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Pros: LONG, it just works
Other Thoughts: during install of the cable, i got it stuck on the corner of a vent, and cut a small 1 inch cut in the outside plastic. I repaired the slit with electrical tape, but the cable is now a bit finicky.
The cut didn't go deep, and was actually very clean, I would have hoped a small nick wouldn't have damaged the cable as such.
Either way, I'm still using it. I ziptied the cable in place at various points along the path to prevent it from moving and not being detected.
I wont dock any eggs for a mistake that is entirely my own.
Pros: Refresh rate
Color quality is good, there are better monitors out there if you want good color reproduction. This was made for speed!
I originally owned 1 of them for about a year, and just recently purchased 2 more so that I can run surround
Cons: TN panels are a bit outdated nowadays, but the price can't be beat.
Turning the monitor to portrait makes the color change a bit. Can't put my finger on it, but I don't like using them in portrait.
Other Thoughts: I still love this monitor, even with its shortcomings.
I've started turning down some settings in games so that I'm able to push 144fps. I only play FPS though, so the increased fps really helps.
Pros: Great picture, lots of settings and inputs
I especially like the built in crosshair. I primarily play FPS, like BF4 and COD Ghosts, the crosshair feature gives me a significant advantage, and i like that alot!
built in speakers are actually not that bad either. If I'm playing a casual game I will use them over my headset.
Cons: turning the volume for the speakers up and down is a pain. it's nested in the menu and takes 30s or so to get to the right place.
A hot button would be nice, but nobody should buy this monitor for the built in speakers. No need to deduct an egg.