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Home Theater / Re: TBG's 4K TV Buyer's Guide
« Last post by Ari Altman on June 13, 2019, 10:13:05 PM »
I ended up going with the Vizio-P. :)

That's also a great choice. The image quality is excellent.
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I know this is an old thread I'm adding on to - but in my opinion I don't think the Core 500 can be bettered by the other two cases in terms of low noise, low temps and loading with goodies. My own build has the huge Noctua D15S cooling an delidded & overclocked i7-8700K along with an overclocked 1080ti blower GPU as well as 2xSSD's , an Optane 32GB accelerated 3TB Seagate Barracuda HDD and a Blu-Ray Writer - https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/b/PbCbt6
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Home Theater / Re: TBG's 4K TV Buyer's Guide
« Last post by TekHed on June 13, 2019, 04:55:17 PM »
I ended up going with the Vizio-P. :)
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FYI, you might be interested in reading my review of Samsung's 2019 Q80R 65" 4K TV.
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Home Theater / Re: TBG's 4K TV Buyer's Guide
« Last post by Ari Altman on June 13, 2019, 03:04:56 PM »
I suppose I could always get a new LG OLED and then just replace it again when the inevitable burn in occurs,  as the 2 year warranty will reset, though it won't solve the near black pixelation problem.

FYI, you might be interested in reading my review of Samsung's 2019 Q80R 65" 4K TV.
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Home Theater / TBG's Review of the Samsung Q80R 65" (2019) 4K TV
« Last post by Ari Altman on June 13, 2019, 02:17:24 PM »
Questions or comments regarding TBG's Review of the Samsung Q80R 65" (2019) 4K TV? Post them here!
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The Budget Gaming PC Build / Re: The TBG $750 Budget Gaming PC Build
« Last post by Ari Altman on June 11, 2019, 11:08:07 PM »
I hope this is the right thread to post suggestions. I was not sure whether I was supposed to start a new thread.

In the optional components you suggest mice as well. Can you please give your suggestion to a mice that will work for left-handers as well? (or amidextrous). Even a basic, low-cost Microsoft mouse is ambidextrous and will work for a left-hander.

Welcome back, front243. No problem posting this question here.

The best I can do is suggest an ambidextrous mouse, as I don't know of any left-hand-specific mice. I would go with either the Logitech G203 Prodigy Wired, or if you have the budget for it, the Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless. I personally feel it's worth paying more for. Not only is it wireless, but it also has a sensor that's twice as sensitive. They use the same exterior design, with one drawback being the left-mounted forward/back buttons. If you want something that is 100% ambidextrouys, with identical buttons for left and right hand use, you should go for the Logitech G300s.
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The Budget Gaming PC Build / Re: The TBG $750 Budget Gaming PC Build
« Last post by front243 on June 11, 2019, 10:44:39 PM »
I hope this is the right thread to post suggestions. I was not sure whether I was supposed to start a new thread.

In the optional components you suggest mice as well. Can you please give your suggestion to a mice that will work for left-handers as well? (or amidextrous). Even a basic, low-cost Microsoft mouse is ambidextrous and will work for a left-hander.
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I actually hadn't followed this one, as it wasn't shown at a major show, but it does look interesting. PCMag has a good overview.

Supposedly coming in at $1300 in September, but with no updates in a few months, including skipping two major shows, it's definitely delayed.

My personal opinion is that the size isn't right. Too big for a desk, too small for a media room. I'd like to see this at 32".
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Hey Ari,

Have you heard anything about Acer's CG437K P?  I saw a bunch of articles back in April when I presume it was previewed for the first time, but nothing since.

I was wondering what your opinion of the monitor is.  Particularly, do you think it's anywhere close to a commercial release?  Do you think it would be a serviceable living room TV replacement when connected to something like the $2500 ITX build?

Best,
Ben
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