The only LCD monitor I've seen to burn an image into the screen5/20/2017 5:13:53 PM

Pros: Cheap, reasonable price.

Cons: I bought two, for a dual head setup. One lasted less than two years before burning out, starting with dead pixels in the corner that spread to the rest of the screen. Both somehow burn images into the screen if left on a static image for too long. Not sure how that's possible with LCDs, but suffice it to say, I'm never buying from Acer again.

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Ownership: more than 1 year
worked for a year, then shorted5/17/2011 9:05:49 PM

Pros: Worked great for a year. Ran reliably, never had a problem until the very end.

Cons: Completely shorted and fried my processor along with it. Just one day...didn't start up. Big white visible burn marks when removed from case. looks like it started with an electrolytic cap on the top blowing.

Overall Review: wish i could definitively say it was cause of cheap product...but i ordered Asus because i've got a similar board running for years now and no issues, despite the computer being roughly treated...maybe just a bad unit?

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Great for a year, then poof4/10/2010 11:01:11 PM

Pros: worked alright for about a year

Cons: After around 13 months, the computer started freezing about once a day. Not BSOD, just complete freeze, screen, sound (does that skipy, endless loop thing), even mouse and keyboard lost power (lights shut off on both). I first assumed it was malware, began running security checks, nothing panned out. Freezing grew more often and i began to assume overheating. cleaned out the inside completely, using the compressed air to clear all dust and make it look almost new again...and it still didn't help. finally, during a restart cycle it just started beeping loudly. Looked up the sound code in the manual, which suggested the video card had died. I went to the local tech outlet, bought a cheapie card and put that in...only to have the comp still freeze. I restarted and the new video card died then too (mobo started beeping again). I tested both cared in my backup system and...they're dead. Hoping that it didn't fry my HDs too :(

Overall Review: not buying Gigabyte again...sorry but a year is really pushing the acceptable limit of "planned obsolescence."

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