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This review is from: AMD 760K Richland Quad-Core 3.8GHz Socket FM2 100W Desktop Processor AD760KWOHLBOX
Pros: Fast, stable when overclocked, runs cool during some intense Skyrim gaming sessions!
Cons: Stock fan is not so great, who cares?
Other Thoughts: Im playing Skyrim with RealVision ENB and ALOT of 2-4k texture mods.
R9 270 2gb
8gb 1866 memory O'Ced to 2133 (keeping it safe)
760k currently O'Ced to 4.2 (again keeping it safe)
Pros: Decent speeds. Will work great for games that don't rely heavily on load times. For the price, I would purchase again.
Cons: Don't let the advertisement about gaming fool you though. I strongly recommend saving up for an SSD. Cut my load times in half and to some it makes the difference between immersive game-play and choppy game-play.
Went bad after 3 weeks. I actually didn't mind as it made up my decision whether to keep my SSD or sell it with the laptop it was in lol. Cant believe I went 3 weeks without one. SSD's are the way to go (disk drives are the current way to go for storage, until solid states drop in price).
Other Thoughts: I got the total disk drive experience that I expected. Huge storage (for me at least), decent speeds for common apps but disappointment in most of my gaming apps, and of course the fabled "failed in 3 weeks" issue that so many drive buyers seem to experience.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: NO DEAD PIXELS! Almost all of my inexpensive monitors have had dead pixels (some have had dead clusters), and to me that says low quality. This is a HIGH quality monitor at a lower price point.
Cons: This is no 4K monitor and I don't care at all because I payed $145 (not including the 20 dollar rebate I have coming).
Other Thoughts: ASUS makes the best monitors in there respective classes.
Have not checked out the speaker quality, but I probably never will because sound is heard best through headphones.