poorly supported drivers and price premiums which don't reflect the experience expected of them. I usually end up going for a midstream card with a good few months on the shelf and release drivers that have been a little more fine-tuned. I'm running AMD in my main Windows machine at the moment and am pleasantly surprised as I didn't think i'd go back.
So like many others, i've had my G930 a long while and the earpads and headband had started to disintegrate. I found a fair bit of info on replacement earpads but not on the headband. Regardless I opted for some cheap blue replacements including a headband on eBay and waited.
Once they came I swapped out the earpads no problem but the headband was difficult to say the least. Basically it comes out via force. Start at one side of the headband and pull it back and twist and it will eventually give out. Luckily putting in the new band was rather easy.
To be used for broadband that rivals fibre connections....
I would say their already fighting a bandwidth and latency war they've already lost but this will be great for isolated regions! 50ms is high for a some fixed like connection out onto a server in the same country (maybe even continent) in my opinion. Also at 12Gbps for a satellite thats a bit limited, even with 700 of them.
A normal telephone exchange (Services roughly the area of a large town) in the UK would have a backhaul of 10/20Gbps, probably more with fibre demand increasing. combine that with core networks that have 200 - 400 Gbps rings and the satellite network is looking a little bandwidth choked.