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Despite enraging Scribby I'm going to respond to these last few comments. He asked everyone to stop posting about this topic in this thread though so I don't know why yall failed to follow his request. Please take this conversation to its own thread as it's gotten well past the point of comparing 2560x1440 to 1920x1280. Scribby, I sincerely apologize for going off topic before and now but, this post needs to be made as a result of gross misinformation that could lead both Neo Mike and lurkers down the wrong path when it comes to this topic and it needs to be addressed publicly. I'm surprised all the offending posts haven't been split off yet and, I'm sorry for making yet another one

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Originally Posted by ToxicAdam View Post


That(32LK450) is a 60Hz VA Panel TV.

The one(TC-L32E5) I recommended is a 120hz ISP panel TV.

Which is pointless because it fakes that refresh rate and it will have twice the input lag as a 60 Hz TV. Don't suggest a TV for PC usage based on the refresh rate. You can go read at AVS why it's a bad idea. I also pointed out that the set you recommended will not do 4:4:4 which means the text will be smeared and it will have problems with colour separation when used as a monitor. Please research TV usage as a monitor before you arbitrarily recommend one to someone as you can't just randomly select a TV for PC usage.

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Originally Posted by Grizzlymann View Post

Is it true 120hz or just the made up pseudo 120hz for marketing sake?

It's fake, they all are and it will add a lot of input lag. You need to use an actual 60 Hz TV that can do 4:4:4 if you plan on using it as a monitor. Then you need to make sure the input lag is 32ms or less. There are threads a mile long dedicated to these issues over at AVS.


All that having been said, please take this conversation to its own thread like Scribby asked. None of this is even remotely relevant anymore to a 2560x1440 display much less a Catleap. People (speaking in generalization and not about any one specifically) are going to start getting more agitated/frustrated/irritated/pissed off than they already are if the derailment continues and it's going to incur the wrath of the staff.
    
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Please research TV usage as a monitor before you arbitrarily recommend one to someone as you can't just randomly select a TV for PC usage..

The guy realize he didn't want a monitor and suggested what 32" TV is good for movie options and general computing. I recommended him a 32" ISP HDTV.

THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN THE END OF THE CONVERSATION RIGHT THERE.

Someone here assume I was comparing it to a monitor for hardcore PC usage.

"Randomly" selecting a ISP display for PC side of things was purely random... good lord

As Scribby asked we should end it since everyone got their two cents in.
Edited by ToxicAdam - 4/9/12 at 1:03am
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Picked up a 680 today, 126hz on 505 pixel clock

Good to hear. As you've got that high does this mean you can do 120hz on cold boot with no problems?

I presume the 126hz is a bit of a luck of the draw when it comes to how high the 680's (and hopefully some other newer graphics cards) will allow the ramdac to go. Maybe a list should be compiled at some point of people's success. Shame not many people have 2B monitors.

Please can everyone stop talking about random TVs!!!!!!!
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Also interested if you could cold boot or overnight wake @ 126hz without problems.
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Can cold boot into 120hz+ no problems. Although I notice anything above 120hz has miniscule artifacting, this is probably due to LG panel hitting its limit.
Edited by necriss - 4/9/12 at 8:14am
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Well I almost got my Catleap this morning but of course the package needs to be signed for and none of the family was awake like I told them to.
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post #2417 of 11286
Made 2 videos demonstrating the side effects running above 120hz.

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Well I made the leap (no pun intended) last night from green-sum. Tempered Glass and speakers. Hoping to get it within the week, based on shipping times others are seeing... Here's hoping for no dead pixels/backlight issues/adapter issues/fried parts! lol. I'll let you all know when I get it and what condition it's in.
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Are you getting artifacts if running at 120hz after you sleep the pc/monitor?
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I dont want to read 243 pages but has anyone actually posted a link where these monitors can be had without going to south korea?
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