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Pros: 144hz 3D, HDML with MHL, decent response time, bright enough for a family room, & good contrast for the price.
This projector will do true 120hz at 720p resolution! I know it's not 1080p but at 720p. even with a mid-range card. you can turn on ALL the eye candy. Most of the Xbox One games are still 720P and TV signals are still broadcast at 720p/1080i so it's a great football projector as well.
Cons: 1 yr warranty, not 1080P, no lens shift
Other Thoughts: I picked this projector up for under 4 bills with a promo code. For that price, this projector simply cannot be beat! The family loves it, even the wife was mondo impressed while watching GoT and the NBA finals on it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Ivy Bridge, 69 watts, quad core, stable, & cool.
Cons: Cannot be overclocked but you should have know this before purchasing it.
Other Thoughts: I wanted to take a break from overclocking for one build. Pre-OC this build actually scored a wee bit better then my last, almost identical, build using the k series chip.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: USB 3.0, SATA 6Gb/s, clean looking BIOS, booted up on the first try, zero issues so far. Runs Windows 8.1 like a champ.
Cons: Board feels flimsy as all get out! There were several times, like when I snapped the memory in or plugged the 20+4 pin power connector in, that I was seriously worried that I may have bent the board too much!
Other Thoughts: I used a P series i5 so I'm afraid I cannot comment on the on-board graphics.READ FULL REVIEW