Date Joined: 01/04/04
Pros: Others on remote group sessions always mention the very clear picture. Easy setup with typical USB connection. The privacy cover is a classy alternative to duct tape.
Overall Review: Great product.
Pros: This monitor - paired with an Nvidia RTX 2080 Super card - makes IL-2 flow smoothly, with no stutters or tearing. Two thumbs up!
Cons: It could be a *little* less pricy. Maybe.
Overall Review: I'm seriously considering getting a second XG270QG, but see "Cons", above.
Pros: + Smooth Video
+ Effective Cooling
Cons: - Price
Overall Review: With the fan set to hit full speed at 50 C. via the Zotac "Firestorm" software, my card never reaches 60 C.
Pros: - easy to install
- simple software setup
- good cooling performance
Cons: - no major issues
Overall Review: The two push/pull 120mm fans make it a bit large, but that is not a major drawback. The "Corsair Link" software is easy to setup and use.
Pros: - great sound
- great price
- lots of inputs and outputs
Cons: - Zone 2 output is line-out, not amplified
- I-net screens only seen through HDMI monitor
Pros: Zalman makes very good products.
Cons: Zalman customer support here in the USA is non-existent: phone calls go unanswered, emails are not returned, RMA requests are ignored.
Pros: * Sharp, clear images
* Fast response, no ghosts
Cons: * Glossy finish shows dust, fingerprints (minor quibble, really)
Overall Review: I suppose it's just lucky that I have no dead pixels. <crosses fingers> Absence of imaging ghosting during fast-moving flightsims is a big plus for me. As an added bonus, upgrading from a CRT has reduced electricity usage measurably: my UPS formerly reported it had 14 minutes of battery power to run the computer, it now says 32.
Pros: - effective
Cons: - requires careful installation
Overall Review: Despite its impressive size, it fits easily within a Lian Li PC-P50 case when mounted on an Asus P6X58D-E mobo. The fan does not seem loud to me, even at full speed (~2000 RPM). Getting the base of the heatsink settled securely on top of my i7-930 CPU took a little bit of fiddling, but it was well worth it!
Pros: My new machine runs rock-solid at 3.4 GHz with an aftermarket heatsink. The total cost of this CPU and a good heatsink here at Neweggg was much, much cheaper than a 3.33 GHz i7-980!
Cons: None, so far.
Pros: - pure copper block, pipes, fins
- 120mm fan is very quiet at full speed
- keeps my stock-clock i7-930 at 32 C. (idle) to 57 C. (busy)
Cons: - huge & heavy, so mount it carefully!
Overall Review: Easily fits inside my Lian Li PC-P50 case on an ASUS P6X58D-E motherboard. Lots of pure copper, for great thermal conductivity.
Pros: - excellent cooling air flow
- lightweight aluminum construction
- simple, professional, and elegant styling inside and out
- vibration isolation/damping for HDD and DVD mounts
- tool-less mounts for PSU, DVD, PCI cards
- bottom-mounted PSU with dedicated, filtered air intake
- up to six internal HDDs (see "Other thoughts", below)
Cons: - lacks a removable motherboard tray
(I prefer the sturdy, fixed motherboard mounting, so this is actually a "Pro" for me.)
Overall Review: I added a fan control panel (Lian Li part PT-FN04) and a second hard drive cage with fan (Lian Li part EX-332N).
Pros: Simple GUI
Easy Computer Hook-up
Useful Download Ability
Stable Windshield Mount
Cons: Screen could be even a *little* bit larger
Need more options on route selection
Overall Review: I bought this unit for my wife, partly to avoid those phone calls that began, "I'm lost, can you log on to a map site and help me...?" The GUI is simple and easy enough for someone (!) who has no patience for most GUIs. I've borrowed it a few times and find it a very nice, basic GPS.
Pros: Low cost, low power requirements, good cost/performance ratio
Cons: AGP card
Overall Review: This was a nice step up from my previous 7800GS with 256MB of video RAM. And Newegg's *standard* delivery got this to me overnight! Newegg's first-rate service and support will keep me coming back.
Pros: Low co$t, rock-solid performance: 2-3-3-8 @ 400 MHz.
Cons: Older DDR (-1) technology, which does not seem so fast when compared to modern DDR2 or DDR3.
Overall Review: Filling out the RAM to 4 GB is the last upgrade for my P4 Prescott gaming box. Next job for the old box: Linux file server on my home network.
Comments: With "Coolbits" added to the Windows registry, my Leadtek 6800 GT is stable at 6800 Ultra speeds (400/1100), and beyond. That huge copper heatsink/fan sure earns its keep. Thanks once again Newegg!
Comments: I recently upgraded my socket 478 box with a P-4 3.2E CPU, which runs rock-steady at 3.84 GHz under my trusty CNPS7700-CU.
Comments: With this HSF on my socket 478 P-4 2.6C, it runs rock-steady at 3.2 GHz.
Comments: With this HSF on my 9800 Pro card, it runs rock-steady with the GPU clock at 465 MHz, up from the stock 378 MHz.
Comments: With these RAMsinks on my 9800 Pro card, it runs rock-steady with the memory clock at 395 MHz, up from the stock 338 MHz.
Comments: I added these to my Powercolor 9800 Pro video card RAM. The card now runs rock-steady at 395 MHz memory speed, up from the stock 338 MHz.