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HP's ZR24w: oh sRGB, let's never fight again
A couple of years ago, I set out to find a 24" display with a non-TN panel, great image quality, and a reasonable price tag....
HP's LP2475w monitor: IPS at a bargain price
Those who follow my blog may have some idea of the trouble I've encountered trying to replace my aging (and dimming) 20.1" Viewsonic VX2025wm with...
The great 8-bit monitor conundrum
I have a pair of 20" 1600x1200 LCDs on my desk, and I really like this arrangement. Both are Dell displays, and the older one...
Dell's UltraSharp 2408WFP: A tale of woe
The story begins one lovely spring day, with me deciding to invest in a bigger display to freshen up my aging ViewSonic vx2025wm and LG...
Big monitors, big problems
As many of you know, I have professed my affection for the Dell 3007WFP we have here in Damage Labs on multiple occasions. I think...
Talkin' CES on the OCF Podcast
I've made an appearance on the latest episode of the OCF Podcast. This time, we talk at some length about the developments in PC...
|Cooler Master's MasterCase Pro 6 reviewed||8|
|Aorus AC300W case offers fancy front panel connectivity||5|
|Lenovo's Towers and Y25f monitor join its Legion||3|
|HTC Vive price permanently drops to $599||7|
|Acer Nitro 5 Spin boards the eighth-gen Core train||3|
|Eighth-gen Core desktop CPUs pack six cores and need new mobos||37|
|Intel kicks off eighth-gen Core with four cores and eight threads in 15W||61|
|Asus Vivobook Pro N580VD-DB74T can do offices and kids' parties||15|
|AMD's Ryzen Threadripper 1920X and Ryzen Threadripper 1950X CPUs reviewed||116|
|Somewhere in a dark office in the US where almost everyone has left for the weekend sits a tall man in his cubicle, glaring at his computer monitor in...||+19|