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Originally Posted by jcde7ago View Post
Also, 120hz is great, if you can game at a CONSTANT 120hz - otherwise, without VSYNC, a game might APPEAR to be more fluid, but it's going to look like absolute crap with all of the screen tearing that will occur. VSYNC on @ 60FPS constant > fluctuating frames, even if the FPS ends up being at like 60-120.
Can anyone else verify this? Comment on this? I was under the impress that was not true.
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EDIT: um.. just digged a little on those dells.. apparently they're not very suitable for gaming, heh.. I guess i don't have much of a choice lol
Maybe my eyes are so bad I don't notice that it isn't good for gaming, seems fine for me in BC2. It is expensive I'll give you that, HP has cheaper 1440p monitors. Not sure if there out yet though.
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Originally Posted by MGF Derp View Post
Own two HanssG HZ281HPB's. No headaches, no problems, no lack of headshots due to input lag. No dead pixels, no flickering, no backlight issues. I recommend them as they are 27" on the cheap and 1920x1200 is the only way to play. Watch movies, play games, and browse like a champ. Troll too, but not as hard as you. Anyways OP I recommend the HannsG's for 27" on the cheap.
Thank You.

OP,

.....As a person who is generally pretty sensitive to "crap" and as such researches his purchases thoroughly beforehand because he hates to waste his hard earned money on said "crap" AND enjoys technology/image quality/gaming/special effects/movies/photo editing/most of the same things as most everyone on OCN, I personally ran a single 27.5" Hanns-G HH281 for a little over a year and just a couple months ago grabbed two more for Eyefinity without even considering what else might be available on the market because I was that happy with them AND they were cheap
I have yet to have a SINGLE problem with any of my 3x HH281s, and if one did fail I wouldn't hesitate to buy another.

And just to be well-rounded and fair... the stand can be a little wobbly, the built-in speakers suck and I wish they were LED

Sadly, asking for recommendations on a monitor is a bit akin to asking for recommendations on a mouse, your going to hear nothing but opinions when the truth is it's different strokes for different folks. The Hanns-G monitors (at least the HH281s) are a perfectly fine product for gaming or most anything else you'll ever want to do on your computer. A good number of people love to hate on them, but in all honesty, I think they get a bad rap for much the same reason AMD does:

... they fill a niche at a budget price, and as such are seen by those who happily pay more for a name (and usually same specs) as "low end crap".
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