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Pros: *Very Sturdy
*Relatively easy to install
Cons: I'm a type of guy that hates asking others for help when it comes to assembling things or DYI stuff. I will go to great lengths to avoid asking someone for help. But in this case, you really need someone to hold the stand while you screw in the monitor, or wise versa. There's just no avoiding it. There are reasons people have families.. or friends.. Living alone, or always doing things alone tends to backfire sooner or later, and it hits you right where it hurts the most.. Like trying to mount a monitor..
Other Thoughts: I got this for eighty bucks, and I feel like I got the best deal! I looked at other similar stands and they cost much more! I am amazed I got such a great stand for so cheap. And the best thing is that it looks and performs exactly as advertised. That's not a very common thing.
Also, this stand feels like you can trust it with your huge, heavy, expensive monitor. You know it's not going to fall.
Pros: -Uber Power!
-Almost as powerful as 2x 760s in SLi. Sometimes more powerful.
-Every input you can imagine
-Destroys every game at maximum settings on 1080p
Cons: -Massive, Gigantic, Way TOO BIG!
-No, this is will not fit in your case most likely. Don't even dream about it.
-No, your power supply probably will not be powerful enough to run this card
-Raw, untamed power, at the expense of sheer size, power consumption and heat!
Other Thoughts: My Cooler Master CM690 cried for mercy... And it's a huge, heavy case which never had a problem fitting any monster card before. Remember the movie "Pacific Rim"? This card crawled out of that rift. It is coming to eat you...
I was barely able to jam the card in... Just barely.
Shame on you AMD. If you cannot match nVidia, don't try to do it at expense of size! Yes, you made a card that can match and beat equivalent nVidia cards. But at what expense? Is it really worth it?
My 600w Power Supply is running it, but I cannot hear it's silent screams and cries for mercy...
This is madness!
Pros: 120 Hz
3D works great
Cons: Monitor burned out with less than a year of use. Was very well cared for, never overheated. Acer only has a repair facility in ONE US state. I had to send it all the way there, and it cost me about a hundred dollars in shipping costs. Very unreliable monitor. Very expensive to repair once it goes out.
Other Thoughts: Don't bother with 3D. Sure it's cool, but after the novelty factor wears off, you'll stop using it in favor of non-3d gaming. 120Hz really doesnt make as much difference as people claim. Don't believe the hype.
Instead of wasting money on a 3d monitor, get two non-3d monitors for the same price.
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