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  1. #71
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    Much better than your initial setup. Build away!

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    I like it.

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    That's a great setup. But you should change the screen to a 2ms one instead of 5ms
    | Chassi: Phantom Fulltower White Edition | Mobo: Maximus V Extreme | CPU: i7 3770k
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    Found a nice 2ms monitor & saved myself $60
    ASUS VS Series Black 23.6" 2ms LED Backlight Widescreen LCD Monitor
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824236174

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    Is it worth getting a Blu-ray drive for my build, or would it be better to just get a stand alone to hook up to my tv? I don't own any Blu-rays at the moment, but I may in the future.

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    That monitor looks great!
    If you don't use Video On Demand and want 1080p videos sure otherwise blu-ray isn't worth it. Most of the stuff is avaible online from legal sources.
    Last edited by Krindor; 10-26-2012 at 07:58 PM.
    | Chassi: Phantom Fulltower White Edition | Mobo: Maximus V Extreme | CPU: i7 3770k
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    | Monitor: LG 29EA93 | Cooling: Custom Loop

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    personaly i use a PS3 for bluray.
    you can hook it up on the network and stream music and video from a pc on the network if you want to ( i have not set up mine for that )
    but thats me.
    but a stand alone BD is way bether sound/options i think.
    hook it directly to your surround amp, and if there is streaming tru network on them i can not say since i dont have one.
    if you dont have a cd/dvd rom you can get a cheep BD rom for your pc.
    but that option is up to you.

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    Which one should I use to connect my monitor to my GPU DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI or VGA? I will also have my HDTV connected to my GPU using the HDMI port, and the GPU only has one of those.

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    Dvi for gaming.
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    | SSD: Intel 120gb 330 series (OS) | Intel 120gb 330 series (Games n stuff)
    | Monitor: LG 29EA93 | Cooling: Custom Loop

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    you have dvi - hdmi plugs if you want that too
    http://forum.videohelp.com/images/gu...mi-adapter.jpg

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