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What do you use to calibrate your monitors? I am looking for something to calibrate both my monitor and my HDTV. What software would you recommend?
21-06-2012, 01:21 AM
I currently own a Dell 24" HPVA monitor, the dell 2408WFP. It's a great monitor, but I could really use some more real estate. I'm going to purchase another professional monitor for gaming...
21-06-2012, 12:47 AM
What is the resolution on the monitor?
And what type of games? There's a big difference between wanting to play WOW, BF3, Total War games, etc.
I only use dollars, so 760 bucks (600 euros ish I...
20-06-2012, 10:17 PM
I trust maximumpc.com with my computing life, so look into them. http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/blueprints_maximum_pc_recommended_builds_-_june_2012
That's a basic rundown of a good...
20-06-2012, 10:13 PM
That will help you determine what wattage PSU to buy. A little extra never hurts. Go with PC Power and Cooling- they're the best. OCZ is...
On a more positive note, using something like gamebooster tends to eek a fair amount of juice out of older systems and clean up your ram. Free download, just google it.
Don't get a 400 series card. they are so horribly loud that you will regret the purchase. Seriously consider the 670, and if that's too much, hit up a nice 500 level card.
Also, while Duff is...
The Madcatz rat thing is supposed to be great. I don't own it, but I really want it. It's super comfortable, highly customizable, and really dependable.
They have a new version that is for MMO's,...
Your build is suspiciously close to mine. Except my GPU exploded and I got a new 470 for free. Don't bother touching your ram until you upgrade both your processor and motherboard. If you upgrade...
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