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BenQ : XL2420T vs XL2420TX

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
can someone tell me or does anyone know the difference between the two?
looked on their website for quite some time trying to figure it out, no idea. thx.
post #2 of 10
The TX model supports 3D over hdmi(v 1.4) and includes a built in Nvidia 3D vision emitter and a pair of 3D Vision 2 glasses. You can get the T model and buy the emitter and glasses separately, but it would cost more and you could not view 3D sources over hdmi.
post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
so even though it says this on the website
Quote:
NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ 2 with Complete Connectivity

Certified as NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ 2-ready with the new NVIDIA 3D LightBoost™ technology so you can experience gaming and entertainment like never before with total realism and intensive graphic display. Furthermore, the XL2420T supports D-Sub, HDMI, DVI-DL and DP inputs for console gaming action.

that just means i could hook up the 3d emitter?
i thought the emiiter was already included ya kno like down in the bottom right corner?
post #4 of 10
T model you can hook up the external emitter. TX has the built-in emitter.
post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
k thanks man. so say i wanted 3 monitors, could i buy the TX for the middle, and 2 T's for the left and right, then since i have the 3d for the mid already it could wrk for the others? idk haha sorry, i dont think u can even do 3 monitor 3d can u?
post #6 of 10
You can buy one TX and 2 T models and play on the 3 monitors in 3d. This is called Nvidia 3D Vision surround. However, you will need two Nvidia cards to play in surround.
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
yeah i know that much thats what i was thinkin tho, so fulll 3d on 3 monitors. nice.
thanks man +rep
post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by protzman View Post

so even though it says this on the website
Quote:
NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ 2 with Complete Connectivity
Certified as NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ 2-ready with the new NVIDIA 3D LightBoost™ technology so you can experience gaming and entertainment like never before with total realism and intensive graphic display. Furthermore, the XL2420T supports D-Sub, HDMI, DVI-DL and DP inputs for console gaming action.
that just means i could hook up the 3d emitter?
i thought the emiiter was already included ya kno like down in the bottom right corner?

The emitter is actually on the top of the screen in the middle... the bottom right, is the indicator light to tell you it is running in 3d mode. (per the manual)
I Pre-ordered mine to replace my asus VG236 that burned out. frown.gif
post #9 of 10
man this is great, I'm thinking of the same build as well.. TX model at the middle and 2 T's model side by side..thumb.gif
post #10 of 10
I have the T model right now and it is a ncie monitor besides the lack of color adjustment with DVI or DP cables in any mode. I can not even access it CCC to adjust things like Hue saturation and color temp by kelvin temp adjustment. Only i standard screen mode can you adjust RGB and gamma adjustment is limited. Not sure I even notice a difference in performance with the refresh rate. Since I can not run all 3 screens in eyefinity and get 120hz in the center and 60 on the other 2 Asus monitors I have been playing in single screen and at 100-180fps in BF3 I can no zero difference with smoothness since the FPS is the same at 60hz with the BenQ or one of my Asus monitors. I was a bit bummed to not see a difference. Maybe it is my old eyes.
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