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Pros: Purchased this monitor based on how slim it is, the response timing, and contrast ratio. All of these specs add up to a nice, crisp display with lots of color depth.
- Gaming looks fantastic
- Blu ray movies look even more life-like
- Not too large of monitors, not too small
- Anti-glare screen is a must-have
Cons: Short list:
- No VESA mounts - Oh well, it takes up very little desk space anyways
- A bit wobbly - Because it's so slim..
Neither of these are a huge deal, but I figured they should be mentioned
Other Thoughts: I enjoyed this monitor so much that I bought a second, then a third one. I now have all three on one desktop workstation, and it is easily my favorite setup. I find it difficult to switch to any other monitor, even if it's any larger. Very well worth my money.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Timings (Latency, frequencies, etc)
- Price (~$40 on sale)
- Durability (Working on 2 years)
Cons: For some reason, this RAM doesn't like to me put in with slower memory. Had this memory kit and a kit of 1333MHz memory. Caused BSOD every 2 hours, froze PC in the middle of game play frequently.
Other Thoughts: Great value memory. I will never need anything more than 2 of these memory kits.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bought this for my first computer build in 2012, and hasn't skipped a beat since. Ran through Memtest86 with flying colors, ranked very well on PassMark 8 and Novabench.
Cons: The fact that I didn't buy two kits.. The timings may be slow compared to other memory similar, but I haven't noticed that big of a difference.
Other Thoughts: I'm wondering if this memory can run at 1866MHz with my new APU, but I don't want to destroy this memory. Playing it cautious until I get confirmation from somewhere.
~Seriously, I should have bought two..
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