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Pros: Colors pop very nicely in games. Text on things like webpages don't have that grainy look. And pictures look like post cards.
Comes with a crazy 5 year warranty
No dead Pixels
Cons: You have to tune it for optimization to the get the most out of it.
Other Thoughts: If your still computing at 1080p think about this. Chances are, your smart phone has a higher resolution than your computer monitor.
If your concerned about how 60 is going to effect your gaming, don't. I've had 4 different 120hz monitors. The PB 278Q is a no brainer.
Pros: Positive airflow that is. Imagine two straws. One thick and one thin. If you blow an equal amount of air through each one, the thinner, more restricted one will have higher pressure inside of it. That is the exact reason why this case is better than almost any other out there. One fan pushing air resulting in positive air flow. And 100% of that air, is filtered so your components stay clean. Also, that one fan is huge, 180mm. Which means it doesn't get loud from blade chop and can push large amounts of air, at a low RPM
Cons: Building a system in this case is going to take some extra time. There are many screws, half of which you don't need. Removable cables on your PSU is pretty much a must. Short replacements are also are nice. The cable from a CD ROM will smash against the PSU cables. The HDD Rack will only block your air flow so don't use it. Place packing tape across the bottom of the case to seal the air flow. Don't ad any exhaust fan as it will reduce the positive pressure and suck up dust.
Other Thoughts: My system i5-2500k OC'd turbo @ 4.2Ghz
Prolimotech Megahalems with two high end 120mm 2000rpm PWM fans in a push/pull configuration
Asus Gen Z IV motherboard
Evga GTX 780 ACX (doesn't vent out the back)
CPU High Temps 50 cel
Northbridge 55 cel
GPU 70 cel
That's full on gaming for hours and hours
I'd put this up against any of those prefabbed, closed loop water system any day. You can have a thousand fans in your case, but if it's a pole barn the size of a stadium with out any internal pressure. All you have is a really big noise maker with components sitting in some corner burning up in a coat of dust.
Pros: You don't know what you've been missing until have it. Coming from a 120hz TN to this, is amazing. Colors pop, contrast is perfect, the high resolution makes in game textures jaw dropping. BF4, Splinter Cell, StarCraft 2, all look absolutely epic. It scales very well, so running a 1080p Blu-ray looks perfect as well.
Cons: This is about as close to perfection in a monitor as your going to get. Especially at this price.
Other Thoughts: This monitor and a GTX 780 are a great match for today's top tier games. Also, you can easily take this from 60hz to 80hz refresh rate no problem, no downside. So if you spent big money on a game rig, this monitor will give you the pay off for your investment. Besides, gaming at 2560 x 1440 is something consoles can't do.READ FULL REVIEW
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