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This review is from: 27" QNIX QX2710 2560x1440 QHD PLS Matte Panel Monitor
Pros: -Hi res
-Excellent response time
-Great color rendering
-No dead pixels
-Brightness uniformity is top-notch
Other Thoughts: I bought this for work, in which I: write code (using IntelliJ Idea), run builds, debug with a browser, etc. It is absolutely spacious and I can't imagine going back to anything lower res. I had to dial down the brightness as it was a little intense out-of-the-box. Text is crystal clear, mine had no dead pixels, brightness uniformity is the best I've seen on an LCD. Worked right off the bat connected to my old school Mac Pro.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, good compatibility
Cons: Power button broke randomly (with no human interaction)... now only duct tape and a hard object keep it turned on...
Other Thoughts: Worked great while it lasted, randomly died, though (just like my RT-N16 did...)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: So fast. So very, very fast. 1080P single display? Forget about it. Crank up all the options and enable vsynch. Even the newer games have zero problems (I have yet to try Crysis 3, though). Quiet! Can barely hear the thing! Overclockable! Even though this is 'superclocked', I was still able to overclock it +80Mhz (I haven't cared to try pushing it anymore, though).
Other Thoughts: The last time I had a gaming rig it had a Geforce 6500, I believe (Yes, an AGP card). This card has re-defined how I perceive PC gaming. I remember driver problems, game crashing, and fine-tuning graphics options to get a 'playable' framerate. When did all this get fixed?? I'll tell you when it got fixed... when they released this beast of a titan!READ FULL REVIEW