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Pros: IPS screen, 3D glasses included. Very bright screen, and colors. I bought it to replace a 3D LG 2343P monitor that I found out had a faulty HDMI input that I didn't use until I moved it to another computer 2 years after I bought it.
Cons: Shipped from Korea, but time here to the East coast was fast. Would have gotten here earlier if plane didn't break down in Alaska. Great tracking though. Too bad New Egg doesn't keep these in a US factory, they would probably sell more. One step changing the menu from Korean to English is a slight pain.
Other Thoughts: When I have the money in my pocket I will by another.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Thermaltake Toughpower TPD-0750M - SLI / CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Gold Certification and Semi Modular Cables Black Active PFC Power Supply Intel Haswell Ready (PS-TPD-0750MPCGUS-1)
Pros: Running a R9-290x 8GB video card, 32 BG of board memory, 7- 120mm fans, 5 on the case, 2 on the CPU cooler in push pull config, 4 LED lit. 5 HD's and 2 Blu Ray burners. Nothing overclocked, and it works like a charm. Always loved the modular cable supplies, because you only have to connect what cables you need. It's quiet too.
Cons: None really, except the mother board and the CPU power cables are not detachable, and should not be. They are a standard connection in all computers.
Other Thoughts: If I ever need another PS for my other computers, I will buy this one for them. Hope it's no time soon though.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The price and 8 GB of memory. Fast GPU.
Cons: Had to upgrade motherboard. The R9-290 series does not work well with AMD 700 and 800 series motherboard north chipsets. No problems with the 900 series. The card is also real long almost 12" long (305mm), you have to make sure it doesn't hit your hard drive or optical disc frame. I had to swap computer cases. The depth of you computer case is not the only factor, it is the arrangement and placement of what's behind the PCIe sockets you are using. The card also takes up 3 slots sizes with the fans. So keep that in mind too.
Other Thoughts: I don't play games, and I'm using dual monitors. So far I haven't seen much difference with the 270X with 2 GB, that I could notice for the extra money. Maybe you can see it playing games. My main use is graphic animation. This card made the 290X and 8GB affordable for me.READ FULL REVIEW