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post #21 of 47
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Originally Posted by xPrestonn;14484286 
They have [apparently] lower response time, use the same panel, have very good color in my experience and the LED [for both of mine] doesn't..erm...suck. smile.gif

They don't have the same exact panel (LM215WF3), though compared to the U2211H/2311H (LM230WF2) they use the same panel type. The U2410 is H-IPS.
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post #22 of 47
the IPS226v have high contrast ration, good colors and good responsive time and its led nad have an 8 bit panel ( not 6bit + dithering ) but have a harsh coating.

the ips236v alstead is not good as 22 version, is same but have a bad responsive time and low contrast ratio, if u want an IPS by LG 23", u must buy LG E2370V the ips for game by LG.

Asus ML239H have 200:1 contrast ration ( loser monitor ).

Thel alternative is Asus PA246Q that have a better colors + less ag coating Or new Dell U2412M.
Edited by senna89 - 8/6/11 at 3:05am
post #23 of 47
AW2310 of course!

U2410 is 60 Hz and even worse 16:10 so it sucks for gaming!
post #24 of 47
16:10 is same to 16:9 if u use pc for gaming, the only disadvange of 16:10 is the external device as console o dvd recorder

u2410 is 60hz but alienware dream to night the image quality.
post #25 of 47
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Originally Posted by SeanPoe;14475095 
Really comes down to three different choices:
  1. Do you get annoyed by screen tearing and ghosting/input lag in the games you play?
  2. Do you want the best color reproduction and contrast you can get for watching movies?
  3. Do you want a balance between the two (but you will still have screen tearing)?
  1. If you chose the first one, go with the Alienware 120hz monitor.
  2. If you chose the second one, go with Dell U2410 (or another high-end IPS panel)
  3. If you chose the third one go with the Dell U2311H.

The third option is really such a nice monitor overall i wouldn't recommend the U2410 unless you're doing graphic work too.

Personally though, I'd choose the 120hz monitor over the U2311H just because i really dislike screen tearing, input lag, and i love the smoothness of running games at 120fps on a 120hz monitor (and i care more about quality game play than i do having perfect color reproduction in movies).

Hope that helps you make a decision cool.gif

idk about you but i dont get any screen tearing or input lag on my u2311h
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post #26 of 47
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Originally Posted by senna89;14484723 
16:10 is same to 16:9 if u use pc for gaming, the only disadvange of 16:10 is the external device as console o dvd recorder

You dont know what you are talking about.

For gaming there is only one good option, 16:9!

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^you refuse to acknowledge the image clarity benefit of 16:10.
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post #28 of 47
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Originally Posted by Hydros;14484865 
You dont know what you are talking about.
For gaming there is only one good option, 16:9!
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and this is a problem for u ?




24" 16:9 vs 24" 16:10
Look better
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Oh MY GOD ! Terrible ? ahahahah
Edited by senna89 - 8/6/11 at 5:14am
post #29 of 47
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Originally Posted by senna89;14485029 
bull...

what has that to do with it?

As relevant as this.

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16:9 >> 16:10
post #30 of 47
LOL
small 16:10 vs big 16:9 ?
in this situation the bigger is the 24", alienware is 23"


Alienware AW2310 = (W x D x H) 545 mm x 200 mm x 465 mm
Dell U2412M = (W x D x H): 556,0 mm (21,89") x 180,3 mm (7,10") x 513,5 mm (20,22")

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Edited by senna89 - 8/6/11 at 7:03am
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