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Pros: The image quality is excellent; definitely on par with other IPS displays out there.
VESA mount-able, which is what I was looking for
Cons: comes with annoyances others have mentioned
-The buttons are terrible; just a bad design choice
-the power cord is too short; it has the dc adapter and wall plug integrated together, instead of having a PC cord to plug into like every other monitor on the planet
Other Thoughts: great image quality and low price make up for some bad design choicesREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: No complaints here -- I could go on about how it blows away my old Hitachi Deskstar, but they aren't really in the same class.
Don't think I've ever had a 7200RPM drive that is this quiet. very nice
Cons: Maybe it *should* make a noise once in a while, so I know it's still there :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Basically a driverless install for me when swapping this into an existing windows10 machine. Only driver it didn't detect was the wired LAN which I grabbed from MSI's website -- there's an option there to just get the driver and not the management software, so that's cool. While not needed (windows detected the realtek audio), I did install the extra Realtek audio software from their site as well.
Cons: Please color-code the front-panel pins! This was the hardest front-panel setup I've had to do in a while -- I thought everyone was color-coding these pins since like year 2005?
the graphical BIOS setup screens are cheesy, clumsy, and ugly - that old red on black theme was hot in the 90's, but looks dated today.. save the GUI for your windows apps - BIOS setup screens should be fast and responsive, and this gui lags, and even worse, often double-registers keyboard input.
Other Thoughts: had to tweak the auto-detected RAM settings a bit, but runs my GSkill 2x8GB at 1866 fine with manual settings.READ FULL REVIEW