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Pros: Like the cooling setup.
It's keeping the GPU temps at 60 degrees max with GPU load at 99 percent and playing everything okay so far.
Cons: I cannot get it to boot or send a video signal to the monitor with PCI-e GEN3 enabled in the motherboard BIOS.
The previous PNY GTX-670 ran that setting fine with the PCI-e timing hack to enable 3.0..
Other Thoughts: Hopefully, Gigabyte has a fix to enable PCI-e 3.0 on my X79 motherboard.
I gained quite a bit of performance with that hack.
This review is from: Launch Tech CRP129 Pro-Code OBDII Scan Diagnostic Tool
Pros: Got some support to update it.
Seems to work although I haven't used it on a car yet.
Cons: It took way too long from order to receipt. It was ordered on 09-24-2014 and arrived on 10-11-2014.
USPS tracking number was useless sent on day after order and did not work until night before delivery and nobody could tell me where the package was ...even after four calls to Newegg.
This was my absolute worst experience purchasing from this site.
Purchased this product on the basis of great sales and service previously.
Unit has a questionable history.
Not sure if it's just a legit Launch for another market...or fully counterfeit.
Unit not officially supported in the North American market
Other Thoughts: Scott Morley <email@example.com>
Oct 15 (1 day ago)
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Please contact seller for support. This unit is an overseas unit not sold or supported by Launch Tech USA.
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Pros: A nice little monitor for what it is.
I love the extremely thin bezel and brush finish.
I purchased this monitor to replace a trusty, but very heavy Sony GDM-FW900 which was sold recently after seven years of ownership.
The order was placed with Newegg on 05/14/2014 and I had this in-hand and setup by the 16th....in NC.
That's must be some kind of record.
The monitor has very good true blacks and vivid colors overall.
They're vibrant without being over-saturation.
Mine had no dead pixels. I did not have any issues with the instability noted by some on the base. I did notice as I was examining it prior to setting it up, that the data ribbon in the base sat just a bit too close for comfort to the ends of the screws. It wasn't actually touching...just closer than I'd like and a potential for rubbing. That was easily rectified by doubling a bit of electrical tape and sliding it between the screw ends prior to tightening the screws which support the base. There was an ever-so-slight tendency towards blanding during gaming in the standard mode which went away with the movie setting. It's not a bad monitor as this price-point.
Cons: Wish the control buttons were illuminated...the monitor must be placed in a well lit area or use a light source to see buttons for adjustment.
Wish the internal speakers could be turned off when using HDMI. I haven't found anything to suggest they can.
Horizontal and vertical screen position adjustment seem non-existent...not a deal-breaker as most driver suites consist of this feature.
Other Thoughts: I cannot complain about a lack of features given the very small price for this monitor.
It does what it's supposed to do... that's give a nice screen for browsing and video.
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