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    Juniper SRX210H advice

    Heads up, the SRXs (insert most enterprise firewalls here) don't do UPnP. This may be A Good Thing or A Bad Thing depending on if you play multiplayer video games.
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    LG's 2016 OLED series (E6,B6,G6,C6)

    I've owned my 55C6 for a few weeks now and want to report that image retention is a non-issue. I use it solely as a PC monitor, playing games with static UI elements for 5+ hour sessions and I don't see even a hint of retention. Image retention was a fear going in to this purchase; I hope this...
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    What sites have the P8P67 Pro for sale and in stock?

    Same question here. I'd go for a Sabertooth P67 too but no luck.
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    WinDAS does allow you to increase the maximum contrast, but that isn't advised because of potential X-ray emission issues. If you use your displays in a low light environment I suggest removing the anti-glare coating. This will be a signifigant boost to the brightness of the display with a...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    I got my replacement FW900 in and it's fantastic. After adjusting the convergence via WinDAS and tuning the focus via the internal pots I think it's just about as good as a CRT can get. Accurate IT support was extremely accommodating during the replacement process. I can't recommend them enough...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    You're spot on. My oranges and yellows are muddy and switching to 1600x1200 is substantially better. I'll be exchanging it for a replacement and hope for the best. I really appreciate your input.
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    I recently purchased a FW900 that was listed as A- (bezel is a bit scuffed, but the screen is pristine) and I can't seem to get it focused. Connected via DVI-A to VGA from an 8800GT with monoprice cables w/dual ferrite cores. I've adjusted the convergence, and even used a screwdriver to manually...