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This review is from: Rosewill RHTB-15001 13" - 27" LCD LED TV Tilt & Rotate Wall Mount - Max. Load 44 lbs. Television, VESA Up to 100x100mm, Black, compatible with Samsung, Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, LG and Toshiba TV
Pros: Incredibly easy set up. With the included level, all you need do is find a wood post in your wall, and screw it in.
Cons: None at all.
Other Thoughts: I am using this to wall mount an old Dynex(Best Buy off brand TV) 720p tv above my main PC monitor. Saves plenty of desk space, and works out nicely as I can use it to watch youtube/streams or browse while my game is on main screen.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: No issues out of the box. Installed with a fresh copy of W 8.1. Runs just at around the same temp as my old 280x, and hardly uses more power. Not that I really care about that, will be maybe $1.25 more on the bill each month. Plenty of vram for future monitor upgrades if I want them, and for the 2k texture pack mods for Skyrim. Also, as another reviewer stated, GTA V uses a bit more than 4gb of vram at maxed out settings at some points in the game. Same with Shadow of Mordor with its texture packs. It's neat to not have to worry about that for a while.
Other Thoughts: The purchase/upgrade was between this card and a GTX 970. I got this one because I personally haven't had problems with AMD in the past, so figured I would stick with the familiar drivers. It works clean and has no problems so far, and the control center is easy enough to navigate through. Perhaps I fail to remember what Nvidia drivers were like as I have not used them since the GTX 550ti? Either way, the drivers work just fine. Don't worry about it to much when deciding to purchase this beast of a GPU.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I ordered this board thinking I'd get it repackaged and board-only. How very wrong was I. When I un-boxed that beautiful newegg package, the motherboard was in original box, with ALL included accessories, manuals ect. sealed in bags. The board itself was sealed in an anti static bag. The only thing that categorized this as open box was the seal being broken. The board itself is fantastic for $100, can't go wrong. Comes with all the bells and whistles you could want for a decent gaming build.
Other Thoughts: I didn't want to invest in one of the more expensive 990fx boards(Sabertooth, Formula IV) as the chipset itself is dated and I just wanted a quick fix to get me up and running. If you are on a budget and want a great board, give this open box a try.
Build I am using this board for:
R9 390 Sapphire 8gb
16GB Kingston Beast 2400mhz
EVGA Supernova 750G2
250GB crucial SSD
2TB WD Black HDD
All tucked neatly in a Phanteks Enthoo Pro
Yes the CPU is a bottleneck, as is the PCI-E 2.0. I'll survive I am sure.
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