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Pros: eVGA has good to great customer support
Cons: Card was not stable out of the box. Anytime it went into boost mode it caused freezing and locked up. Also, although it wasn't an issue, why would a company ship ACX and ACX 2.0 version? Yes please I'd like the old version, what?
Other Thoughts: I did not experience coil whine as some others have had. I just go a bad card, it happens. I think I'll wait this one out and probably go with someone other than eVGA this round.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I wouldn't be surprised if this is the best 1080o 27" VA panel made
Cons: zip. Maybe the stand? Dunno, using a monitor arm.
Other Thoughts: I originally had it hooked up with a DVI to HDMI dongle cable, once I switched to DVI - DVI all the color issues disappeared, something to do with how HDMI timing or some such. Anyway, as weird as it sounds, switching to a different connection method made a huge difference. This monitor ROCKS zero buyer remorse better than my 1920x1200 unit by a mile.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: HP BT861AT Monitor Arm
Pros: Sturdy, well made unit that does the job. Met my expectations. Egg off mainly for the price on all these things. How can I get a complex computer part like a SSD for less than I can get a few chunks of plastic and steel?
Cons: Manual was a joke but patience helps, this is a monitor arm so it's not rocket science. Don't expect it to be intuitive the second you open the box though.
Other Thoughts: I just used the lip on the end of the desk to attach it, even though my desk has a hole (groummet). Just easier, and does the job while still managing to look decent. Reasonably impressed with the unit, even though I do think the price for these things is kinda high considering they are basically just metal peices.... still, no complaints it's well made and easily holding my 27" LED monitor.READ FULL REVIEW