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This review is from: Acer X223Wbd Black 22" 5ms Widescreen LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 2500:1
Pros: Was able to sell it to a friend
Cons: I hooked it up to my PS3 with a HDMI-DVI converter but no picture. Holding down the ps3 power button to reset the display settings didn't help. I was really hoping I could play ps3 on this thing...
Other Thoughts: Using the same setup, I swapped the monitor with my Acer AL2216wbd and that one displayed a picture. I'll be using that until I get my new Dell S2309w.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good card, very powerful. 1024x768 res, max settings on every game (CSS, Medieval Total War 2, Oblivion, CoD, etc.), still plays 100+ fps, sometimes 200.
Cons: Too many dumb people claiming they have "High Understanding" but don't know what 2D/3D clocks are.
Other Thoughts: Definitely what the previous guy said. There are 2D clocks to oh I don't know, save energy? Since everybody was complaining it was a power hungry card. And then there are 3D clocks so you can play your games at max settings with 100 fps. If it's such a big deal, either flash your bios or use Atitool to force 3D clocks only. Next, the memory speed is DDR. The first word DDR stands for is DOUBLE. In math, that means multiply by 2. Take 725, multiply by 2, and you get 1450 mhz, the advertised speed. It's like magic eh? You kids should change your technical understanding back to Low, or None if there would ever be such an option.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 Conroe Dual-Core 1.86GHz LGA 775 65W Processor BX80557E6300
Pros: Same thing with what other kids have been saying: Insane overclockability.
Cons: There's no competition?
Other Thoughts: Easily overclocked to 3.01ghz, with a mere +0.1 FSB voltage. The vCore is left alone at 1.32500V. Hook it up with a Scythe Inf + Silverstone 120mm. About 28C idle, 30's load.READ FULL REVIEW