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Time for a new PC after many years of the old one which is laggy and well worn from 7 yrs of 24/7 use(only turned off occasionally in all that time).
Looking at getting back into some gaming via Steam and the build can reflect that as I only use the PC for normal home chores otherwise. AMD or Intel, being situated in my listening room it would be nice to have it as silent as I can get it.
Young friends have come up with an initial build and I was going to throw it out here to see if anyone had suggestions or advice(damning or otherwise o.O ).
$1400 was the starting point but might be able to go higher if I can get it through as a tax write off , 2k tops.
What do you think?
Item: BenQ XL2411
Location: Balwyn, Vic
Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: NLR
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal
Comes with DVI and power cable incl.
Have box and can ship at buyers expense.
Hi everyone, I have for sale an Astro A50 wireless gaming headset. www.astrogaming.com/a50
It is multi-platform for PC & all consoles & features Dolby Digital 7.1. The headset is used, but it is in virtually new condition & everything works flawlessly.
The reason I am selling is because I have recently changed my personal setup to a wired amplifier with a pair of open-backed Sennheisers. Due to this I have no further use for the Astros, even though they are an exceptional headset.
These typically sell brand new for $350 & up, so I will be asking $250 or nearest offer & I am willing to post for free within Aus. Cheers guys.
Item: Logitech G27 Gaming steering wheel & Next Level Racing wheel stand
Location: Melbourne Eastern Suburbs
Price: $400 ono
Item Condition: As new
Reason for selling: surplus to needs. Deserves a loving home.
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only. Way too heavy and awkward to post.
Extra Info: This is a great set up for those wanting a compact and portable driving simulator set up. Can be folded up and stored away within seconds. Extremely stable stand and adjustable for height, pedal reach and angle. Includes USB extension cable and extensive cable management to allow quick pack away/set up without risking damage to cabling. Wheel and pedals stay on stand when folded away.
Pictures: stock photo only at this stage but set up is in as new condition.
based on the above links the replacement cost would be $550 plus any freight etc.
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I was looking at upgrading my old 32" Samsung LCD and was after some advice and this seems like an excellent place to get some.
I narrowed it down to the LED range and most likely around the 40" – 42" size. I could push it to 55" but I tend to sit relatively close to the TV so that's probably too big for my lounge. I am however happy to hear advice in the 50"+ range too.
The Sony W800A and Samsung F6400 seem good. JB have the F6700 which confused me a bit as it looks like the F7100 series which only come in 46" and above from what I saw on their site. So I assume it's the F6400 with a different case.
The Sony apparently has really good input lag (or lack thereof). While I'd mainly be using it for gaming, I'm after something that also has great image quality, colors and good contrast. 3D and internet is really not important.
What would you guys suggest? Any models you have that you've been happy with?
Lowest input lag which is great for gaming. 2" bigger than the Samsung counterpart. Good color reproduction. Downside is that I noticed some flicker on some scenes that the Samsung didn't have.
These seem like the same panel to me but the 6700 is apparently a JB exclusive and looks like the 6400 internals on a 7100 case. Colors were nice. Higher input lag than Samsung.
Nice colors and decent TV but apparently has some contrast issues and input lag problems.
Also came across this which I'm dubious of but found interesting: