Joined on 08/05/16
Doing well so far
Pros: Running a Ryzen 5 2600 at stock speed for now and an RX570 OCed. Getting one of the nicest air coolers on the market and some kryonaut, planning to OC the 2600 to 4.2ghz or higher. Plenty of power. Running cool. Max temp with stock cooler on CPU is 74c GPU doesn't get any hotter than 60c.
Cons: Kind of short cables for my case and motherboard, but I made it work.
Overall Review: Yeah i'd highly recommend for a mid-range build.
fantastic for the price
Pros: beautiful picture, smooth refresh rate, scales up to 1440p just fine with my GTX1660S Dynamic Super Resolution. No flaws at all on a refurbished monitor
Cons: have to max out the brightness when the room isn't dim.
Overall Review: Great monitor for the price for most people's general needs and an especially great monitor for a gamer on a budget.
Very fast card, overclocks well. Wish it was more compatible with freesync.
Pros: 1440p ultra settings in fallout 4, and in GTAV and Civ 6, all consistently over 75fps on average. CSGO on ultra high quality with 200+ FPS. Very quiet, even at max speed is drowned out by games. Never gets hotter then 63c. Low power draw, 125w.
Cons: Screen tearing can be an issue if you don't have a very expensive G-sync monitor. I almost feel like you're better off with a cheaper monitor and getting a more expensive Radeon card. I managed to fix this for the most part using low latency mode and fast sync within the GPU settings, as my monitor has mixed results with G-sync in compatibility mode. This has resulted in occasional frame rate dips when there's suddenly a large demand put on it. If you don't mind screen tearing at all, you're looking at 100+ FPS in those games.
Overall Review: I would recommend this if you have a G-sync capable monitor. Or if you're in need of a gpu that doesn't draw a lot of power or make much noise. If the former doesn't apply, you may be happier with a higher level AMD card on a freesync monitor.
Pros: Big. High resolution. Higher refresh rate.
Cons: Not 144hz.
Overall Review: Great value. AMD freesync compatible. It's huge for me, positioned right in front of me. It's really something to play my games in 2k, and to be able to use high fields of view effectively. I like the interface. I only wish I could adjust its height.
Great for what they are
Pros: Solid Construction, very simple installation. They are sturdy enough for the price point. Good Value. They look slick, like they cost more than they did.
Cons: I wish there was a little more variance in the height. But I am overall very pleased given the price.
Overall Review: I have my monitor on one of them, and I'm using the other one to elevate my desktop off the ground slightly to give it better airflow and help cut down on lint and dust buildup, it was sitting on carpet before. I wanted to raise my monitor because I got a new chair and I needed more space for my midi controller and keyboard for when I'm playing music. I would recommend this product to anyone who needs some extra desk space, to elevate a monitor, or to elevate anything that you might want to elevate, this is a good product for the price.
Took over 3 weeks to arrive.
Using it with a DeepCool 400V2. My Ryzen 5 3600's average idle temp is 35c, and never gets above 65c under load. Precision Boost Overdrive is on, everything is running very cool and quiet. They said that there's no cure time, but my idle Temps were the same as with the factory cooler for a week.