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Pros: Still running great and I haven't felt the need to replace it after a year of use.
Runs all my games at max settings at 1080p except for Crysis 3. Most games run at 60 fps.
Runs AutoCAD Civil 3D without a problem, which surprised me. I was worried that it would be incompatible.
Cons: honestly can't think of any real cons.
Maybe it would be nice if it ran PhysX. I found that Borderlands 2 struggles if PhysX is turned up, but I blame that on the game designers and nVidia.
Other Thoughts: Very large compared to my old 9800 GT. I wish I bought a bigger computer case.
I'm thinking about buying another of these for Crossfire along with a 144 hz monitor.
This review is from: D-Link DCS-5010L Pan/Tilt Day/Night Motion Detection Wireless Cloud IP Camera
Pros: Viewing from your mobile phone is a nice feature.
Creates for peace of mind when I am away from home working late.
Cons: It will occasionally disconnect, which freaks me out sometimes.
Motion detection is alittle too sensitive. It seems that it will send me a warning message with just even a flicker of light.
Other Thoughts: I recommend to purchase two cameras. I have two dlink ip cameras, each a different model and in different rooms. In case one disconnects, then I switch to the other.
Eats up mobile phone data so remember to turn on your wifi.
Pros: *It's bright. I had to turn it down a bit.
*Provides enough light that I can see my keyboard at night.
*The large screen makes for easier headshots in FPS games compared to my old 19 inch.
Cons: *There is some ghosting with magenta like colors, but it doesn't bug me too much.
For example, I haven't seen any ghosting while playing Hawken, but I do when playing Skyrim such as areas where there are candles or fires.
*Magenta on Adobe Lightroom seems to be exaggerated. I feel I have to use my auxiliary Dell Monitor when Photo editing. Again, it doesn't bug me as I don't do this often.
Other Thoughts: *I use this for mostly gaming and CAD work.
*For my needs, this monitor is a great fit.
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