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60hz TN to 120hz 2233RZ Samsung worth ?

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hey guys right now im using 60hz TN samsung T220P
i want a gaming monitor
the best monitor with the decent price(for me) i found in my country its the
Samsung 2233rz for something like 350$

i also wanted the e-ips U2311H dell but its 60hz !

is it worth the upgrade ? will i notice better gaming(games will run better) ? my games will run faster?smoother?

what do you think?i cant find something better then 2233rz for my budget?
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post #2 of 32
120hz (If your GPU can keep up) will mean you will see smoother game play. (I believe dvd and stuff are only "rendered" on the DVD @ 60 FPS so you might not see a difference with that)

I see 120hz monitors and they are nice but not necessary unless you plan to "3d" on your PC
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post #3 of 32
get the U2311h, THE 2233rz isn't exactly worth it to me, as your rig doesn't seem to be able to make use of its full potential plus the colors are quite awful tbh. Wait till the 120Hz tech matures before getting 1.

The U2311h though, produces awesome colors (IPS) is good for gaming and you can even use it in portrait (If I'm not wrong). Plus it's cheaper than the U2311h and has a bigger screen (1080p)
    
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post #4 of 32
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finaly i can comment...had a problems
well let me understand the dell will give me better image/colors stuff like that?
120hz samsung will gimme the best smoothness i need for gaming?

i also read somewhere that ati5770 cards dont work well with the 2233rz at 120hz
do you know if the problem fixed?

i want the best for FPS GAMING
u2311h or 2233rz wich one ?

also i wanna know if ill notice any improvement from my TN 60HZ To 120HZ 2233RZ/DELL u2311h?
Edited by nircc - 8/20/11 at 6:45am
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post #5 of 32
to properly utilize the 120Hz you will need to seriously upgrade your rig. Get the 60Hz e-IPS and be happy.
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post #6 of 32
2333zr have low resolution, if u want a very good 3d monitor buy Alienware.
post #7 of 32
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i dont understand what wrong with my rig
all i want is 120hz on games like css/ut99 and surfing
i dont care about 3D ?
and i dont have money for Alienware monitors
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post #8 of 32
I absolutely love mine. I can't stand using anything lower than 120HZ after getting used to it. Everything else is just annoyingly choppy. If you're going for smoothness in games, I highly recommend it. $350 is fairly over priced for it (at least in the US), though.

If it's in your budget and you want smoothness in games, then I'd say go for it.
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post #9 of 32
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90% i will buy it
but i wanna know why my rig need improvement to use this monitor?
never had problems running games like Crysis2/prototype/COD:BO and such on my 32lcd full hd
please someone confirm me that i can buy the 2233rz without having any problems?
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Originally Posted by nircc View Post
90% i will buy it
but i wanna know why my rig need improvement to use this monitor?
never had problems running games like Crysis2/prototype/COD:BO and such on my 32lcd full hd
please someone confirm me that i can buy the 2233rz without having any problems?
It will work fine, but to get the most out of 120HZ monitors, your PC needs to be providing at least 120 FPS. Your PC is fine, but a GPU stronger than the 5770 will help you get closer to 120 FPS.
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