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This review is from: Tungsten Carbide Dome Shaped Ring
Pros: Price, color, comfort, seller (see other)
I love the color of this ring. I thought it looks a little darker when compared to the picture here on newegg, but I like that!
Cons: Size feels a little big. I got my ring size measured early in the same day that I ordered this ring, and when I received it, the ring was a little too big. Maybe should go down a half size (at least for me). This is not a big issue, I just worry about the ring falling off.
Other Thoughts: I was looking at a ring just like this nearby my home. The cost was $330. I bought this one with expedited shipping for MUCH less. In transit had some shipping problems, and BC marketplace contacted me directly, offering to send me another one and even offered to eat the cost of sending it even quicker, so I could get my ring by the weekend. What amazing service! 5 stars all around!!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Size. This thing is the perfect size for me. Faster response time is noticeable coming from 5ms. Not needing an external IR emitter for 3D vision is nice.
Cons: The color seems white washed compared to my old Gateway 16:10 monitor. Adjusting all of the settings on the monitor and the desktop, it's better, but still seems slightly off. Too white washed. Minus one egg for that, but overall, still a great monitor.
Other Thoughts: Personally, I would prefer this on a slightly taller stand, but the one it comes with is sturdy for its size. I wouldn't consider this a con, just a personal preference. Sold my Acer GD235HZ to purchase this. Size difference is worth the purchase, color is the same as what I experienced with the Acer GD235HZ.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Card looks nice, clean, has all the needed accessories. Much smaller than the GTX260 I had before.
Cons: This card is very unstable. I couldn't even get it to work properly on anything other than a blank desktop. Tried working with EVGA tech support to resolve issues. See below.
Other Thoughts: After installing the card, I noticed my computer would crash whenever trying to run any sort of game (WoW, MW2, crysis, etc) or other graphic intensive program. I was running 2x GTX260s before with no problem. As soon as I changed out to 1x GTX460, (including driver sweep and reinstalling as needed), nothing was working correctly.
I worked with EVGA and they had me test my RAM, swap out with my old video cards, etc. and everything else was working. After setting up and RMA and paying twenty dollars to send it back in, I was sent a replacement card that wasn't even the same card. It was the 01G-P3-1370-TR... a card that is about twenty dollars cheaper. So, I'm out nearly a month's worth of time and $40 to get a recertified card that is inferior to the card I purchased.
I've contacted EVGA about this situation. Hopefully they will respond in a timely manner.
Otherwise, I've always loved EVGA products. My other cards/mobo have no problems.