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lol



It was the only modular PS(other than $hit Raidmax) they had at Frys when I bought it the other day. I actually replaced a Corsair that had coil whine like a jet engine. So ill cross my fingers:p

that's why I pick enermax. As there is no coil whine. I sell them to clients, and I also use them myself. Antec doesn't have coil whine, but ever since they caught on fire and refuse to do anything to fix it, I stop selling them to clients
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I notice you're selling the Dell 4k. Why?

Having a baby and my wife has told me my office is now the babys room. lol. Im actually selling a bit of stuff even my pc.
post #53 of 57
too bad you are all the way in australia. If you are here in north america, shipping would be much cheaper. Having said that, the electric plug wouldn't work in north america, won't it?
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Im not sure about the plug but other monitors in the past have come with the euro, us, and Australia. Ive packed it all up and cant remember if it has a power brick.
post #55 of 57
it shouldn't have a transformer
post #56 of 57
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Originally Posted by phill1978 View Post

its amazing to think this thing at 32" TV size has the same PPI as a 16" laptop @ 1080p bigeyedsmiley.png .. and yet for many at 14-15" 1080p is very crisp and close too being too small.

I had one of the first 16.0" 1080p laptops and it did feel too tiny. That's 137+ ppi at laptop viewing distance and 100% scaling is TINY.

Even a 27" 1440p 108+ PPI is a bit smallish at normal distances.

IMO, 4K should be for 30"+ and Windows should get better scaling options.
post #57 of 57
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Originally Posted by Doomtomb View Post

I had one of the first 16.0" 1080p laptops and it did feel too tiny. That's 137+ ppi at laptop viewing distance and 100% scaling is TINY.

Even a 27" 1440p 108+ PPI is a bit smallish at normal distances.

IMO, 4K should be for 30"+ and Windows should get better scaling options.

It really depends on the person.

My laptop runs a 13.3" 1080p IPS panel, and I love it with default DPI settings (no scaling). Any 4K panel over 25" would be great for me.
    
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