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A better computer and monitor is always an advantage in a FPS or RTS.

Yes but there is a diminishing return that approaches zero pretty quick...If a game action is based on frame rate then, recoil, can in theory happen instantly if your computer was fast enough.
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curious why get a power brick when you could just get one of these http://www.ebay.com/itm/100W-Power-Bright-Voltage-Converter-Transformer-220-110-/290694744252?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43aec1c8bc#ht_2290wt_1019
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I ordered 3 from Red Cap last night.

Waiting patiently ...
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Well, I play a lot of quake, and if you're at all serious about it, you can feel fundementally massive differences between framerates, monitor refresh rates and even different mice. It's been that way for a long time in all competative FPS.

In terms of DR - yes, probably.
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Well, I play a lot of quake, and if you're at all serious about it, you can feel fundementally massive differences between framerates, monitor refresh rates and even different mice. It's been that way for a long time in all competative FPS.
In terms of DR - yes, probably.

Indeed. Ive played a bit of quakelive @ 100hz and man its a huge difference from my dell 3007wfp-hc (30 inch 2560x1600 @ 60hz). I am definitely appreciating the 100hz. My lg is easily doing 34-38% and I am not even really warmed up.
post #2306 of 11298
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Most likely although it really depends on the game. 1440p is not quite double 1080p, it's about 85% bigger though. I know my 580 can run Skyrim on ultra still but BF3 is choppy. You will probably need to lower your settings for most games with only a 560 to get good frame rates.

Well this is disappointing.
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I just ordered one and right now it's in alaska. lol
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post #2308 of 11298
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OMG I am SOOOO happy. I ordered really late.. less than 1 week ago. And YES! I got a 2B. I really needed the high Hz so I am super happy.

Who did you order from? I'm assuming you ordered the tempered glass one?
post #2309 of 11298
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Yes, where is no PWM in this monitor. But the scheme was done very poorly, is often caused by darkening one side of the screen. Follow this link to fix it http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=28:27061-28#896

I finally got the time to look at the circuit board today and I found out that mine is very much unlike yours. First of all, it's a D-900 Revision 1.0. I noticed your monitor has no audio amplifier integrated circuit so it must be an SE model, but I have a non-SE with an amplifier and speakers. Another thing I saw was that your board has BIT3251 PWM controllers which appear to drive your LED lighting system (correct me if I'm wrong). My board has a HV9911NG LED lighting driver (http://www.google.com/search?q=hv9911ng&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a), so obviously this mod probably will not fix my lighting system, and even if it did, I have no idea where to put the components since the layout is completely different.

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If you want to look into it and you are able to find out how to fix this particular lighting controller that would be much appreciated. Otherwise I will try to study the datasheet for the HV9911NG controller and the resistance values on my board to see why half the screen is dimming to a lower level.
Edited by Phenrick - 4/6/12 at 7:13pm
    
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Just got another moniter in. And to my surprise, its a 2b model. Got it from bigclothcraft. And got it in 3 days.

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Edited by Nyghtryder_9 - 4/6/12 at 4:39pm
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