Date Joined: 12/21/10
Pros: Beautiful screen
VERY light weight
Overall Review: I've had this monitor for well over a year now and it still works like it's brand new, no issues at all. Gaming looks wonderful, movies/netflix look awesome, I can't say enough good things about it.
My old Samsung monitor which I've had since the Vista days recently died, I plan to get a second one of these monitors to replace it and go dual-screen. I may get a third eventually and go three-screen! (need a bigger desk though) ;)
Get this monitor, you won't regret it.
Pros: Got it at $189 on sale, a huge bargain!
Barely notice it's there being as quiet as it is.
Runs Fallout 4 on Ultra easily at 60fps/1080p.
Cons: Haven't found one yet!
Overall Review: I bought this as an upgrade from my XFX Radeon 7950 3gb since, after 2 years of owning it, it finally started to have problems and needed to be retired. I switched to this card purely for the price, which was $189 for a 4GB gard, unheard of for EVGA most of the time.
As soon as I loaded up Fallout 4, it set itself to Ultra, whereas I could barely run Medium settings with my XFX. Everything else graphically demanding like Tomb Raider and Star Wars Battlefront have had no problems at all and ran buttery smooth, which makes me wonder if the recommended specs for those games were really accurate.
I decided not to go with the 970 or 980 since they were way out of my price range (I don't like spending more than $200 at most for a new card), but I scored big with this one, runs everything perfectly and I've yet to find a bad thing about it.