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http://www.megabuy.com.au/samsung-s23a750d-23-widescreen-3d-monitor-p279142.html
$309....

http://www.megabuy.com.au/samsung-s23a750-23-widescreen-ultraslim-3d-led-monitor-p270648.html
$364...

the 364 one says a response time of 2ms compared to 5ms on the 309..

which one should i go for?
post #352 of 1741
Here's an update on my 950d.

Been playing Skyrim with vsync forced off. Simply wonderful. The picture quality and colors are excellent.
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I am thinking about buying the S27A950D . But i am abit worried about the sag on the left hand side that users are reporting. Could you guys with the S27A950D tell me if it is a common problem ?
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I am thinking about buying the S27A950D . But i am abit worried about the sag on the left hand side that users are reporting. Could you guys with the S27A950D tell me if it is a common problem ?

bumping for this aswell
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I am thinking about buying the S27A950D . But i am abit worried about the sag on the left hand side that users are reporting. Could you guys with the S27A950D tell me if it is a common problem ?
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So are these Samsung 27" 120Hz monitors superior to 30" 1600p monitors for gaming?

In terms of smooth gameplay the 120hz is by far the best if you can achieve higher than 70fps, you'll notice the difference, even when dragging windows across the desktop there is a certain, almost shocking, smoothness that you'd never see without a 120hz refresh rate, you see just how smooth windows 7 really is. Now for a 1600p display that is a very nice display to have, if you sit optimal distance away you get a "looking through the window" feel as if its not even a screen but a natural window, you shouldn't be too close to the screen or it defeats the purpose of having 1600p, unless your using it purely for screen real-estate, in which case 2 large 1080p screens would be a cheaper solution. thumb.gif

Is anyone having this problem with their Samsung 3D glasses? (S27A950D) I saw it mentioned on YouTube, a kid had a problem with the right lens ghosting. The right lens on my glasses are ghosting the image while the left lens is fine. I've tried different setting but nothing helps, here are the pics.

Original 3D image.

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Through Right Lens
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Through Left Lens (ghosting)
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^Bump^ anyone experience this?
post #356 of 1741
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So are these Samsung 27" 120Hz monitors superior to 30" 1600p monitors for gaming?

I think so. More FPS>Higher resolution. I truly believe that the higher FPS gives an advantage.
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I have really bad news for the NVidia crowd in here.
If you have installed the latest 290.x drivers you may have noticed that there is no Generic CRT mode in the 3D Vision options in the NVidia control center anymore. According to the NVidia tech support there a decision was made to remove that mode from the 290.x drivers onward.
I'd love to be wrong on this but as far as I understand the whole thing, this means you will not be able to get a 120Hz frame alternating 3D signal out of an NVidia card from there on, if your monitor is not 3D vision ready. Neither with the USB emulator nor the retail 3D vision kit as they are pretty much alike.

For now I'm staying with the 285.x drivers and will now proceed to mindlessly slaughter the next person I see in Skyrim to vent off some of the most immediate frustration.
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post #358 of 1741
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^Bump^ anyone experience this?

Did you try setting the monitors response time to normal?
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Originally Posted by jcrew3002 View Post

^Bump^ anyone experience this?

Did you try setting the monitors response time to normal?

While the screen is in 3D mode the response time feature is not selectable, it seems that the monitor has a default response time setting that cant be changed. Since the left lens is not affected by ghosting it seems to be a problem with the shutter speed on the right lens? I hope I'm not the only one who has experienced this, I don't want to RMA the glasses to Samsung as I'm sure the process will be irritating and take weeks to get it back rolleyes.gif
Edited by jcrew3002 - 12/6/11 at 2:06pm
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While the screen is in 3D mode the response time feature is not selectable, it seems that the monitor has a default response time setting that cant be changed. Since the left lens is not affected by ghosting it seems to be a problem with the shutter speed on the right lens? I hope I'm not the only one who has experienced this, I don't want to RMA the glasses to Samsung as I'm sure the process will be irritating and take weeks to get it back rolleyes.gif

You need to change it to Normal response time while in 2d mode and it will fix the ghosting issue in 3d. Read the original post and check the links to the setup guide for more info.

Edit: and yes, there is a minor amount of ghosting in the right eye, but what you're seeing is exaggerated by having the response time improperly set.
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