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If your GPU can output high fps, go for it.
post #22 of 24
if u have the budget for it, i highly recommend ips monitors when it comes to dual/triple display, as it is annoying to have to have ur monitors in one and only one setup to avoid the really bad viewing angles of the displays.

But with ips, you don't have to worry about the setup as much, u can freely move ur multiple monitors around without worrying about viewing angles.
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Id say 3 is overkill unless you really really need it for all the crazy multitasking and IT work. It can also cause your neck to hurt because you have to constantly look way left and way right. Two large monitors can be ergonomically more comfortable and still get the job done. I'd say try two large ones and see if that is enough.
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Isn't 8ms slow?


Not really. The amount of time the screen takes to change an individual pixel is only one part of how long it takes to display a frame. Input lag factors much more than the actual panel.


Take my U2312HM for example. Sure it has a pixel response time of 8ms, but the average input lag is just 0.6ms. That makes the total time it takes to display a frame just 8.6ms. Now take the BenQ XL2410T, a 120Hz 2ms TN panel. The average input lag is 5.6ms. That makes the total time to display a frame 7.6ms, which is hardly faster than my 8ms IPS.

I game on my U2312HM all the time, and the responsiveness isn't an issue at all.
    
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