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Pros: Can support games in surround with 3 1920x1080 monitors at max settings on the most modern titles while averaging around 28-45 frames per second.
Needless to say, extremely powerful
HDMI cable included
Cons: It's large, but that's a given. This is the first card I've had to remove 2 hard drives to fit into the machine. That's fine though, because I just had to migrate the drives to alternative bays.
It was out of stock here, so had to buy from tiger direct.
Other Thoughts: I would have preferred a lower price without having to go through rebate steps, and I would have liked a lifetime warranty.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Extremely affordable and is great for basic computing
Cons: For graphics work or gaming, you will quickly find that the viewing angle vertically is rather awkward. I have two of these monitors and both have the exact same issue. Anything that is black within 25% from the edge of the screen has a very bizarre reflection effect, even in a room with absolutely no lights on. If it's black, it ends up lighter looking than a shade meant to be slightly darker. I am surprised that no one else has commented on this at all.
The Dell 24" screen I was replacing is actually better fidelity than these, with and without any calibration done.
Other Thoughts: If there was a way to remedy this I would gladly rate it 5 stars, but as is would rather have spent more on a higher quality screen.READ FULL REVIEW