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Pros: Adaptable: Each segment can be taken off, or have segments added.
Strong: Can be tightened to hold monitors no less than 30 pounds
Cons: No cons
Other Thoughts: The holder fits around a pipe that's slightly larger than 1'' diameter.
I removed the pipe it came with, and replaced it with a custom setup, using my own 1'' pipe. Since it was slightly larger, it was sliding down
Next, I added duct tape to the inside of the item's clamp to keep it in place.
Held to the pipe by friction and tilt from the weight of whatever is placed on to it, the clamp can stay in place, or be adjusted at any time.
This review is from: NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 Wireless Glasses Only Model 942-11431-0003-001
Cons: Listed IR emitter as a feature, so I thought it was built in to the glasses.
The IR emitter wasn't included, and I can't buy it separately.
I feel like I was scammed.
Pros: Powerful, extremely quiet compared to my amd 5650, runs very cool, about 45 celcius when running games like starcraft 2, diablo 3, and battlefield 3, at the games max settings.
With the AMD vision control center 3d gaming graphics on maxed, most games were running at 10 FPS with no noticable graphics difference.
I lack the knowledge to understand this at this time.
Due to this, I keep the AMD vision settings at default.
Cons: Crashes windows during games, and the card shuts off.
For Starcraft 2, it crashes when I switch game graphics settings a lot.
For Battlefield 3, it always crashes windows after 1 game, while loading the second, or at the start of the second game.
I am going to ask newegg for help, since I feel my card might be mildly defective, or my dell built system may have a 3rd world motherboard. I looked up the name of my motherboard and boy it isnt pretty. (It's the studio XPS 7300 model, 0fnngn or something.)
I have reflashed my BIOS as an earlier comment suggested, and have completely uninstalled all drivers, used driver cleaner, then reinstalled the AMD engine control center and my video card drivers.
These fixes had no effect on my problem.
Other Thoughts: After I fix this, I may return and add more information to my comment.
Tetrius2000 out. bye