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Planar 120hz

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...planar%20120hz

I just got the linked monitor due to the reviews and $40 off coupon. Overall, do you think this is a solid monitor? I am going to SLI my 570's in a few weeks, so I will be hitting the 120 fps.

EDIT: Also, is it better to run it with a DVI cable or to attach a mini HDMI to my graphics card and to run in HDMI?
Edited by Humafold - 10/26/11 at 6:50am
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I don't have any experience with the monitor, but I don't see any reason to dislike it.

You'll need a dual link dvi cable to achieve 120hz, or a 1.4 spec hdmi cable. YMMV, but I've read of people having trouble with blurry images on the ASUS 120hz monitor over HDMI. I know this isn't the same monitor, but just letting you know.
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It comes with a dual link DVI cable. I'm not sure about the HDMI cable. I guess I should just run DVI Dual Link to be safe.
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