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I want a 120hz monitor for smoother gaming in 2D. Its a good price and not too expensive in the uk.

For me i will be mainly gaming so movies and such are of no concern to me.

What are the response times and input lag like on these panels?

Also does it have good backlight bleed and such.
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Backlight bleeding on these are a bit of a lottery. Some people have none, some have a lot. I, myself, have a bit of it, but it doesn't really bother me. Only when watching letterboxed movies. Response time and input lag is irreprehensible. One would be hard pressed to find a difference in responsiveness against a good crt. However, as any LCD, it can't compare to a crt because of ghosting. Don't expect crt like movement clarity, but that's a given. With that said, it has typical ghosting of any decent lcd when presenting 60- fps, and, obviously, spectacular performance when exceeding 90+.

For gaming only, this is one of the best.
    
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Well CRT i wont be going back to. I just want a better monitor over my 60hz benq.
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They are awesome for gaming - 120Hz feels so much smoother. There is no "input lag". Downside is that the colours are horrible out of the box and require some tweaking to get them to acceptable levels.


P.S. I have no noticeable backlight bleed on mine.
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