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  1. Always turned my crts off at the mains and never had a problem
  2. I have been using a noctua usb fan with a few of my pvms. It does an awesome job of getting the heat out of the monitor which runs totally cool.
  3. Mitsubishi rebrand - provided the tube isn’t knackered, it should look great.
  4. Few nice posts there, grey fox seeing the dc on a good quality pc crt for the first time, really is a eureka moment. It makes the dc hooked up by RGB scart, look like a dodgy composite feed lol.
  5. VGA on a crt monitor, is definitely the way to go for the dreamcast. I use these 2 - Mitsubishi diamondtron SB750 and a Sony F520
  6. This was always the go to for Germany https://www.dragonbox.de/en/accessories/monitors/sony-bvm-1454d-monitor Dont think there here has been any in stock for quite a while a Sony pvm 14L2 or a jvc 15 TM-H150cg are two good starter pro crt monitors to look out for
  7. I love project cars 3 (Xbox one x). They have patched out most of the bugs now and it looks and plays great. Being playing it for months now too. Turn off the assists though! It plays great on a pad. If if you are playing it straight, it’s a bit mean with the credits, and progression can be slow. The engine sound off that OSME Fiesta is unreal!
  8. Still abit of a janky mess on the Xbox one x, with 1.1 frame rate is still poor, textures appearing late (like the helmet on a motorbike) and I have this new bug where some vehicles won’t accelerate until you put them in reverse first! Dear oh dear.
  9. Hard to go back to TVs when you are used to monitors - the lag is very noticeable unless the tv is of course a crt!
  10. I used most of this guys settings for control on the Xbox one x last night and it was like playing a different game. Smoother, more responsive an it felt like a doubling of the frame rate!
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