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This review is from: Changhong 42" Class Ultra HD LED TV - UD42YC5500UA
Pros: Price... I paid $274.99. UHD 4K TV. EMR it can emulate up 240hz. Fit and finish. Looks like a more expensive unit, until you see the Changhong nameplate. Fastest shipping ever.
Cons: Only (Native) 60hz. EMR seems to blur the screen if you have caption on and EMR HIGH, less noticed when EMR LOW or OFF. Yes there is a tiny tiny bit of lag if you are using it as a monitor, its most noticed when you are moving the mouse around the screen (This is being used as a second display on my computer for TV-WMC,Netflix,Youtube etc....so it doesn't bother me)
Other Thoughts: I am happy with my purchase.
Yes I read ALL the reviews before I bought this TV, and I was extremely skeptical. When the price dropped, I decided that it was worth it. So far I did not get the extended warranty. Prior to my purchase I was considering a Vizio Smart 42" TV.
Be for you buy....understand what you are paying for.
Remember years ago they used to try and sell you a 2400 baud modem, but with software compression you could have throughput similar to a 9600 baud modem.......?? That reminds of the EMR on this TV.
I have not been able to try the Roku stick on this unit yet.
This review is from: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - CPU Cooler with 120 mm PWM Fan
Pros: Cools my AMD Phenom II X6 1090T efficiently.
CPU temperature prior to starting Prime95 was in between 101-105F.
After Prime95 was running for 5 minutes temperatures stayed between 131-135F
Cons: Big ...compared to the stock AMD CPU cooler...but its worth it.
Other Thoughts: I purchased mine from somewhere else (so it won't show me a verified owner), because I needed it right away (mc...is the only hint I will give).
I replaced my stock AMD CPU cooler with the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO, because I thought it was going "downhill". Despite vacuuming visible dust from the stock AMD CPU cooler, I found the fins just underneath the fan clogged with dust and debris....so it may still be good.
Pros: ECS name, worked on first power up, Micro ATX, budget price
Other Thoughts: I've been using ECS motherboards for personal and customer builds....they just WORK!READ FULL REVIEW