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Which do you think is better?

I'm leaning toward the BenQ as the Quality Control seems better, but I'd love to get some feedback from you guys.
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Depends. I actually believe Asus' qc is better, but i'm only going by other people's opinions. As you can see in my sig rig, i have the benQ, and i can't complain because it's, after all, a TN panel. But it's far from great. You have to sacrifice gamma's optimal value for decent shadow detail on the benQ. It also shows some flaws when displaying 60fps or less. However, it's pretty good when displaying 90+ fps, and the input lag difference (lower on the benQ) may not be much incentive to buy it over the asus (because, well, it's not that big of a difference; like 10 ms), but when added to whatever else you have creating input lag (vsync, inherent game lag), it does help keeping away from the noticeability threshold. Now you weigh out the benefits vs the cons.
    
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Originally Posted by ToTheSun!;15344084 
Depends. I actually believe Asus' qc is better, but i'm only going by other people's opinions. As you can see in my sig rig, i have the benQ, and i can't complain because it's, after all, a TN panel. But it's far from great. You have to sacrifice gamma's optimal value for decent shadow detail on the benQ. It also shows some flaws when displaying 60fps or less. However, it's pretty good when displaying 90+ fps, and the input lag difference (lower on the benQ) may not be much incentive to buy it over the asus (because, well, it's not that big of a difference; like 10 ms), but when added to whatever else you have creating input lag (vsync, inherent game lag), it does help keeping away from the noticeability threshold. Now you weigh out the benefits vs the cons.

Thanks for your input.

I'm going to have a real rough time picking.

If you could do it over again, would you purchase the BenQ over the Asus?
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If i had to do it over again, i'd buy a 27 incher samsung, actually. But, yeah, i'd still choose the benQ again because i feel better keeping the input lag to a minimum. But i'm sure some people don't care about it as much as i do.
    
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Samsung > Asus/Planar > others

those are my top 3 120hz monitors.
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post #6 of 22
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Went ahead and picked up the Samsung, since I'm happy with my Samsung 60hz as it is.

Thanks guys.
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You made a good choice. Enjoy!
    
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post #8 of 22
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So I got the Samsung, so far I love it... but I'm having a few issues!


When I play games the entire screen flickers white.

And my second monitor (Old Samsung) feels REALLY laggy, like it's choppy.

Are there any video card settings I need to change for 120hz?
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You're using both in a multi-monitor set up?
    
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post #10 of 22
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ToTheSun!;15370295 
You're using both in a multi-monitor set up?

Not a multi-monitor setup, just using the second monitor as a movie/vent/web view.
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