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Korea are all glossy. =) it looks just like my ACD.

Yep. The biggest reason I went for them. Screw LG's ag.
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After looking at all the variants available for 27" 2560x1440 WQHD monitor, I've decided on and ordered a perfect pixel Yamakasi Q270. I'll post my impression when it comes in and after testing.
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Anyone run games in 1080p on these monitors to achieve higher fps? Is the quality degraded and blurry? This is what is preventing me from purchasing.

I have a single 670 FTW not sure I'll be able to max out. I will have to decrease res, but there are reports saying 1080p is blurry. Thanks

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Best one for picture and video editing? I only play BF3 and not so much either.
 
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Anyone run games in 1080p on these monitors to achieve higher fps? Is the quality degraded and blurry? This is what is preventing me from purchasing.
I have a single 670 FTW not sure I'll be able to max out. I will have to decrease res, but there are reports saying 1080p is blurry. Thanks
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works fine for me.. but.. once u go 1440p... you wont go back, lol thumb.gif
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Anyone run games in 1080p on these monitors to achieve higher fps? Is the quality degraded and blurry? This is what is preventing me from purchasing.
I have a single 670 FTW not sure I'll be able to max out. I will have to decrease res, but there are reports saying 1080p is blurry. Thanks
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Why would you want to run 1080p just for FPS? I'm getting 60FPS in most games on 1440p. I don't see the problem there.
 
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What is if a game has a max resolution (for example 720P)?
Will it be fullscreen or with black backround? Can I adjust this through the driver?
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Dell = H-Ips
Cat leap and apples = S-Ips..
I took a picture of the pixels on my Catleap:
pixels.png
Looks like H-IPS to me. Pretty much every 23"+ IPS monitor made in the last four years has an H-IPS panel, so why do you insist it's S-IPS?
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My catleap has a marketing sticker that says S-IPS on the bezel
I know you don't trust marketing but... yessir.gif
"S-IPS" is often used as a generic term for IPS panels. It doesn't really mean anything other than it has an IPS panel. It doesn't indicate what type is being used.
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I took a picture of the pixels on my Catleap:
pixels.png
Looks like H-IPS to me. Pretty much every 23"+ IPS monitor made in the last four years has an H-IPS panel, so why do you insist it's S-IPS?
"S-IPS" is often used as a generic term for IPS panels. It doesn't really mean anything other than it has an IPS panel. It doesn't indicate what type is being used.

Take the Panel apart and read the back... it says S-IPS...

I OWN A CAT LEAP DUDE... im just making it clear the cat leap do not use the same displays as The u2711... They use the same displays as Apple....
    
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Anyone run games in 1080p on these monitors to achieve higher fps? Is the quality degraded and blurry? This is what is preventing me from purchasing.
I have a single 670 FTW not sure I'll be able to max out. I will have to decrease res, but there are reports saying 1080p is blurry. Thanks
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Some may dis-agree but my view is this. With a 2560x1440 display, you can pretty much do away with AA on all games, which means that a GTX670 should be able to run most current game at native res with acceptable frame rates.
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