Date Joined: 04/28/16
Pros: Fast refresh rate, no pixels, and able to use HDMI or DisplayPort. Excellent color rendition and sharpness, all at a good price.
Cons: I'm not sold on the "curved" thing, you have to sit very close to feel the monitor wrapping around you and it just seems like another gimmick. 1920X1048 is what many office apps are geared for, so going beyond the former "Full HD" will lead to smaller text unless your app supports resizing or you enable scaling. HDR display was something I quickly lost interest in; it works fits the required standards, but I just like "normal" color display better.
Overall Review: Yes, for bargain gamers and people wanting to start into a "pro" monitor but not go broke this is a good choice.
Pros: Well, the lights are pretty.
Cons: I'm dinging this RAM more for being sold as DDR 2400...but only if you enable XMP. Otherwise it's DDR 2100. It ran fine until I enabled XMP and a few months later I first had a few benign mystery reboots when I was away from the PC, followed by several hard lockups until I replaced it with Crucial. RAM testing confirmed I had at least one stick, but wasn't about to try and figure out which one (s) then replace them.
Overall Review: Considering how fast some people upgrade they'd likely had migrated from this RAM to something else. I did find trying to sort out motherboard vendor RGB lighting, fan controls, the G.Skill RGB software that RGB isn't for me, and mostly window dressing.