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This review is from: Acer XG270HU 27" 1ms 144HZ WQHD HDMI DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync (Free Sync) Widescreen LED Backlight LCD Monitor Edge-to-Edge Frameless Design, 350 cd/m2 ACM 100,000,000:1 (1000:1) Built-in Speakers
Pros: 144hz, 1440p and with AMD Freesync!
Cons: No Vesa Mount and the power button could be a bit better. Had some issues when it went blank when opening a game, but that could have been some other issue.
Other Thoughts: I use this mainly for Competitive Gaming, and some light content creation. The 144hz is nice for competitive FPS games like Cs:Go and TF2 and will become noticeable especially for those who've invested a lot into these games and are really playing competitively. The Freesync is also great for those games that you aren't going to be playing at +200 FPS as they're going to make your experience a lot better.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: A standard full sized keyboard with Red and Green Back light. Bought it on sale. Solid, Heavy keyboard for gamers and typists.
Cons: The keyboard worked well for a while, until I noticed that the "T" key was unresponsive most of the time or would input more than one "T" I don't use the "T" key often while gaming, but when I type things with the letter "T" then it gets a bit annoying.
Other Thoughts: I bought an older model Rosewill Mechanical keyboard at a thrift store, it was the model that was notorious for having a lose USB socket.
RMA'd the keyboard, and hopefully my replacement will be a lot better.
Pros: Asus honors their RMA for those of us who bought the Asus PCE-AC66 and tried using it on a z87 motherboard.
Cons: Driver Support... The only driver available was released about 2 months ago, the one that comes with the disk. In a perfect world with perfect drivers this would be alright, but this isn't as the only driver won't allow me to connect to my router.
I installed the card and was able to connect to my ASUS RT-AC66 router for the first day I had this card. But after that it was unable to connect to the server, changing the pcie slot, nor uninstalling and re-installing the driver nor playing around with adapter settings will allow me to connect back to my router.