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Pros: I have 4 of these running in my X79 rig, set to 2133@email@example.com. I haven't even taken the time to fine tune yet to see how far these will go. I'm quite pleased with this purchase, and plan to buy 4 more for my Asrock X79 Extreme 11 mobo, and start using a RAM drive utility.
Cons: None so far. I have had the chips for about 7 months now and have used memtest on them, and they are all running perfectly.
Other Thoughts: Also feel the need to point out that these are by far the best looking RAM sticks I've seen, and that's a nice plus for those of us using tech-benches instead of cases.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This thing is nicer than the 24" Dell ultrasharps. ultrasharps are LCD this one is LED. I'm not going to list all the advantages of LED, if you need to know google will tell you. Anyway it's a PLS witch is samsungs version of IPS (feel free to look into it). It's a 1920x1200 16x10" monitor. It's plenty bright, has very vivid colors, crystal clear, and all of the hookups you need. It has a 2m response time, the ultrasharp has a 6m (lower is better). Also it's the same price as the ultrasharp. This monitor has the ultrasharp beaten in almost every aspect, and mached in the ones it doesn't. You should really consider getting one of these if your looking for the best, and willing to pay the money.
PS- I don't work for samsung or anything if that's what your thinking, I'm just a little on the picky side incase you couldn't tell.
Cons: The only thing I would change is I would make it a little stiffer to raise, lower, and turn on its side. I'm OCD and if you bump it you can shift it to where it's not level too easily.
Other Thoughts: Newegg has this monitor listed as a 16x9 1920x1080 display, but it's actually a 16x10 1920x1200 display. Good thing I did my research before buying or I wouldn't have bought this monitor.
Here is the link If you want the actual specs on this monitor. SKU numbers are the same, and I purchased mine from newegg so I can confirm it's a 1200p 16x10.