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Poll Results: Which monitor is better for gaming?

 
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    Asus VS248H
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    Asus VE278Q
22 Total Votes  
post #11 of 17
VE278Q is a 27" at the same resolution !
more aliasing in games and 0.311 dot pitch is giant !
post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by senna89;14484218 
VE278Q is a 27" at the same resolution !
more aliasing in games and 0.311 dot pitch is giant !

What do you mean by "more aliasing in games and 0.311 dot pitch is giant"?

Do you mean it's better to choose a 24 than a 27" at the same resolution?

That's my major concern: giant pitch. But it seems that's VE278Q owners doesn't have any issues with text sharpness or image quality...

Any feedback would be great smile.gif
post #13 of 17
in game there's more aliasing and the text is more fuzzy.
post #14 of 17
That was i'm thinking. But many 27 users seems happy with this size. I calculated, on 27" we got 11.11% less pixel per inch, which is a quite important number IMO.

So, you think it's better to go with a 24" 120hz?

Thanks for your feedback.
post #15 of 17
Like senna89 stated I noticed more aliasing in games and the text is more pixelated. If you do decide to go with VE278Q set the "Trace Free" to 40 to reduce the ghosting. Here's a review. http://www.digitalversus.com/asus-ve278q-p357_10137_150.html

I've had my VE278Q for 3-4 months now and I'm happy with it. Only thing I really don't like is the aliasing in games. Didn't notice that on my 22" LG. The stand could be more sturdy because it does move around too easy. If I bump into my desk it shakes the monitor.
    
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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by stimr2;15021053 
Like senna89 stated I noticed more aliasing in games and the text is more pixelated. If you do decide to go with VE278Q set the "Trace Free" to 40 to reduce the ghosting. Here's a review. http://www.digitalversus.com/asus-ve278q-p357_10137_150.html

I've had my VE278Q for 3-4 months now and I'm happy with it. Only thing I really don't like is the aliasing in games. Didn't notice that on my 22" LG. The stand could be more sturdy because it does move around too easy. If I bump into my desk it shakes the monitor.

there's some user that notice it.
big dot pitch = more aliasing.
post #17 of 17
Thanks all for your reply. I will see this afternoon both 24 and 27 to make a choice. I will check the aliasing issue with big pitch.
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