- Feb 20, 2019
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|System Name||Bragging Rights|
|Processor||Atom Z3735F 1.33GHz|
|Motherboard||It has no markings but it's green|
|Cooling||No, it's a 2.2W processor|
|Video Card(s)||Gen7 Intel HD (4EU @ 311MHz)|
|Storage||32GB eMMC and 128GB Sandisk Extreme U3|
|Display(s)||10" IPS 1280x800 60Hz|
|Audio Device(s)||Apparently, yes|
|Power Supply||Samsung 18W 5V fast-charger|
|Mouse||MX Anywhere 2|
|Keyboard||Logitech MX Keys (not Cherry MX at all)|
|VR HMD||Samsung Oddyssey, not that I'd plug it into this though....|
|Software||W10 21H1, barely|
|Benchmark Scores||I once clocked a Celeron-300A to 564MHz on an Abit BE6 and it scored over 9000.|
Techpowerup doesn't do display reviews. RTINGs website and HardwareUnboxed on Youtube are the two I tend to use as they are fairly thorough in their testing and test monitors regularly.Umm... You have made a valid point. Any monitors you'd recommend at up to £300? Must be 27" and 1440p.
I've found 2 that are ticking all my boxes.
Would like your opinions please.
I also realise I'm all over the place, ADHD does that to you. I have trouble staying on one subject for more than half a minute, lol.
The Dell S2721DGF is a 27 inch, 1440p monitor gaming monitor with a fast refresh rate and great gaming features. The IPS panel delivers wide viewing angles, and ...
The Samsung Odyssey G5 C27G55T is a budget-friendly 1440p gaming monitor. It sits below the Samsung Odyssey G7 C32G75T in Samsung's 2020 lineup, and it's since b...
I'm using a Dell S3220DGF and it's great. The Odyssey G7 is one of the best (fastest) you can buy but has several flaws, the G5 appears to inheriting all the flaws of the G7 and also suffers with a smeary panel, making it one to avoid for me.
If you don't game in the dark, the Dell is a no-brainer. They've always made decent monitors even if their laptops and PCs are pretty bad. However, if you have the time, go and watch the monitor roundups, guides, and reviews on HardwareUnboxed: