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Is it the TOMATO monitor?

What is TOMATO monitor? But i got a gut feeling the refresh rate is quite high because they are marketing it as a "gaming" monitor.
post #3102 of 11304
Is it just me or does anyone get a headache after like 3-4 hours of word processing? I don't notice flickering but my eyes are telling me that the flickering is killing it.
post #3103 of 11304
This image retention is really starting to be a problem. My desktop is burnt into the background of OC.net atm. Not too impressed anymore

Had it unplugged for about 7 hours before I tried again
Edited by KenJit - 4/20/12 at 8:18am
post #3104 of 11304
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This image retention is really starting to be a problem. My desktop is burnt into the background of OC.net atm. Not too impressed anymore
Had it unplugged for about 7 hours before I tried again

IPS has had incidents of (temporary) image retention on some screens. One of the most well documented is the image retention on the previous revision of the Lenovo Thinkpad x220, which came with an optional IPS screen. It had some pretty bad image retention, but was eventually fixed middle of last year. I personally have not noticed with my catleap, but I haven't done too much with fixed placement windows either.
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Hi everybody, Yamakasi is coming out with another new 27" 2703 LED. It says this monitor is for gaming and it comes with tempered glass.
600

Looks absolutely great! I prefer the black stand!
post #3106 of 11304
Got a C monitor from bigcloth with pixel perfect. All pixels look alive but have a small patch of yellowish pixels about half an inch long at very bottom right. Are these stuck pixels?
post #3107 of 11304
this is infuriating . . . I would have rather had more dead pixels or a brightness issue
post #3108 of 11304
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Originally Posted by KenJit View Post

My 2D Catleap has begun to suffer from Image Retention. Hoping its just because I had it on too long...but I'm pretty sure that shouldn't be an issue. Do you think replacing the power block with a higher quality one and or getting a higher quality dvi cable can help fix the issue?
Anyone else get hit by this problem?

I found with my 2C that pushing the refresh rate above 60 and close to its limit (67Hz or so) would produce an effect similar to image retention where the image would retain ghosts of old data for awhile; The problem seemed to not occur at refresh rates of 65Hz or lower, so I just left mine at 60 (those extra 5Hz are not worth the added judder in 30/60fps video playback). You may want to set yours back to 60, remove the high-refresh profiles and fully power cycle the monitor to clear it.
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Originally Posted by DRILLERKILLA View Post

Got a C monitor from bigcloth with pixel perfect. All pixels look alive but have a small patch of yellowish pixels about half an inch long at very bottom right. Are these stuck pixels?

Tough to say with just a description; can you post a picture?
Edited by siberx - 4/20/12 at 9:06am
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Sorry if this makes anyone jell smile.gif had to be done..

http://i712.photobucket.com/albums/ww122/crezzlin/IMG_20120420_171733.jpg

worksperfect, much better than my prev Hazro 30" eyefinity setup..
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post #3110 of 11304
Hypermatrix, no pressure on this.

If you want to - or if you manage to get a gap of time. Could you benchmark the gtx 680 sli's @ 2560x1440 @ 100~ hz.
I just want to see how many games manage to run at 100fps/100hz - ish @ that resolution. And what settings you have to lower to reach that level.

Games I would take a particular interest in, include: Skyrim, Witcher 2, Crysis 2, Saints Row 3, and anything else that's not a fight sim or sports game.

For example, "I can get Avr 90fps in the Crysis 2 (I believe there is a 100fps limit in that game), I had to lower shading the particles from ultra to extreme". Etc etc.

If you have already done something similar, let me apologize in advance.

- Matt.
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