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ViewSonic Brings Value to 24" Gaming

We have been using a 144Hz Viewsonic XG2401 and two 75Hz VX2457MHD monitors for about six months now. We started with all three monitors in a triple monitor configuration, rocking a massive 5760x1080 resolution which turned out to be epic for productivity and perhaps not as awesome for games due to the fisheye effect of the way many games are coded.


Reviewed: ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q monitor

Landing on my desk a few weeks ago was an ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q monitor for me to put through its paces. It's been out a little while now, and I've been weighing up a monitor upgrade for some time, so I was keen to see what this multi award winner could do. Could I justify it as a personal upgrade, given its hefty price tag of around 1000 Australian (as weak as they are) dollars?


Reviewed: MSI R9 380 Gaming 4G

titleSo AMD has released Fury and Fury X to compete at the high end of the know, the place where most of us will never drop the cash. Thankfully, they have also refreshed the more attainable R9 380 and 390 cards as well for quality gaming without the high price tag. Let's see what you can get from team Red for a smidge under $350.

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