May I ask why you mostly recommend Samsung 840 Pro series? Is it that reliable?
And why 256 GB, is 120 not enough?
Should I use the drive only for Windows and "permanent" applications while moving all "user data" and "documents" directories and drives to a secondary HDD? Or could I also...
I'd like to upgrade my ageing Intel Core2duo P8600 (easily overclocked from 3.0 to 3.6 GHz :) ) to something more powerful. I was thinking about a quad-core (or more, does it make sense on W8?) My primary concern is a fast photo RAW processing.
I could stay with Intel and go with an i5...
OK, I'll consider W8, but I don't like its environment, so I'd probably fine-tune it with some additional applications :)
And regarding automatic defragmentation - I hate all these automatic processes (defragementation, cleaning, anti-virus check...), so I'm used to disable the most I can :)
I plan on getting a new hardware and installing W7 instead of XP. Should I get SSD or stay with HDD? I specifically ask because of reliability issues of SSD.
p.s.: Please recommend a model/brand.
Recently I'v bought Acer Aspire V7 15,6'' notebook with Full HD LCD IPS matte display. Looks nice, however just after a few minutes of using my eyes are sore and my head hurts.
I don''t know if it is because of the resolution, too small pixels? But I have no such problem with my...
Thanks for the answers.
Well, my question is intended more towards mid and high-range models which are available in Europe. If you speak about specific "good value" korean monitors, better post their model names. And I'd pass on glossy monitors :)
Btw, in case my NEC 2690 breaks down I...
There used to be a time when NEC 2490 with H-IPS and A-TW "no-white-glow" filter was the one (I got 2690 because 2490 wasn't sold in Europe).
What (or which) is the current most recommended all-around IPS monitor? (Eizo SX2462W, NEC PA241W... ?)
Just being curious, not that I plan...
Colour precision is not the only benefit of IPS panels. Better models also don't exhibit various brightness and contrast related faults of TN and *VA panels. But the best thing you can do is just simply to try.
And XoR is right - go for an wide-gamut model, the over-saturation of colours could...