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samsung p2370 <3 a never seen a bit of ghosting
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Thanks all!
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Also this might be a deal breaker: estimated shipping time for the U2311H via Dell is 7-10 days.

Here's the ML239H review from TFTCentral, which does compare it to the U2311H

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/asus_ml239h.htm
Ouch... I won't be buying immediately so that's all right. I could plan ahead, if I choose to go with that one.
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Placebo if both are 60Hz monitors. Science laughs at you.

You, my friend, are apparently not a gamer. No reasonable competitive gamer would be caught using anything more than a 5ms monitor.
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the LG in my sig
the only bad thing is the slow start up time when u turn it on
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You, my friend, are apparently not a gamer. No reasonable competitive gamer would be caught using anything more than a 5ms monitor.
Have you been in the paper for your competitive gaming? Didn't think so.

Science laughs at you.
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Thanks, ya'll... the advice is much appreciated
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You want a monitor for gaming, but you don't care about the refresh rate or the response time. That's like saying you want a sports car, but you don't care about the engine. MS and refresh rate are everything for gaming .
Edited by Audio - 7/19/11 at 10:57pm
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Thanks for the input everyone,
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You want a monitor for gaming, but you don't care about the refresh rate or the ms. That's like saying you want a sports car, but you don't care about the engine. MS and refresh rate are everything for gaming .
Not so. I've owned a 27" IPS 1440p LED backlit glossy 60Hz display w/ a 12ms response time. I loved it, and will miss moving to a cheaper monitor. So, I didn't have a problem w/ a 12ms response time then, so anything less than or equal to will be fine now.

I'm more interested in colour quality, how the display looks overall, etc., for an immersive gaming experience, rather than refresh rate or ms. (Although, I'm totally uninterested in 120Hz and will be moving back to a monitor this size when I can).
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Thanks for the input everyone,

Not so. I've owned a 27" IPS 1440p LED backlit glossy 60Hz display w/ a 12ms response time. I loved it, and will miss moving to a cheaper monitor. So, I didn't have a problem w/ a 12ms response time then, so anything less than or equal to will be fine now.

I'm more interested in colour quality, how the display looks overall, etc., for an immersive gaming experience, rather than refresh rate or ms. (Although, I'm totally uninterested in 120Hz and will be moving back to a monitor this size when I can).
You probalby just don't notice the details
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