I have been full time remote for a year now, working at home 100% of the time. Now that I'm fully vaccinated, I want to start traveling and working remote at the same time. I am a software engineer and right now my setup is a nice standing desk (uplift) with 2x 27" 1440p 144hz...
I have the 100 minutes/unlimited text/unlimited data (5gb 4g) $30/month t-mobile plan and i couldn't be happier. I live in a major city so I don't really have any signal issues. It really depends where you live. Coverage maps are important.
The biggest thing you can do to reduce eyestrain is to decrease the brightness of your monitor. I keep the brightness between 10-25%, depending on the monitor. It really doesn't matter what kind of monitor you have, this is the most important factor.
Have you ever used an MX revolution?
From my experience, most people who've used the MX revolution tend to hate (ir not like as much) the performance MX and consider it a downgrade. I am one of those people. Of the people i know who have never used an MX revolution and got the performance MX...
I have a pair of those along with 2 of http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10232&cs_id=1023216&p_id=5905&seq=1&format=2 and it works perfectly. I play back 1080p movies to my projector from my computer.
have you thought about using a closed loop water cooling system like the corsair h60? Its small, quiet, wont block your heatsinks, and its $65. Only provision is that there needs to be a 120mm fan exhaust near your CPU for the radiator...
2500k has been ~$200 +- $10 at certain sites for the past couple weeks now. For instance, its $205 on amazon right now.
I currently have a dual monitor setup (2x 22" 1680x1050) with a radeon 6950. I plan on upgrading to Ivy bridge and z77 when they come out.
I was wondering if it was possible to connect both monitors to either the motherboard or the graphics card digitally and have virtu control both of them...
I believe the SR-3 is now called the SR-X. The specs are on EVGA's website.
and the product page in the EVGA store