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This review is from: NEC Display MultiSync EA224WMi-BK Black 22” Widescreen IPS Panel, LED Backlight LCD Monitor 6ms 250cd/m2, DisplayPort, USB hub, Height Adjust, Pivot, Tilt & Swivel, Speakers, 3 Year Warranty
Pros: I do not own this monitor. I own other NEC monitors and they are awesome, so that's why I gave 5 eggs.
Cons: The response time specs do not match the NEC website, nor the NEC spec sheet (PDF) for this monitor.
Other Thoughts: This monitor, EA224WMi, is specified on the NEC web site as having a 14ms response time even though Newegg has it at 5ms. If anyone purchased this from Newegg can you please confirm that it is 5ms? I really want to buy it, but only if the response time is 5ms.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Mass Effect 2 PC Game
Pros: there is somewhat of a interesting plot and the graphics are okay except for the scenes where they talk (sync/lips don't move). The HUD is pretty cool and easy to use.
Cons: The controls are bad. multiple keys for a single action, same key for multiple actions (cover/open), stuck in third person view, awkward views when behind an object, cannot turn while running, bumping into objects moves the character, cannot jump (only "vault" over certain objects), cannot duck or crouch unless you are behind cover, if you change the bindings, the on screen hints show the default keys so you have no idea what to do. The list goes on. I'm glad I didn't pay much. always out of ammo too. If you still want to play the game just remember it is an RPG. It is not even close to a FPS. If you are looking for realistic action, this is not it. If there was no action and it were only drama and cool sci-fi stuff it would be better. If you put action into a game the controls should be usable.
Other Thoughts: The game physics are not bad, but they are not realistic at all. I suggest playing the game at a friends house before buying.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs cool. Great price. Got my rebate. Scores 5.9 in Vista 64 (off the chart). Had zero problems in 3 months.
Other Thoughts: Running on DFI x48 with E8500. Change timings and voltage and it works great. This isn't the best RAM for overclocking but it is not meant to be. Do your homework. Corsair has a RAM selector on their web site, simply plug in your motherboard and it spits out the RAM you need for overclocking, performance, or cheap. They also have a compatibilty list. These aren't my first sticks of Corsair XMS series and they probably won't be my last.READ FULL REVIEW