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This review is from: Newsync 27R Real 144Hz 27" LED 1960x1080 1ms DP HDMI DVI VGA FPS PC Computer Monitor
Pros: -Cheap 27" 144hz for 250$
-Came with cables
-Tested the 144hz and it checked out.
-Has pretty good contrast
-Tested it for Dead pixels and couldnt find any.
Cons: -Menus are completely in Korean
-Stand is a little extra flimsy for these things.
-Reading the reviews it's not easy to return if it does break
Pros: Great mobo if you can use it.
Cons: I used the "EZ flash" in os bios updater..........corrupted my bios. Bought new bios chip.......didn't work. Bought another new bios chip from ASUS directly.....didn't work.
Shipped my mobo off to ASUS since it's under warranty and less than 6 months old. ASUS has lost my mobo, just talked to customer service for the 6th time and they have no idea where it is. What's even better is that I'm not being offered a new mobo. Instead I'm sitting here while they email eachother trying to figure out what happened to my mobo. They didn't even have my complete address on file I just found out. Where did they ship it to? Who knows?
Sadly I think I just lost 230$ and ASUS just lost a customer who's bought at least 10 mobo's from them.
Other Thoughts: I'm sad. Nothing worse than realizing the company that took your RMA has no clue where the item you sent them is and they dont even offer to replace it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I'm upgrading from a AMD 970 BE.
Here's some examples of testing i did last night.
GW2 on high settings during a zerg I would get as low as 10 fps. With the I7 at stock speeds i never went below 50fps.
Diablo3 I would often dip to 8fps during dense mob packs now I never drop below 50-60 fps.
At idle the CPU appears the same, but at high loads it's very noticable how much more powerful this cpu is over by 970 Black edition.
Cons: Price. Worth it but honestly the top I5 is just as good for 100$ less.READ FULL REVIEW