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Acer GN246HL Black 24
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  • Owned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: What can I say, its a 144hz, 1ms monitor that is dirt cheap and awesome! (I got this when it was on sale for $169)

Cons: None so far

Other Thoughts: I know its a little early for a review but I felt like reviewing it anyway. This is a TN panel not an IPS which isn't bad. I'm coming from a LG 27MP65 monitor which is a 1920x1080 27" IPS 60 hz monitor. This monitors colors aren't as good as my LG's but I've gotten it super close to it! (brightness 45, contrast 5, color setting - user) I must say the trade off is worth it. 144hz is amazing for gaming and I can notice the difference easily over 60hz. 1ms is a lot better than the LG's 5-6ms and the pixel density is slightly better being 24" vs 27" for 1080p. I would've loved to buy one of those 4ms IPS 144hz that Asus, BenQ, and others make but I don't feel like dishing out $600+ for one right now. I'll probably get one once 1440p monitors become more mainstream than 1080p and cheaper. So if your a gamer that wants 144hz and has a small budget, get this monitor especially if its on sale! If your worried about the color/picture quality, don't worry some tweaking on your part in the monitor's menu will help a lot!

Rosewill RFBF-131411 - 140mm Computer Case Cooling Fan with LP4 Adapter - Fluid Dynamic Bearing, Super Quiet (Pack of 2)
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  • Owned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: -Comes with 2 for $15
-Very quiet
-Moves a lot of air

Cons: None really. Obviously these are just plain black fans so no fancy leds or anything. The cables aren't sleeved but they are black/dark grey wires so they still look good in a case so not a con

Other Thoughts: I have the GX700 case from Antec which came with 2 140mm fans and 1 120mm. I'm utilizing the fans that they came with and they move decent airflow and are quiet but once of my 140's stopped working and the other one developed a clicking sound if your 7w+ so I needed replacements. These fit the bill cause their plain black and came with 2 fans. They actually have more blades than the antec ones and push waaaaay more air and are quieter than the stock antec ones. These fans are fantastic! So if your like me where your stock fans stop working or simply want to add more fans to a case without leds (assuming you don't have a window or just dont want leds) than these are your fans! they are a steal!

MSI GM204-200 (Maxwell) DirectX 12 GTX 970 GAMING 4G Golden Edition 4GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support ATX Video Card
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  • Owned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: -MSI Twin Frozr V cooler
-Super quiet fans
-Awesome, unique gold edition
-Nice backplate with holes for ventilation and a gold dragon logo on it
-Msi Logo lights up white, perfect brightness
-Full copper heatsink

Cons: This is one of the heaviest cards I've ever held, but its because the full copper heatsink plus the card comes with a backplate so it doesn't sag or droop at all so not really a con

Other Thoughts: I've bought MSI gpu's before for builds for my friends but this is the first one for myself and I love it! I had an EVGA GTX 780 6gb SC which was amazing but I didn't know if it was a driver or the card but in certain games after one of the driver updates but it would micro stutter and tear real bad in games like SWTOR, Skyrim, and Titanfall. I sold that to a friend and ended up with a Powercolor R9 290 and installed the Kraken g10 + gelid heatsink+Zalman lq310 cooler and it was better than my 780 and got a decent overclock on it, but it had minor micro stuttering in rare cases so it was alright. But I decided to liquid cool my 3770k to see if I can get pass 4.4 with a Thermaltake NIC f3 (have it up to 4.7 now with a kraken x31) so in my Antec GX700, having two 120mm water coolers was too much clutter and restricted airflow. As soon as I seen this gold edition 970 I bought it and love it to death. All the stuttering I had before with my 290 and 780 doesn't exist anymore with this 970 and it eats everything up. Plus its quieter than the other cards and sightly shorter too. Now I want a new case with a window to show it off. I haven't overclocked yet cause I don't need to but I probably will in a few weeks for kicks and giggles. As soon as my friend buys my 290, I'm getting another for sli. BUY THIS CARD!!!


Joshua H.'s Profile

Display Name: Joshua H.

Date Joined: 09/02/12

  • Reviews: 10
  • Helpfulness: 2
  • First Review: 11/28/13
  • Last Review: 11/11/15
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