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post #21 of 24
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2012-2013 will be the IPS years LG wants to compete with the TN panels prices that's way we have now in 4 mounts 5 new 23" IPS panels under 200€.
And the new LG panels are not even yet released.
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/news_archive/25.htm#new_lgdisplay_panels
post #22 of 24
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i can not use the Graphic Card or Windows option for this because DirectX and OpenGL will ignore the colour settings done via the graphic card or Windows option.

Somewhat incorrect if I interpreted your vague post correctly. If you use ATI / AMD GPUs, you can adjust the image (color temp, brightness, contrast, hue, saturation controls) from the control panel. These settings WILL apply to games. We can also use powerstrip to get settings to stick in games.
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post #23 of 24
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I have a Nvidia Graphic Card some ATI user say they have an extra option that will work in DirectX or OpenGL Games and Applications.
In 4-6 months i will build a new computer and this will have a big impact on which graphic card i buy.
post #24 of 24
Yeah, with that budget you either get a smaller IPS, a 27" Korean IPS monitor without color controls(I have the tempered glass shimian, while I noticed a large color difference in my desktop, in games I'm too distracted to notice), or maybe even get something like a PVA panel which is still better than TFT.

Also, those cheap monitors with multiple inputs have a very high input lag so that's another turn off.
So, get a 27" IPS that's within your budget and play games with the stock monitor calibration or pay much more for a monitor with multiple inputs, color calibration, and much more input lag?
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