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Pros: silent, modular
Cons: will explode!
Other Thoughts: I bought this expensive psu, because i like quality, but this i had replace two times allready.
First time i heard an explosion, and it was gone.
I had it replaced, and then after a while it would not work sometimes. When i push my pc on, it won't start. Sometimes when i pull the plug it starts... very dissapointed with Corsair.
Pros: Still going strong 3 years after release.
Wants to work hard and fast..
Cons: maybe the power consumption
thats all i can think of
Other Thoughts: about the intel gma hd 3000
many people do not know that the integrated gpu can be overclocked very well too.
I oc-ed mine from 1350mhz (max) to 1800mhz.
with +volt 0.25 on the gpu.
thats a 33% oc. And that will make older games like pes 2013 for me "playable"
Pros: 120hz, 3d
Cons: backlight bleeding, blue tint
Other Thoughts: This monitor is great.
The 120hz works great, and the 3d works great too.
I got nvidia 3d vision running (with a hack) and it works 100% also with the latest drivers...
Thing is you need to install an emitter emulator and a different monitor driver.. for example a 3d monitor that has 3d vision license...
I also tried Avatar 3d in 1080p, and its very good 3d.
The menu touchscreen works good, if you know you have to touch on the bottom, underneath the display.. not on the frame on front.
Also iam running an old gtx480, and it runs very good, i dont know why people think the 3d is good only for ATI cards...
Stand is also very solid... don't know why people complain about it.
When using 3d you need to put the response time to normal, to avoid ghosting.
For 2d gaming response time "faster" is best.
Also out of the box it has a blue tint.. you need to set the blue to 44 and gamma option to 3. Then you have the best native colors.
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