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This review is from: eForCity Laptop AC Adapter Charger Compatible with Toshiba PA3516U-1ACA
Pros: Got this for a friend works great for his laptop charging much faster then his old charger and so far it seems it does charge at the rated speed so no complains does what it is advertised to do.
Cons: Honestly although I don't mind I really on needed to get one and never authorized either of the payments for both units with no one to cancel the payment so all in all still got what I wanted didn't mean to get 2 but my friend finds it nice to just have an extra just incase its needed.
Other Thoughts: The sticker on the unit could give some voltage information but then again getting it so cheap and at the very least it seems to charge with what is written on the product page I feel at the very least although its something that could be some what helpful I guess its not necessary because it works and is better than the stock ac adapter that other companies give with their laptopsREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Changing from a 5ms response time to a 1ms response time major difference in a lot of the games I play regularly.
Input lag is just as good as my other monitor or even my TV.
Cons: Only one I can think of which is it has 3 pixels that wont make black always red in a black background almost always unnoticeable so not a big deal.
On board speakers aren't good but was never playing to use them so its fine.
Other Thoughts: Wish it came with either a dvi to vga or just a hdmi cable.
It should let you have a custom picture mode where you have access to all monitor settings but otherwise I find this monitor to be all I need.
Pros: Great card for gaming, plays Skyrim completely maxed out with almost no issues frame rate is never noticed as laggy or slow always in/above playable range
Cons: This was a major pain to get working on a pcie gen2 16x slot, blue screened every 5-10mins problem being NVidia driver asking for more bandwidth then was available.
It runs very hot compared to my 7970 which runs at 50c where this card normally runs at idea at 63c I run the fans at 70% on both as it is right before it becomes so loud it was annoying.
Also could only get it to work on a pcie gen3 16x slot even a pcie gen3 x8 slot it would blue screen and would always say it was a NVidia driver issue about not enough bandwidth so unsure if it is a driver problem or bios but I went through 3 bios updates and every NVidia driver that supported 750ti with no luck so I gave up took apart my gaming rig to use its motherboard and no problems since.
Just saying to me it feels cheaply made but the only gpus I have ever owned were 5450, 6670 and 7970 all of which metal so plastic just feel weird to me not a major problem thought its not like you would ever be holding it for a long time to notice.
Other Thoughts: When I do video editing this card adds time but it is meant more for gaming so understandable so no points of there.
Driver issue was annoying but again understandable and I knew of the problem before hand just didn't know it could be so bad even using the internet to watch a YouTube video it would crash.
The reason I give this 4 eggs and not 5 is because it should be completely backwards compatible just because I want to use a mobo from a year ago because I don't want to spend more money then I need to doesn't mean it shouldn't work at all but In the end it is just a headache and not a major problem if I was making a budget gaming computer and not just using left over parts to have another working computer in the house.