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UPDATE:

After driving myself nuts for the past hour or so, I realized that the oils on your fingers interact with the controls, even when your fingers and hands are far away. I fixed this simply by spraying some Windex on a lint free cloth and wiping the buttons down to the best of my ability. Who would have thought it was as simple as that??

Anyways, no more blinking lights! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Bo_Punk_2.0 View Post

UPDATE:
After driving myself nuts for the past hour or so, I realized that the oils on your fingers interact with the controls, even when your fingers and hands are far away. I fixed this simply by spraying some Windex on a lint free cloth and wiping the buttons down to the best of my ability. Who would have thought it was as simple as that??
Anyways, no more blinking lights! thumb.gif

Wow, that's crazy.

So to the people that own the monitor. Are you able to play without vsync and not notice screen tearing? Also, if you have vsync on it caps it at 120 correct? Meaning that if I limit fps to say 100 using an editor I won't notice mouse lag like a do if I play at 60 now? It's the reason I cap my fps to 59.
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Wow, that's crazy.
So to the people that own the monitor. Are you able to play without vsync and not notice screen tearing? Also, if you have vsync on it caps it at 120 correct? Meaning that if I limit fps to say 100 using an editor I won't notice mouse lag like a do if I play at 60 now? It's the reason I cap my fps to 59.

No, just like a 60 Hz monitor will show screen tearing without vsync, a 120 Hz monitor will show screen tearing at any framerate unless vsync is used. Whether it's noticeable depends on you. I usually don't see tearing in a gaming scenario, but if I look for it, it's fairly obvious.

Vsync will cap it at 120 FPS if the game supports 120 Hz. Of course, you can always disable the game's vsync and use the driver's instead.

Correct, input lag should be imperceptible if you limit your framerate instead of using vsync.
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You can also set your refresh to 100hz on this monitor as well if you so choose (if you're limiting yourself to 100fps via Afterburner or whatever).
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Originally Posted by Bo_Punk_2.0 View Post

You can also set your refresh to 100hz on this monitor as well if you so choose (if you're limiting yourself to 100fps via Afterburner or whatever).

Using 100hz also allows your GPU's power features to kick in and run at a lower PCI standard for say 2D mode. My two 580GTX run at 50MHz when in this mode then jump to 772 when in games.

If I run at 120HZ the lowest my GPU powersave mode will go is 405MHZ...

So to save power in your day to day stuff... run it at 100HZ then just tell your games you want to run at 120HZ

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Using 100hz also allows your GPU's power features to kick in and run at a lower PCI standard for say 2D mode. My two 580GTX run at 50MHz when in this mode then jump to 772 when in games.
If I run at 120HZ the lowest my GPU powersave mode will go is 405MHZ...
So to save power in your day to day stuff... run it at 100HZ then just tell your games you want to run at 120HZ
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That's GPU specific though. The GTX 680 sees no change in idle clocks with even 60 Hz.
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Add me to the club biggrin.gif

I apologize for the poor picture quality (taken with the 6 years old Nokia N95 cell phone)!!!

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Hello I have the XL2420T...love to join up
    
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Was looking for the max height when screen is at lowest position and then I found this image:
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I see the carry handle build into the stand will be the height I'm looking for because the screen can get lower than it. So, can someone mesure the total height of that stand please? Need to find out if I have the clearance.

Also, what is the height of the viewing area (no border)? I'm curious what I will gain from the 10.75" of my current 19" CRT. I', sure to gain a lot in width because of the wider ratio!

Thanks
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Do you guys think there will be a CS:GO version made?
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