Just a heads up:
P2692 is now also available from Linux. I just received one on the AMD, and performance seems slightly faster than p6901.
I also received everyone's favorite on the SR-2 > P2684~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yay. Performance seems the frickin' same as on Windows.
So I recently picked up a couple of Opteron 6168 (Magny-Cours) "extra spicy" editions from another folder on my other team (37412) in hopes of being able to do a little comparo between overclocking Xeons and overclocking Opterons.
While I realize it's nigh impossible to get these Opterons...
Just trolling around the web I found the following LG 1080p TVs which I found a bit strange. These are just online "reviews" but that would be a very brief/loose description:
I started this thread for TDoran1 to put all his good info and help cheer on the process of us all "convincing" LG into bringing the L2420P to North America.
It will make it easier to reference a single thread than have a smattering of posts elsewhere with snippets of info on this potentially...
$549.00 for a 27" S-PVA panel (1920x1200) with HDMI, 2xDVI, component, display port, and VGA connectors with height adjustable stand.
Available today ONLY (April 18th) from Dell Canada Small Business.
American's may be able to get this if you set up an account with a "package forwarding"...
I'd like to take a quick sec and thank Kyle, BenQ America and the [H] for this opportunity. I had a lot of fun doing this review and it was well worth the time I spent.
I'd also like to thank all the [H]ardForum users for their insights both generally, and specifically on the V2400W review...
BenQ G2400W vs. Samsung SM2493HM
I don't normally review products, but I thought I'd take this chance to examine both these monitors against each other, as they are similar in price, panel type, and connections.
Many are looking for decent gaming 24" monitors, and these two fit the bill...