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NEC PA271W Professional LCD Monitor Review - PCstats.com NEC PA271W Professional LCD Monitor Review
Sun, October 24 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
For all but the most budget conscious buyers, piecing together a home brewed rig often entails forking over a premium for certain components, depending on what you're trying to accomplish. If you're a gamer, you probably bought a high-end graphics card (or at least that's what you should have done). Do you spend more time ripping videos than fragging your friends? Then chances are you allocated a bigger percentage of your budget to your CPU than on other parts. But for professional designers, graphic gurus, and anyone else who relies on pinpoint color accuracy, it's the monitor that matters most. That sub-$200 TN panel you spotted in the clearance bin at Walmart just isn't going to have the moxie to handle color matching chores for that mission critical photo project you're working on. This is where NEC's MultiSync PA271W LCD monitor comes into play. Armed with a 10-bit P-IPS panel, internal 14-bit programmable 3D lookup tables (LUTs), and a generous 2560x1440 pixel resolution, the PA271W is truly a professional grade tool for those instances where a typical TN panel just won't cut it...
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Lian-Li Silent Force 650W PSU Review  - PCstats.com Lian-Li Silent Force 650W PSU Review
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"Lian Li are a name commonly associated with luxurious, high-end cases, often with excellent watercooling and modding capabilities. Today we'll be looking at something completely different from the Taiwanese company, in the form of a PSU. This is a new direction for Lian Li - will they be able to carry over their reputation for producing extremely high quality products? Today I'll be taking a look at the Silent Force 650W unit, designed to power your PC quietly and efficiently."
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