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Originally Posted by De-Zant View Post
It's not a matter of money since there are no 120hz with progressive scan displays that use the IPS technology.
http://www.engadget.com/2011/04/28/i...-inch-display/
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Technically not available yet...

Just kidding. I wasn't aware of that. Seems to be a relatively new article at only 3.5 weeks old.
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I have not bought the monitors yet if thats what you was thinking, the pictures is just to show that the 3d monitor i was going to buy has the round bit at the bottom, therefore will be thurther apart then normal square monitors.

Do you think i should still buy these monitors and have a little gap or buy some monitor that is not 3d for the same price and have them together with no gap??

Gaming96.
This is the first time ive seen this. Just give a moment will have a look around on the German sites they all got 3 monitors setups lol
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I don't think OP's rig can realistically run mininum 120 FPS in modern games. Upgrading soon?
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Technically not available yet...

Just kidding. I wasn't aware of that. Seems to be a relatively new article at only 3.5 weeks old.
lol thought your gonna say theres no statement about 120hz loool
But the game change with IPS and 3d i think. They dont need to be 120 dunno coz the way they display. But a 3.5ms response time lol But it looks like one of those Ferrari highly expensive stuff
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I have not bought the monitors yet if thats what you was thinking, the pictures is just to show that the 3d monitor i was going to buy has the round bit at the bottom, therefore will be thurther apart then normal square monitors.

Do you think i should still buy these monitors and have a little gap or buy some monitor that is not 3d for the same price and have them together with no gap??

Gaming96.
The gap will be a pain in the ass imo

If you really want 3D surround gaming you will probably need a better budget and look at something like these;

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=16166

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=15266

Otherwise, if gaming in 3D isn't overly important to you. Just get some decent Dell IPS panels
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I don't think OP's rig can realistically run mininum 120 FPS in modern games. Upgrading soon?
I already stated befor, earlyer in the thread, that i will be building a new rig in around a week or 2

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The gap will be a pain in the ass imo

If you really want 3D surround gaming you will probably need a better budget and look at something like these;

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=16166

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=15266

Otherwise, if gaming in 3D isn't overly important to you. Just get some decent Dell IPS panels
i LOVE the BenQ monitor and have wanted it since it came out :O but my budget for monitors really is around £150-£160 each :/ and the BenQ is around £210 :'( i could however buy 2 BenQ's and another later on but i would much rather buy them all together or i could take 1 kit of ram of my next rig (i am buying 2 kits of 2x2gb) and buy another kit later????
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I already stated befor, earlyer in the thread, that i will be building a new rig in around a week or 2



i LOVE the BenQ monitor and have wanted it since it came out :O but my budget for monitors really is around £150-£160 each :/ and the BenQ is around £210 :'( i could however buy 2 BenQ's and another later on but i would much rather buy them all together or i could take 1 kit of ram of my next rig (i am buying 2 kits of 2x2gb) and buy another kit later????
just buy cheaper ram. Your building a Sandy?
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just buy cheaper ram. Your building a Sandy?

another phenom II 1090t tho and selling in around 6 months ready for bulldozer keeping monitors for around 1 year - 1.5 years
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Any one zoom in? Opera full of crap
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