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slightly adjustable stand
DVI, VGA, and HDMI inputs (also almost an afterthought, a 3.5mm headphone jack)
Cons: In the lower right-hand corner of the monitor, the LED backlight appears to be going out or going dim. I've been able to temporarily resolve this issue by power cycling the monitor or my forcing an input selection, but the "dimming" will reappear.
Most likely will RMA and then update the review once a replacement monitor arrives
Other Thoughts: The driver installation CD will contain the driver for the monitor, but you may want to download it from LG directly.
The Dual Monitor software does not seem to work from either the installation CD or the LG site -- perhaps it doesn't like Windows 7 Pro x64
Pros: Native USB 3.0
TEN SATAIII 6/Gbps ports
UEFI has lots of customization and options
Cons: I can't ask it to give me a ride to the supermarket and back
Other Thoughts: Update the BIOS and DON'T use the install CD unless you have to -- go to the ASRock site and download the latest drivers and utilities there!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Stable under multiple passes of MemTest
Heat spreader on DIMMs
Specifically tested and verified to work with my motherboard
XMP 1.2 working like a champ
Cons: Not making me breakfast in the morning
Other Thoughts: Dual-Channel kit means I can purchase this exact same RAM next year and max out the board!READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Raymond R.
Date Joined: 09/30/05
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