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This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: probably the most precise mouse i've ever used. love the free wheeling capability. just set your browser scroll distance to 1 and use the wheel's momentum to navigate. the sensor is near the center of the mouse which helps in precise control of the mouse.
the wheel ratchet/free wheel switch is on top now (the g9x had it on the bottom) which turns out to be very convenient.
Cons: i kinda wish logitech had stuck with the good ol' g9x instead of introducing this model. somehow, the g9x just feels better in the hand - perhaps because it is more of a round rather than elongated design.
Other Thoughts: ever wonder why the g9x is so expensive on online auction sites? logitech should learn to capitalize on their great products.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: the resolution and color reproduction are amazing. i've never seen a monitor where the colors are this good - i always calibrate my monitors so they look half decent, but this monitor starts out really really good from the factory.
built-in usb3 hub is nice to have.
Cons: there's a noticeable amount of backlight bleed off axis - so if you look at the screen at a 45 deg. angle or more, the background won't look black.
Other Thoughts: i found that cpu integrated graphics is still pretty buggy - definitely put this monitor on a discrete video card to get 60Hz support over displayport.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: great card for driving a 4K monitor at 60Hz for non-gaming applications. i needed something for a "productivity" rig with a 4K monitor on it, and this card fit the bill perfectly. it's the latest nvidia silicon, so it has all the bells and whistles without needing extra "PCIe" power feeds.
Cons: i wish the 750 came in a single slot version like the GT 640 did. only 1 displayport conection - the HDMI connection should be a 2nd displayport connection since you can trivially get an adapter cable to drive a TV if that's your thing, but you can't go the other way around.
Other Thoughts: i spent a whole weekend trying to get haswell integrated video to drive a 4K monitor at 60Hz. no go. lots of BSoDs in win 8.1 and totally quirky failure modes. save yourself endless hassle and go with a card+drivers made by people who know what they're doing.READ FULL REVIEW