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Pros: Super Bright,
Big almost 24 inches.
Insanely Deep Blacks.
The Plugs are on the back UNDER the monitor panel. ( this is a good and bad thing ) because having the plugs hang down vertically puts less strain on the monitors board.
HDMI x1, DVI,
Cons: Colors arent as Good as my Sammie LED but thats expected.
i would love to see some viewsonics with USB ports.
the buttons are freaking annoying to plug in being underneath the monitor. upon adjusting the settings i always hit the wrong ones.
Other Thoughts: please play with your settings , with tweaking ( as with all monitors/TV's) this thing really looks slick i adjusted mine to warm settings, put the color mode in RGB, and turned off dynamic contrast.
do not use gaming mode it washed out the image. if need be please use your NVIDIA control panel or the AMD catalyst to fine tune your monitor settings.
- this is an awesome product. cant wait to get another.
Pros: Drivers, Installation was as easy as plugging it in. installing newest drivers. btw. the newest update for the 760s allow you to do ""shadowplay" which encodes in h.264 , really really awesome feature. recording gameplay with no strain on system.
looks sleek. the acx cooling is great. this thing doesnt go over 50c.
Cons: really none, maybe the size? its a bit of a monster. but i think all the cards ive bought are around the 10inch size.
Other Thoughts: little pricey, but i wont care once i have 2 in sli.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Samsung 46" 1080p 120Hz Slim LED Smart TV UN46ES6100FXZA
Pros: LED= nice and bright,
Samsungs Contrast is my favorite.
Sound? haha. its actually NOT BAD. at all.
NO LAG. threw it in "gaming mode" great Response time on this tv.
no glare even though the entire unit is glossy. super thin frame .
Cons: honestly . i really dont have any
Other Thoughts: seriously. so happy with this upgrade from my 32 inch LCD samsung almost 5 years ago. now my 15 year old brother has it! haha. Samsungs are my favorite. ive owned several and have been really pleased with each one.READ FULL REVIEW
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