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wait what...there will be a 120hz IPS? proof?
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The argument to this date still stands as IPS having the more color clarity as opposed to TN having a faster response time. The blur from the catleaps is fairly noticeable from what I've been able to gather in the forums.
One thing I need to point out from JassimH's post is that the catleaps aren't bound by RAMDAC, as those arent around anymore. It's bounded by the copper bandwidth housed by the dual link DVI and effectively the pixel clock, however everything else he said is pretty much correct.
While the Catleaps are a very attractive offer due to their cheap pricing and overclockability (if admin/chip do in fact cut a deal with bqvle's contact) it's better to go for TN if you want true 120Hz refresh rate for fast paced games such as BF3, CS:GO, MW3, etc.
My 0.02.

Thanks for pointing out my mistake tongue.gif, ramdac in my head = pixel clock (which it does NOT). Also good point about the cables thumb.gif.

Could you elaborate on how/why the catleaps (@60hz) experience more blur than a 60hz tn panel would?

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I'm not sure why anyone would see blur the tests on playwares maxed out at 13.5ms with an average of 11.2. That is 74fps in the worse case almost 90 average.
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Thanks for pointing out my mistake tongue.gif, ramdac in my head = pixel clock (which it does NOT). Also good point about the cables thumb.gif.
Could you elaborate on how/why the catleaps (@60hz) experience more blur than a 60hz tn panel would?
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Salam 3alaikom brother!

I spotted you on another thread but it seems you didn't see my post.

Regarding your question; the Catleaps don't blur at 60Hz, but rather they blur at 120Hz because the IPS panel can't keep up with the refresh rate due to its longer response time. Yes the screen will effectively display 120Hz but the actual sub-pixel switching between the brightness grades and color shades has some trouble keeping up. The only true 120Hz displays with no blur are CRT's but one could see why those aren't desirable, except maybe for CallsignVega.
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