Seemed really good, at first9/4/2018 11:49:19 AM

Pros: The picture looks amazing and the monitor is huge! I came from an AOC 27" ultrawide model which I've used for over 2 years without any problems at all. This thing is WAY bigger. I was so happy when I got it and started trying it on games. I eliminated my 3 monitor setup because this was big enough by itself.

Cons: About 1 month after purchasing it, I bought a display port cable and tried the monitor at 160hz. That worked really well for a few days, then the monitor started losing its mind. The display would go black, the image would double vertically (squishing the image and repeating it below itself) for about 1/2 a second then come back like nothing happened. It would do this randomly, but seemed more so in games (although it also did it during idle screens or internet browsing). I tried reducing the refresh to 144hz, no difference, still problems. I removed the DP cable and went back to HDMI and the problem is still happening (at 60hz). I didn't have any problems until trying the 160hz but I suspect this was going to happen no matter what. I thought it was a great deal at 300$ but now that I've thrown the box away, I'm sure I'll have to RMA it (from the "A" website reviews it will probably be at my expense) and I have no idea how I'm going to ship this monster back without the original packing and box, safely.

Overall Review: I hope I've only got a lemon here and it's not a model problem, but another reviewer described EXACTLY the same issues I'm seeing so I'm very nervous now that even an RMA may do the same thing. It's a shame because I've really been happy with my previous AOC monitor.

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Manufacturer Response:
Hi Steve, Thank you for taking the time to post your AOC product review on newegg. Please visit the following link to our support form http://us.aoc.com/en/service-contact and we will be happy to help troubleshoot the issue and / or provide you with an RMA to resolve the issue if it cannot be fixed remotely. We look forward to hearing from you so we can further assist. Thank you for choosing AOC! AOC Support
Excellent memory - outrageous price10/27/2017 9:31:24 AM

Pros: I bought this memory kit in July 2016 from newegg for $108 and it has been very good hardware.

Cons: Due to memory industry price increases this memory is 320% higher 1 year after my purchase.

Overall Review: Isn't it time someone address memory prices again? I was so happy with this memory kit when I purchased it last year and would love to upgrade another of my computers, but 300% price hike in 14 months? Not Newegg's fault at all, but I think some CEOs need to answer why the "supply problems" are still being used as an excuse for this a year later.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Excellent condition item, well packaged and working order. 750 hrs on lamp! Super excited!8/30/2017 5:12:13 PM

Pros: Quick shipping with a bubble shell package surrounded by peanuts. Survived UPS shipping from East Coast. Bulb is bright and only has 750 hours on it! For 50$ that's awesome. I'm slowly setting all my family's houses with home theaters with these little jewels.

Cons: Knew this when I bought it but it is an analog input projector. The inputs are limited to vga, svideo and component. Will take an active hdmi to vga adapter to take a digital signal. Not a big deal, knew it when I ordered it.

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Love1/11/2017 2:56:32 PM

Pros: Low power, amazing size and quiet enough for me.

Cons: a little noisy stock fan (mine is in a closet so don't care) a little tricky to get USB CD rom hooked up for installation, but not really bad (a little picky on ports)

Overall Review: been running smoothwall 3.0 on it and performance is awesome. It uses 15w all the time so my UPS can hold up my entire network for about 2 hours with this thing running. I'm thinking about buying a 2nd just so if this one dies I can replace it with the same thing. Get it... totally worth it.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Alright for a child3/30/2015 8:37:17 AM

Pros: It works right out of the box, no drivers needed if xbox drivers already on pc

Cons: too small for adult sized noggin. If you expand the head grip fully it will technically fit on your head but would probably cause a blood clot considering how tight it is (and no, I don't have an unusually large cranium). I will have to use it around my neck for mic only (which kind of negates the purpose of having a built in headphone). If you're buying it for a kid under 10 they will probably be ok (but check on them every hour or so to make sure they're face isn't turning purple!)

Overall Review: the mic arm is on the left side (and cord comes out the left side) but the arm doesn't swivel past 90 degrees so you can switch it around to the other ear. At least the cord only goes to the controller and not to the pc so the cord isn't in the way. Still annoying since it would have been zero effort on the designer to allow it to swivel 180 degrees to allow right side use.

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great card8/17/2013 4:56:23 PM

Pros: Card is very stable, quiet, and stays very cool (59C full load). Was a slight (15%) improvement over my old 5870 card. Is able to handle 5040x1050 with 3 monitors but I had to turn down settings to medium from a stable ultra mode to get decent frame rates (pretty much expected unless you crossfire 2 of these). Handles 3360x1050 (iz3d monitor 3d mode) perfectly on all games >40fps

Cons: None so far. Drivers are generally stable (no more grey screens of death).

Overall Review: I like the cooler on this card but I do wish it was designed to push all the heat out of my case. It's mostly open on both ends (since it's a double fan model) so most of the heat pulled from the memory and voltage chips are pumped back into the case. Again, this is not a con, just the nature of a double fan cooler, which does work better than a single "exhaust" type cooler. Just understand it will heat up any components behind or above the video card and the case itself (probably less than a few degrees).

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Great if you get it on sale6/21/2013 10:52:23 AM

Pros: Very stylish. Supports 2 devices simultaneously (very cool). Syncs well and doesn't sync when you don't want it to. Decent streaming sound quality to FM (although my car's antennae is 1 ft away, embedded in my windshield). Not sure how good it would work on the older style ones mounted in the rear of a car. Pretty decent voice recognition. Noone complains of call quality (which I'm guessing means it sounds decent on the other end). Voice to text and text to voice feature is VERY nice when driving. I love this feature (and it tags the outgoing msg that it was using motovoice so if it says something awful the person knows why).

Cons: Battery drains quickly if transmitting FM (about 4 days of light use to/from work) and then reports "low battery". This seems to be a little better now that it's summertime and the battery gets heated all day. Sometimes there is a delay between pressing voice command and when the device is actually "listening" causing it to sometimes miss the first word or two (unless you just wait a second or two every time you use the voice features). Sometimes wind noise will make it totally misunderstand what I'm saying (although speaking very loudly at it usually works).

Overall Review: Voice commands don't work on droid when the phone is locked (this is true of any handsfree device I've tried, but particularly annoying if your driving). I have VPN setup on my phone so it locks every time I sit it down. The solution I've come up with is to set the autolock to 30 mins and I've just gotten in the habit of using the side button to manually lock it throughout the day. It also doesn't like other headsets at all. If you regularly use a BT headset, make sure it's turned off as you enter your car or it will not sync your phone and motorola device.

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reburbished? I can't tell.4/29/2013 10:42:25 PM

Pros: I own 1 other 110wn and a pair of 100n trendnet cameras. They are pretty good (the 100n has incredible low lux picture and the 110wn has great framerate, 5-15fps and sound built in). The 100n has lower framerate (2-5fps over internet)

Cons: This unit is defective. The video freezes and then becomes unresponsive (java applet shows white box). Does not stream to phone although my other cameras do fine. I tried both wireless and ethernet and it still does the same. The network is setup and I'm able to change all settings (over wifi or ethernet). I can even reboot it and I flashed firmware but it still locks up. My retail 110wn does not do this, it's rock solid. I took a chance on a reburbished unit since I spent around 70$ on my last one but there is obviously a reason they are selling for 30$ ea. Buyer beware, there doesn't seem to be any quality control on the reburbs.

Overall Review: I'm going to call Newegg and do something I rarely have to do... RMA a purchase. Thank goodness for the standard return policy and Newegg's excellent customer service. I'm positive they will take care of me as always. I'm just disappointed that I won't be getting a 2nd 110wn to play with (cause this is definitely gonna be a refund). Oh well, I've bought thousands of $$ worth of stuff from Newegg and it's very rare I get burned so chalk it up to bad luck.

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Manufacturer Response:
Dear Steve, Please accept our deepest apologies for any inconvenience this has caused you. Please contact us at sales@trendnet.com with "Newegg TV-IP110WN Product Review" in the subject line and someone will assist you to go through the RMA process. We look forward to hearing from you directly and restoring your faith in TRENDnet products. Thanks, TRENDnet Sales Team
1/4 DOA - 3 good, replacement good1/12/2013 5:08:42 PM

Pros: Price. Got on sale for 89$ (nearly pre-flood prices). Quiet (very small noise on spin up, but not alarming) BIG.

Cons: Bought 4 of these while on sale (89$). 3 from newegg all good, 1 from another vendor (actually packaged VERY well) was DOA (same exact model). Replacement works good so far. Bad drive made a "chirping" noise when powered up and was unrecognized by BIOS.

Overall Review: I've read alot of reports of problems with these drives. I've only had them for a week and they are in RAID 5 in a Mediasonic external array. They seem reasonably fast, but the 1/4 DOA rate worries me about long term reliability (especially since Seagate has reduced warranty to 1 year). If other drive manufacturers would stop price gouging everyone claiming flood prices 2 years afterwards I would probably not buy from a manufacturer with 1 year warranties. Since this is a backup drive for my 12TB main array, I'm taking the chance on these cheapies. Good luck all.

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Update Best Toy 201211/25/2012 2:15:05 PM

Pros: Still working great. I love this thing, buy it.

Cons: No trapazoidal adjustments or keystone adjustments in menu. I assumed this was standard but it doesn't have it, so make sure you have a level centered spot to mount this. 1 week after getting it for some reason the colors went completely wonky (think acid trip colors that were changing constantly). It was right after using the USB port to watch some movies while mounted on the ceiling. At first I thought I had broken it (maybe due to gravity and the stress of inserting/removing USB thumbdrive) but I let it sit over night and it hasn't re-occurred since. I really didn't want to be without this thing for an RMA. It comes with a 1 year warranty so I'll be watching out for any more of that nonsense.

Overall Review: I mainly wanted to update after ceiling mounting this projector since I was a little worried about doing it due to no other reviews mentioning it. Ceiling mounting works great. I used a standard security camera mount bought from another vendor and use my remote to turn it on/off (since manually doing so was slightly misaligning my picture each time). The projector doesn't have a ceiling mode so you have to go into your video card drivers and rotate 180 degrees that way. As long as it's the only display for your computer this isn't a problem at all (aside from the slightly annoying upside POST and boot screens). BIOS would be a pain and navigating the projector menu is upside and backwards but once you set that stuff you rarely go back and change anything anyways.

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2nd verse same as the first7/11/2012 11:59:44 AM

Pros: Bought one of these last year at $199 and vowed if it came on the shocker I'd buy another. This thing rocks! I stuck 4 3TB hitachis in the first one for 9TB of RAID5 awesomeness! These weren't screaming drives but I get a steady 180+ Mb/s off it and I love the fact that it's not relying on the operating system to keep the RAID intact. In fact, I moved it back and forth between two PCs for the first month as I populated the data.

Cons: The instructions are wrong on how to set up your RAID mode. It clearly says push the button on the back and hold it down until the RAID light flashes. This is blatantly wrong, hold in the mode button on the front until it changes then use it to select the raid mode, THEN press the button on the back until the unit powers down (which confirms the RAID mode). The instructions are rubbish but the enclosure is amazing! Feels heavy like it was well constructed (although the plastic door on the front is a little cheap), but it looks great.

Overall Review: The 2nd one I populated with 2 WD green drives (yes, I know they aren't meant for RAID and they wouldn't do it from my onboard RAID controller). The greens are working terrific (surprised me). I think the next thing I'll do (when HDD prices finally drop again) is get 4 more 3TBs and try a mirrored RAID 50 configuration (that should get me wicked speed and double my reliability). Even at $199 this is a great product but at $129 on the shocker... no brainer... I was truly shocked!

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Rock Solid2/1/2012 2:40:15 PM

Pros: Paired with 4 3TB Hitachi drives (Model 0S03230) and configured RAID 10. Blistering speed via Esata (reads ~200MB/s). REDUNDANT STORAGE!!! Quiet and small (looks nice)

Cons: Costs a lot to fill with big drives (especially since the floods raised HDD prices).

Overall Review: I bought this after experiencing 2 failures of 500GB external "My Book" drives. I wanted something that would survive a drive failure (and with RAID 10, potentially 2 drives). Seriously, if you are relying on single drive external solutions you should consider this box. Its Esata connector makes it 10x faster than usb 2.0 and alot less cpu hoggish. The small size of this enclosure surprised me (when I got it out of the package I wasn't sure 4 drives would fit in it).

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Ownership: more than 1 year
2 Years/ light use/ burnt smell1/9/2012 1:27:57 PM

Pros: Got on sale for 199$ from the Egg and immediately made my theater sound great (although a little tweaking with freq cutoff dial and volume dial is needed to balance the base and get rid of distortion.)

Cons: Last week (2 years and 1 month after buying) I was admittedly showing off my sound system a bit and turned up the volume (on the sub not my amp) and played some heavy bass. About 5 minutes in I caught a whiff of ozone or "magic smoke" and traced it back to the port hole on my SUB!! Turned it off and now have to test the voice coil to see if it changed the resistance. Warranty is only 1 year (seems weak for a $300+ sub MSRP from Yamaha).

Overall Review: My amp is only a 500watt 5.1 channel and it was hooked up to the unpowered sub-out so there's zero chance I ran too much current to it. Also I have never turned this sub up beyond 50% the whole time I've owned it, so it's not "worn out". I'm pretty disappointed by this on an otherwise very pleasant experience with this sub. I hope it's repairable, otherwise I will not be buying Yamaha

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Died 5 months after buying9/12/2010 10:55:24 PM

Pros: Before dying it was a very good 3D card.

Cons: Always had lockup/freezing issues during video playback due to badly written BIOS code.

Overall Review: I reviewed this card 2 weeks after buying and gave it 4 stars (deducted 1 for bad BIOS needing immediate flash). Card locked up today and died without warning. Will not POST, will do 2d/3d at all. Tried in 2 different PCs. Replaced card with my old 4850 and PC works no problems. My PC has an 850watt power supply with ample 12v rails. I'm dissapointed that a $400 video card would die so quickly in a 70F controlled enviroment. Am RMA'ing to Gigabyte for replacement. I hate to deduct eggs em' but 5 months is ridiculous for 1 model below flagship.

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Dear Customer, Thank you for your comments. We apologize for your difficulty with your Gigabyte product. Please contact us at newegg-support@gigabyte-usa.com with the case number 60627 in the subject line. We will provide personalized service and analysis to help solve your issue ASAP. If the matter is urgent, please send us your contact number, and we will contact you. Gigabyte VIP Support Team
2 for 3 deal7/22/2010 6:40:44 AM

Pros: Large capacity, low power/noise, decent throughput.

Cons: Ordered 3 for RAID5 array, 1 DOA The DOA drive appeared to have physical damage on one of the solder points that feed the motor power on the bottom of the drive. RMA'd for replacement.

Overall Review: Newegg has finally changed their packaging of OEM HDDs. Thank you Newegg! They come in static bag (wrapped in bubblewrap), in their own white box, surrounded by paper padding, in a larger box (very glad they have listened to our cries for better packaging). I dinged the rating an egg for the DOA since it appeared to be a Q.C. problem (likely from WD factory). Newegg treated me like a king on the RMA (they also do) and made the return process so painless that I really can't be upset about it.

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Follow up +3 months6/28/2010 1:15:34 PM

Pros: Still working. No performance degrade that I can tell. Still gives me cold chills each time I reboot my MCE.

Cons: Only the difficulty with imaging. Probably fixed by imaging software manf by now.

Overall Review: Received rebate (40$ VISA prepaid). Took 3 months, but they WILL send it to you.

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About what I expected6/28/2010 1:06:46 PM

Pros: It's pretty. Sleek. Shiny. Has 4 ports that work perfectly in the back. Purchased it for 20$ with a matching brand USB nic for 5$...

Cons: I spent the better part of my Saturday afternoon trying to get this thing to work stable. It was not possible using WPA2-PSK, had failure to write errors when moving large files and got speeds of around 2000-4000kbps (less than 20% faster than my aging 802.11G router). Signal strength was very erratic from exact position my G router gave me 5 bars.

Overall Review: I will eventually get back to trying this again but I worked on it long enough to get thoroughly disgusted with it. My plan was to run it in parrallel with my G router, but it completely over powers (even on the other end of the channels) the G router making it useless. I expected that. I also expected for 20$ I was probably buying a 4 port switch (which is starting to look correct). I can't give it 1 egg yet since I've ONLY spent about 4 hours on it so far, but I'm tempted. I don't usually give blistering reviews, but I am a little disappointed since many ppl reported it worked well (of course alot of ppl also reported what I experienced). Looks like a roll of the dice on this one guys, maybe you'll get lucky. For 20$ I had to try it.

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Love it6/28/2010 12:56:32 PM

Pros: Very handy. Nice design. Doesn't look nearly as crazy as I thought it would on my desk. Keeps drive very cool since it is 3/4ths exposed to room air. I like the fact it has a power button (other external manf. should take note). Beats the living heck outta opening my case to test a drive and looks better than my old cable adapter for doing SATA to USB.

Cons: So far none. Works as advertised.

Overall Review: I can't believe how inexpensive this thing was (grabbed on SS for <20$). I wish they would make one of these with eSATA so I could just buy a half dozen of them and get rid of my old my book enclosures.

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Overpowered for CPU?6/28/2010 12:51:34 PM

Pros: It runs all games at highest settings even in 3D mode (using Iz3d monitor). Stays cool (never gets above 55C in my Extreme T3 engine case) Love the fact I didn't have to put an after market cooler on this thing.

Cons: I've been thinking I needed to reinstall windows because a few months ago video playback started freezing up (flash based streaming video AND divx/mkv) but went back and read some more of the reviews and realized "Duh, this is a video card BIOS problem". Going to flash it tonight to see if the video problems end. I didn't get nearly as much "measurable" increase from my old ATI 4850 card as I expected. All the normal benchmarks showed a small improvement in most areas but overall less than 10%. I believe this card is too much for my Q6600 CPU (which surprises me, because that processor is actually still very viable. I didn't expect it to bottleneck me like this). I'm still running 800 FSB instead of 1066 (never messed with "overclocking" it in my MB BIOS since most ppl report minimal speed improvements from the higher speed).

Overall Review: Here's my computer specs: Q6600 running stock freq 4GB DDR 1066 memory running at 800mhz Gigabyte T45 Motherboard RAID stripe 0 HDD array 3dmark05: 14200 :( same specs with 4850 got me 13700 :(( I'm hoping I see more improvement when I up the FSB and install Win7 to test in DX11 Overall, I'm happy with the upgrade since it makes huge improvements on FSAA and AF (hardly any FPS hit on those now). It might be time to buy an i7 CPU... sigh...

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SSD finally3/17/2010 12:47:11 PM

Pros: I knew this would be an impressive upgrade, but wow! Got 780mb/s during imaging process! 97.50 MB/s sustained but much much higher bursts. Cold to touch after 2 hours operating. Quiet, completely. very happy... thank you egg!

Cons: Won't image. seriously, i tried Acronis 9, Acronis 10, Ghost, Clonezilla. It gets the data over to the drive but I'm guessing the MBR is structurally so different that it never seems to set the SSD as a bootable drive. I was pulling my hair out for hours trying various ways to restore from image or direct disk to disk clone. It won't happen.

Overall Review: The inability to clone to this drive is most likely a limitation of cloning software (since SSD is still fairly rare). It was annoying but really minor compared to the results after performing a clean install on this drive. My old MCE2005 box (on a WD 7200 300gb hdd) takes 13 passes of the windows loading scroll bar... this thing doesn't even complete one! Seriously, it boots my entire media center in under 6 seconds (after POST of course). If not for the POST and USB detection (I have many external drives) this would give my MCE the reboot speed of an appliance. Will DEFINITELY be buying more SSD drives for my other PCs.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
MS for the win3/17/2010 12:35:36 PM

Pros: Much longer range than my logitech wireless rumblepad. Rock steady controller with excellent response rate. I love the fact the charger (sold seperately) plugs into the usb and can charge while you play.

Cons: a little pricey, but worth every penny.

Overall Review: Definately the most expensive controller I've bought in recent years, but it's FAR higher quality than my logitech controllers. If you need something for the living room, this is your boy! Totally reliable at 30 feet!

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it remembers stuff12/21/2009 11:52:49 AM

Pros: Memory appears to work well

Cons: none so far

Overall Review: apparently by default, no motherboards correctly detect 1066 memory. You will have to go into bios to set the speed and timing for this memory to run at 1066.

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Great Value!12/21/2009 11:50:21 AM

Pros: pullable drive cages rails for all 3.5'' drives upside down design so power supply doesn't vent all the heat from your case nice finish, good looking design stealth bays solid feel, not flimsy

Cons: is a bit heavier than many of my previous cases there are a few sharp edges (DO NOT stick your hand in an open bay or you will be cut when you pull your hand back out) Would be nice to have fan speed controls on front instead of back (minor complaint) Undoubtedly will require frequent cleaning due to airflow

Overall Review: The fans in this case are awesome. There is a tremendous amount of airflow in this case. top bay for cdrom is a little cramped. Overall, the case seems a steal for 70$

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W00t12/21/2009 11:44:03 AM

Pros: ridonculusly good. Single slot. SLI ready physx onboard

Cons: none so far

Overall Review: put this in a machine for my brother (am2 245 with 2gb ddr 1066) and it scores 14,000 on 3dmark05 default settings. My Q6600 with 4gb 1066ram and a 512mb 4850 video card only gets 13,300!

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3D for the 21st century12/21/2009 11:39:00 AM

Pros: 3D effect is amazing. Works flawlessly for about 80% DirectX titles, works with some issues for another 15%, works badly for about 5%. With the new glasses and some tweaking (you MUST play around with the settings to get it to look good, I mostly stick with 40% separation and .0150 convergence) the 3D effect is spectacular. Will make you want to replay games you've already beaten to experience them in 3D. Best upgrade I've bought in years for gaming. Shiny screen allows you to see someone sneaking up behind you.

Cons: The glossy screen reflects any light sources behind you and can be very distracting (for best results turn off lights or at least make sure no bright lights are behind you). Requires 2 DVI/VGA inputs, so unless you run crossX or SLI forget having a 2nd monitor hooked up for dual screens. 2D mode is not as good as my hanns-g 22'' (making me wish I could dual monitor for non 3d apps). There is still a slight amount of ghosting even with the new glasses/drivers (this is ALWAYS going to be a problem with any 3d solution available)... is easy to get used to and after a day or so you won't notice it. The lcd panels seem to be slightly slower than my 2ms Hanns-g (occasionally I notice a slight screen tear in heavy action scenes)... again, not terrible but I see it once or twice a day. 3d means 2x's as much work for your video card and half your normal frame rate (I turn all settings and resolutions down 1 level to get good frame rates) brightness is only adjustable feature on OSD

Overall Review: I've tried many 3D solutions (elsa revelators, hd3d shutterglasses, 3dimensional, red/blue) and this system is FAR more mature than any of those (far less problems from iz3d) You need a powerful computer to push a game in 3d (if you're not getting >50fps on a game then you will need to turn down settings to run in 3d) I was very leery about this purchase because every time I've tried 3D in the past I've been terribly disappointed. This monitor is worth every penny. There are plenty of things for them to improve on, but for now iz3d is the best 3D gaming you can buy. Don't be discouraged by the quality you get out of the glasses included with the monitor (iz3d will send you 2 free pairs of the new improved version which correct MANY of the complaints I had my first week using the monitor). I'm thinking a cheap KVM could allow me to dual monitor for non 3d use to a better 2d monitor. Look, just buy this thing. It is amazing and you will love gaming in 3D... I know I do.

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