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post #2021 of 6172
I'd like to join too.



I got my monoprice monitor and it's hooked up. My first impressions ( keep in mind I'm no expert! ) :

- Looks nice and simple physically.
- Stand only tilts up or down, not a problem for me but will be for some. It's also a little wobbly, but not the worst I've seen.
- Monitor only has a few adjustments, Brightness up/down, volume up/down, and power. That's about it. It has a few buttons that literally do nothing.
- Display. Well let me start off by saying it does look better than almost every monitor I've used, however my G24 has yet to be beat by any monitor I've ever used for colors and overall brightness without LED/Color bleeding. At higher brightness I can notice LED bleeding in the corners, but generally on dark areas. When browsing I don't notice it. In the games it's easy to adjust by turning the gamma up, and the brightness down, but still some might not enjoy that. It is easy however.


Some pictures in my very dark room. Not much I can do about that ATM.

Bw6dt.jpg
r19xO.jpg
fdVvY.jpg
XElzE.jpg

Any questions?
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post #2022 of 6172
monoprice looks very similar to crossover especially because the adjusts in bottom corner are exact location and font. you needa clean that keyboard tongue.gif
post #2023 of 6172
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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

monoprice looks very similar to crossover especially because the adjusts in bottom corner are exact location and font. you needa clean that keyboard tongue.gif

Yeah I know, I am moving this desk to a different room soon so I've been waiting for that excuse to clean my desk and components.
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Now the wifes PC.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
I7 3930K @ 4.4ghz Asus Rampage IV Extreme 2011 EVGA GTX 980 Ti 6GB FTW EVGA GTX 980 Ti 6GB FTW 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
G,skill Ripjaw Z series 2400 32gb Samsung 840 Pro Seagate 3TB 7200 RPM  Western Digital mainstream 3TB  
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 840 Pro LG Bluray Burner Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 Windows 10 x64 
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Monoprice 27" 2560x1440 IPS LED Razer Black Widow Tournament Edition Corsair RM1000 CoolerMaster Storm Trooper 
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EVGA SLI Bridge 
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Rat7 Razer eXactMat 
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I7 3930K @ 4.4ghz Asus Rampage IV Extreme 2011 EVGA GTX 980 Ti 6GB FTW EVGA GTX 980 Ti 6GB FTW 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
G,skill Ripjaw Z series 2400 32gb Samsung 840 Pro Seagate 3TB 7200 RPM  Western Digital mainstream 3TB  
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 840 Pro LG Bluray Burner Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 Windows 10 x64 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Monoprice 27" 2560x1440 IPS LED Razer Black Widow Tournament Edition Corsair RM1000 CoolerMaster Storm Trooper 
Other
EVGA SLI Bridge 
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Intel I7 870 @ 3.6 ghz ASUS P7P55D-E Pro EVGA 680 GTX 4gb EVGA 680 GTX 4gb 
RAMHard DriveOptical DriveOS
G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 16GB (4x 4GB) DDR3 Samsung 830 128 GB SSD, WD 2TB 7200 RPM LG Black 10X Blu-ray Burner Windows 7 64 bit 
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post #2025 of 6172
wish I waited for the pc version, but if I did I wouldn't have this cool statue. The game was my biggest disappointment of 2012, don't get me wrong, I loved it but if it wasn't during the revolution I probably wouldn't have finished it. The amount of bugs I had on the ps3 version was INSANE.


Edited by Descadent - 1/14/13 at 4:17pm
post #2026 of 6172
Interested in joining. Funny part is ever since I went surround I have a hard time working on computers with 1-2 monitors...

post #2027 of 6172
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post #2028 of 6172
Quote:
Originally Posted by lukerobi View Post

2x Dell 30" 3008WFP @ 2560x1600 each smile.gif



Running on 2 6970s in crossfire thumb.gif

 

Welcome to the club bro. :) I am also thinking of adding a 2nd monitor sometime in the summer but I am not sure yet. Enjoy thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by ItsDanik View Post



Crossover 27Q driven by 2x GTX 670 SLI smile.gif

Nice. Sometimes I regret getting Yamakasi and wish I went with Crossover. However I have 0 issues with my Yamakasi so I am a happy person. Welcome to the club thumb.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by DimmyK View Post

Can I join? Dell U2711, new friend for AW2310.



Honestly, I was kinda expecting more from it... After all this talk about IPS vs crappy TN I was reading about... It's very nice but there is no "wow" factor I was expecting...

Welcome to the club thumb.gif

 

Well expectations vary from person to person. Sometimes when a product is too hyped, the end result can be dissapointing. However when I got my 1440p monitor I was not 100% impressed either at first. The screen was huge and took me 2-3 days getting used to. But once I got used to it, there was simply no turning back for me to TN panel nor 1080p resolution.

Quote:
Originally Posted by DoomDash View Post

I'd like to join too.



I got my monoprice monitor and it's hooked up. My first impressions ( keep in mind I'm no expert! ) :

- Looks nice and simple physically.
- Stand only tilts up or down, not a problem for me but will be for some. It's also a little wobbly, but not the worst I've seen.
- Monitor only has a few adjustments, Brightness up/down, volume up/down, and power. That's about it. It has a few buttons that literally do nothing.
- Display. Well let me start off by saying it does look better than almost every monitor I've used, however my G24 has yet to be beat by any monitor I've ever used for colors and overall brightness without LED/Color bleeding. At higher brightness I can notice LED bleeding in the corners, but generally on dark areas. When browsing I don't notice it. In the games it's easy to adjust by turning the gamma up, and the brightness down, but still some might not enjoy that. It is easy however.


Some pictures in my very dark room. Not much I can do about that ATM. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Bw6dt.jpg
r19xO.jpg
fdVvY.jpg
XElzE.jpg

 



Any questions?

Nice setup and welcome to the club thumb.gif

 

If I am not mistaken you have 1 Monoprice monitor and 3 680s right?

Quote:
Originally Posted by LastLegion View Post

Interested in joining. Funny part is ever since I went surround I have a hard time working on computers with 1-2 monitors...

Impressive setup.  thumb.gif

 

I wish I had space for 3 monitors, but best I can do is 2.

 

Enjoy your setup and welcome to the club

 

 

@ Everyone else

 

1-) I updated all of the new SS. Great work guys

 

2-) 680 is now the leading GPU in the club. It surprassed 670 which suprised me a bit.


Also the lack of 7950 or 7970 is interesting as well, considering that latest drivers seem to give an edge in higher resolution.

 

Anyway, the above statment is just an observation, not a flame war starter.

 

3-) Soon it seems Crossover will be the top owned display in the 1440p department. I can't see any more people leaning to Yamakasi as before.

 

4-) No change in 1600p department as there is still not a single Korean 1600p monitor in the club, and Dell is leading in this category.

post #2029 of 6172
Does 2048x1536 4:3 count? biggrin.gif

Love super HD gaming...don't even have to use AA!
post #2030 of 6172
Quote:
Originally Posted by AndroidVageta View Post

Does 2048x1536 4:3 count? biggrin.gif

Love super HD gaming...don't even have to use AA!

nope sorry, you need at least native 2560x1440 on a single monitor to join our cool club thumb.gif I dunno if op would let that count or not. Up to him tongue.gif
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