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Pros: Not super expensive I bought 2 of these for 16gb ram.
Cons: A little big, I installed these on the maximusVII hero board, When i went to install the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO on the cpu, the "fan" portion was on top of the 1st stick of ram, so the fan is slighty raised which isnt optimal for the CPU cooler. jsut keep in mind the size of the ram when installing a cpu cooler.
Other Thoughts: I didnt mind that the fan was off by a quarter inch. but others might have problems.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Got it for 200$, i compared prices and specs all over the net so this seemed like a deal. a major pro is the stand, the pictures that are uploaded only shows one stand technique, the other option is to remove the base and u can have the monitor set up like how picture frames are, depending on what type of desk u have this tech could be a major reason why u buy the monitor. Another great thing other people dont mention is that this comes with all the cords " HD cable, HDMI/DVI converter" even came with an AUX cable.
Cons: Cons are simple, when i hooked up my monitor via DVI/HD converter i realized there is a 1.5 inch black bar around my entire screen and because im using the adapter i cant select the auto image adjust in the monitor option bar, I had to go and tweek it through my graphics card manually which many uneducated people in the tech field will have trouble doing.
Other Thoughts: great price, love the picture frame stand, nice beautiful wide screen. I havent used or tried using the speakers "I have surround sound speakers ". However this isnt the perfect monitor for everyone because some tweeking may be needed. btw i did the whole HDMI in "AV" mode to "PC" mode, no difference i still had to go adjust the screen manually.READ FULL REVIEW