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Pros: + IPS Panel
+ Big picture
+ DisplayPort Connection
+ VESA mount
Cons: - Sound quality is abysmal
- Has VGA connection instead of DVI.
Other Thoughts: Bought this to replace some smaller monitors that are a few years old. These work well as a budget conscious replacement and slight upgrade. Integrated speakers have some of the worst sound quality I've heard in my life that even 10 dollar Logitech speakers are miles better than it and adds pointless cost and weight to the monitor design/BOM.
Its a solid monitor despite the slight cons, the picture quality and size won't disappoint for power users. Backside VESA mount is the main reason I bought these, and they're well worth the money.
This review is from: LIAN LI PC-T60B Black Aluminum ATX / Micro-ATX TEST BENCH Computer Case
Pros: 1) 8 PCI-E Slots
2) Support board sizes from Mini-ITX to SSI-CEB
3) Price (got it on sale)
4) Lian Li Customer Support
Was looking for something temporary to test some hardware and ran across this case. Its a decent bench for anyone not sticking with permanent hardware or a quick test station for hardware diagnosis.
Cons: 1) Not entirely toolless
2) Requires assembly (not really a con but may for some people)
Other Thoughts: Newegg sent me an openbox with parts missing. Thankfully I contacted Lian Li during the same day of delivery requesting missing parts. They responded the next Business day to confirm replacements for all missing parts were on the way with tracked shipment. Which arrived a week later and was able to complete assembly.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Probably the best OC GTX 680 card I had so far. This thing doesn't exceed 50C under load and idles at 30C. The heatsink and shroud design is attractive! and those five fan do push quite some air and is silent compared to my case fans.
Getting over 80-100FPS in 1080p gaming ultra
in the latest hardcore games like Planetside 2
Cons: This card sags slightly under its own weight! the back-plate can use a higher gauge thickness than 16 gauge steel..at least 14 guage in thickness so it support itself without any additional bending itself under.
2 GB of VRAM is kinda outdated for a top of the line GTX 680 model
a 4GB version would be better bang for the buck. in short I want a 4GB version of this beast! :D (but I guess its too late now)
Other Thoughts: I want to get another of this beast in SLI but I'm afraid my 1000w PSU can't handle it...if Gigabyte engineers and tech support tell us how much Watts and Amps needed to run SLI with these beast. I'd get another one right away!
My PSU 12V specs
4x 12V@54A combined 900w. Rosewill RBR-1000 80+ Bronze