Joined on 11/30/01
Pros: It's a great bang for the buck. I hate monitor joysticks, but the Asus joystick actually much better than the LG one. This is one of the few monitor joysticks that works well. I often hate them
Cons: The bezels are somewhat thick. Also, the monitor joystick is in a weird spot, but you get used to the location
Overall Review: I got this as a second monitor. Many people complain about the stand, but it feels decent enough. Still, I removed the stand and the screws the stand used work as VESA mounting screws. No problems putting it on a monitor mount. So, for the price to get a monitor with a better stand, you can buy this monitor and use a much better third-party monitor mount. At first, I thought the monitor wasn't as bright as the main monitor, but I found out that the brightness on the Asus was at 80%. Once I turned it up to 100%, the monitor looks fantastic! Also, this monitor seemed to cause an AMD ULPS bug. If you get DisplayLink issues when the monitor is off and you have another monitor on, search the Registry for EnableULPS and set that to 0.
Solid, stable, and no signs of sagging
Pros: (Owned for around 2 weeks) Around 250W, which adds another pro vs the Geforce It's been stable. I upgraded from a Radeon 5700 XT mostly because the card sags and occasionally the screen would black out. This card has been the opposite. It's been rock solid so far
Cons: It's large. I have a full ATX case and I had some trouble getting it in
Overall Review: It's been solid and stable. I didn't feel a huge performance boost upgrading from a 5700 XT in general, until I streamed, and the 6750 XT handles this better. I bet the extra VRAM and RAM performance helps with this If you can catch the right deal, paying the extra for the 6750 XT over the 6700 XT is worth it, but price compare if you want to get the most bang for the buck. In my case, the extra money didn't subtract from another component, so it was worth it.