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post #21 of 39
Your setup looks neat.

That's a nice monitor though. I hope ya enjoy it.
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post #22 of 39
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I say a lot because I'm using a 120hz monitor now where it's virtually non-existent. My view is a bit skewed.
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It's here!
Probably a dumb question, but how do you like it?
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It's here!

NICE! what is that next to it? rofl looks like a 20" but in your sig rig it shows 24... How was your performance hit?
 
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post #25 of 39
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The one to the right is a Dell U2410!

The performance hit wasnt that bad as I would have expected. Playing BC2 with everything on max and 4x AA with a decent 70 fps.

CSS with everything max and 16x AA is 220 fps.
Left 4 Dead 2 with everything max and 4x AA is a decent 80 fps.
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post #26 of 39
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The one to the right is a Dell U2410!

The performance hit wasnt that bad as I would have expected. Playing BC2 with everything on max and 4x AA with a decent 70 fps.

CSS with everything max and 16x AA is 220 fps.
Left 4 Dead 2 with everything max and 4x AA is a decent 80 fps.
Good to know, lol that monitor makes a 24" look at this 19" im staring at right now at work.
 
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post #27 of 39
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there needs to be more 2560x1600 fast gaming LCDs
i agree. it's very hard for a gamer to justify a $1,000 monitor with NO handicap advantage for gaming.

and when it's all set and done the total [graphics card etc] upgrade is $2,000 with hardly any handicap gain.


with the advancement of graphics cards and other components a "true" gaming monitor today should have specs like 120Hz, 0-3ms response time, lower than average input lag, LED, 3d ready etc....

but i'm just saying a $1,000 cpu is better than a $200 one in every way. well.. maybe not heat and cost. but i'd be damned to pay for a $1,000 cpu and be handicapped in some way when it comes to performance...

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i can totally understand a CAD/Photoshop/web user justifying the extra real estate. input lag, response times (and to some extend refresh rate?) are NON factors for such users.


hopefully hp enters the 27" 2560×1440 market and changes things. coz 16:9 is more of the gaming/movie aspect ratio.

but right now for gaming, specs don't look too impressive for 30" 16:10 monitors.

i was looking at youtubes of phones and 10" tablets with 2560x1600 resolutions that are supposed to be coming in a few months. tablet and phone displays seem to be advancing faster than desktop displays.


    
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post #28 of 39
16:9 is not better for gaming. It has a FOV advantage, yes, but at the loss of image clarity at the same resolution tier, so 16:10 preferred here.
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post #29 of 39
Congrats, I'm definitely jelly because there's no way I could drop that kind of money on a monitor. At least not with my current salary
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post #30 of 39
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I say a lot because I'm using a 120hz monitor now where it's virtually non-existent. My view is a bit skewed.
Great exaggeration non the less
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