Newegg.com - A great place to buy computers, computer parts, electronics, software, accessories, and DVDs online. With great prices, fast shipping, and top-rated customer service - once you know, you Newegg.
If you are reading this message, Please click this link to reload this page.(Do not use your browser's "Refresh" button). Please email us if you're running the latest version of your browser and you still see this message.
Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: USB 3.0, can also charge devices with monitor off.
Excellent brightness, contrast, and adjustment options (RGB and CYM saturation and hue adjustments)
PIP works great; i can watch tv while babysitting a render
The stand is great.
Cons: The speakers sound worse than those on my ancient Inspiron 5150 from 2003; seriously, earbuds cranked up and plugged in are louder and have more bass. I only tried them to see how they sound; i use Behringer truth studio monitors or Sennheiser HD-25-II's.
The manual explains basically nothing. Its a monitor though; easy to figure out.
Other Thoughts: The stand was surprisingly well built; i was going to go with the off-brand korean WQHD displays, but didnt want dead pixels or other issues, USB 3.0 and other display inputs were also a plus. This came in absolutely perfect, the stand allows rotation at the base, height adjustment with one finger, and screen horizontal/vertical modes quite easily.
It was also near spot-on calibrated from the factory in sRGB; i had it close as it gets in minutes.
I will be picking a few more of these up for work; the first replaced a pair of LG 19" 1440x900 monitors i had since 2007; a very nice upgrade.
This is my 3rd IPS LED backlit device; the others are 1280x800 7" field monitors for work. All three of them display almost exactly the same gamut and have similar output, which is phenomenal that i can finally get the same image from cam monitoring, to editing, to output.
This review is from: areca ARC-1222 PCIe x8 SATA / SAS RAID Card
Pros: using laptop HDD's (samsung MP4's) for an 8 disk (7 active + 1 hot spare) yields very good results (around 500MB/sec reads and 450MB/sec writes).
Really woke up CS5 vs my old RAID 0 setup (4x 80 GB Fujitsu 2.5" 7200RPM 8MB cache on the ICH10R which was hitting 240 MB/sec read/180MB/sec write (Fujitsu's are from maybe 2006).
Cons: a bit pricey; cables seem a bit, um, cheap. i ended up covering them with automotive wire looming.
Other Thoughts: wouldn't hesitate to buy another.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: does exactly what any other (non OC) GTX 460 will do. I use it for CUDA/MPE in CS5 (i dont play video games) but i did need a single slot so i could fit other cards in my motherboard.
Cons: LOUD; fan will regularly hit 4,000 RPM's which is annoying. measure your case; it is longer than most. Fit just fine in both of mine (gateway mid tower and HAF 932). Also a bit pricey. Dont touch it after heavy use; the cover is metal and part of the heat sink.
Other Thoughts: wish it was cheaper.READ FULL REVIEW