Joined on 11/23/15
Simple and cheap.
Pros: -TV price (179) -Good Image -Looks great on esthetic -Stand easy to build
Cons: -I use it as my main display an i'm not able to plug it with HDMI cable because I get a weird zoom different than my 2 other display. NVIDIA Gforces control panel was not able to give me an appropriate resolution. -Need to figure it out by my self how to plug and get an optimal image. (Discover the image is better when I plug it to the on board VGA and change the resolution in 1600x900 with Intel HD Graphics control panel)
Overall Review: I would not recommend this tv for gaming but i'm not a gamer so i'm satisfied of my buying.
Avoid at any cost.
Pros: -I paid a good price for.
Cons: -The AIO worked out of the box but after few times my computer started to freeze randomly. In first I thought it was software related so I did remove few one. PC been working fine after this but this morning the nightmare started. My computer was able to boot on but after few minutes it was getting frozen. I decided to troubleshoot the issue and while opening the PC I was able to notice heat around the CPU. I did reboot my computer and check for the CPU core temperatures. All the cores was running between 90 and 99 degree. While removing the AIO heatsink I did notice that the thermal past was completely cooked. Than I installed the stock CPU cooler and check back. The temperatures for each cores was under 40 degree. I did a test while the AIO was still pugged in and I was able to heat the heatsink pad with my hand. Now I have to deal with MSI RMA and we are in holyday so slow service. I also expect to have problem with the RMA process as it was saying that this is the wrong serial number on their site but I did verify on the box and the hardware and its the right one so I sent the RMA request with finger crossed that it will work.
Overall Review: -I would not recommend this product at all. -I have been satisfied by MSI motherboard in the past but the quality for AIO is horrible. -I had a refurbish Corsair AIO for more than 5 years in a computer running 24/7 without any issue. -If given the choice again, I would stay with corsair and avoid MSI at any cost.