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  1. So,I bought the ASUS VX229H.Looks pretty good.Was offered the cheaper Dell S2240L though.
  2. Thank you for your time and efforts.
  3. So,I think I am going to buy the ASUS VN248H-P. However,it seems that this one doesn't have DVI port.Will HDMI and D-Sub be good enough ?
  4. i mean I don't want the manufacturer to spend time and money on speakers I will NEVER use.I would rather like them creating a better product using the money and time on the speakers.
  5. Oh,and I prefer monitors with no shitty built-in speakers,might as well use better material/tech than build speakers in my opinion.Maybe I should go with my original choice...
  6. Any subtle differences between them?
  7. I am looking for a monitor under 200$.It will be used for gaming and general use like watching movies,videos on YouTube,web browsing,etc.ASUS VS Series VS247H-P.This is a pretty good monitor I have in mind.Do you have any other monitor to suggest?I won't mind upping my budget a little.
  8. Thanks guys.Your efforts were much appreciated.
  9. settings must be at ultra or equivalent,want constat fps above 60.
  10. Have no budget.Wish to play ALL games at this resolution with 60+ fps in each.Current configuration is crap,so don't bother.I just want you people to suggest me a duo that just gets the job done,don't suggest overkill cpus or gpus.
  11. Hello all. I intend to game on this 1080p monitor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4S81ZU4142Know a better monitor for 1080p gaming?Do suggest. Now,I want to use a CPU that is able to handle a GPU that is able to churn out 60+ fps on ALL games,without any hiccups or stutters.The thing is the CPU should be able to handle the data from the GPU,and just about that.I wish to spend money on the GPU and not as much on the CPU.I expect intelligent replies from the talented and helpful folk on this forum.Thanks.
  12. I mean it's weird how I didn't need to use my username and password last time when I connected the cable directly to my pc.When the ISP started having problems I couldn't use my wifi as the router didn't even broadcast its SSID.Then I connected the cable directly to my pc and it didn't work.I called them and they asked me to use my usename and password.I did it and it worked.I configured my router with PPPoE setting,username and password.Maybe they changed my line from a dynamic ip to PPPoE.
  13. Hmmm.I set up the router.Maybe the ISP changed their line.
  14. It's all fine now.I realised I have a PPPoE connection with username and password.So I set up my wifi router using the installation disc accordingly and wallah!it worked.Though one time the router wouldn't broadcast the SSID,it works now.My ISP had some problems though.Before the wifi problem I would just connect my cable and it would connect instantly,which is different from now,as I have to use a username and password.Any clues as to what my IP did.....
  15. When I first took the line from them i told them that i wanted to set up wifi.So they set up and charged me for rerouting.It al lworked until a few days ago.
  16. I mean at one time I couldn't browse the internet.So I called them and they said that the problem would be sorted.Then I found a new ip address.So yeah.And no this is not a phone line just plain internet cable.I used a router previously to set up my wifi(inserted the internet cable in the WAN port of the router).
  17. Hi. I use a broadband internet connection.I use the cable directly connected with my pc,to use the internet.However after some ''maintenance'' I need to connect with dial-up(?) using my username and password.However this is new to me.Ago I just connecte the cable direclty and browsed.No connecting with dial-up or shit.I also have problems with my wifi.I connect the cable given by my ISP to the wifi router(WAN port) and the wifi is on but no internet,sometimes the wifi doesn't even start.My router is the Tp-Link WR740N : http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/details/?model=TL-WR740N.Any one can help me in this regard?
  18. The EVGA GTX 780 Ti Hydro Copper:http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=03G-P4-2889-KR SAPPHIRE R9 295X2 8GB GDDR5 OC:http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?cid=1&gid=3&sgid=1227&pid=2293&psn=&lid=1&leg=0 My planned $1200 water loop: XSPC RayStorm High Performance Acetal CPU Liquid Cooling Block - Special Edition Copper Black Ice GTX Xtreme 480 Radiator(2 pieces) Swiftech MCP655
  19. After seeing the prices on those cases,I got a mild heart atttack.
  20. Wouldn't the Asus Sabertooth X79's VRM(MOSFET) be slightly below the radiator in height?Tae a look at this:http://koolance.com/image/cache/data/products/mb-asstx79_p2-700x700.jpg.Here,is a waterblock for the MOSFETs.Would it work with the radiator(enough space)?By the way,I would remove the top 200mm fan anyway.The thing that I want to do is keep the pull fans just below the mesh panel.Then the radiator and after that the push fans.I hope that the radiator is a little higher than the MOSFETs to allow me to use the MOSFET waterblock.So the total space required between the rad and the motherboard is 25+80mm=105mm as the pull fans are above the radiator mounting point plane but below the mesh panel.If this won't work should I get the Corsair 800D or even the 900D or any other case?
  21. This is my water loop: XSPC RayStorm High Performance Acetal CPU Liquid Cooling Block - Special Edition Copper Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta Triple 120mm Radiator - 80mm Thick Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta Dual 120mm Radiator - 80mm Thick Swiftech MCP655
  22. My actual query is that will these speakers bring out the best in the ASUS.
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