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Pros: Decent screen, was cheap when I bought it.
2ms is nice when playing first person shooters.
Nice colors when it's working.
Cons: Using HDMI with my 360, I'm not entirely sure if it's my monitor or the 360, as the 360 has crapped out once before and then started working out of the blue, but in dark environments the colors make things hard to tell apart.
Also when transitioning from a black screen to any scene cut, the screen starts out dark, and then slowly brightens up again. Colors get washed out and everything looks dull. Process takes too long, and sometimes doesn't revert back to it's full settings. I have to switch mode profiles from Game to something else, and then switch it back, for the colors and brightness to come back alive.
Edges don't seem as defined.
Other Thoughts: Not bad, but if I could do it over again, I'd probably go with something else.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft SIDEWINDER X4 Keyboard - Retail
Pros: Love the backlit keys. Responsive and does everything I need it to.
Used it for gaming, Diablo 3, CoD, L4D, Bioshock Infinite. Doesn't seem to miss a step.
Great overall performance
Cons: None that I can think of.
Other Thoughts: Very happy with the purchase. Love the way it feels and types.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Doing a follow up review to help the fellow man make a decision.
Its been 15 months since I've bought this PSU and this thing is still running strong with no noticeable hindrances.
This thing is powering my video card which is an MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II!!!!
Cons: If you want more wattage, you will have to look elsewhere
Other Thoughts: Right now I'm running a system thats not very demanding on power, so it could be the reason I am able to power a GTX 560 with no hiccups.
AMD Phenom II x2 545, unlocked an extra core, and running at 3.4ghz @ 1.34v.
MSI GTX560 Twin Frozr II
Asus M4A785-M mobo
Samsung Spinpoint F3 500gb
a 7 year old optical drive.
Not very demanding in the least bit, but still strong enough to power the GTX560!!
Going to be upgrading to an i5 Sandy bridge CPU and mobo with DDR3 1600 ram, so I guess we'll have to see how it goes with that.