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Oh man, I am seriously thinking of pulling the trigger on this one. I just need to get my ass into Boston one of these days. Looks like they still have 2 in stock.
But I'm still kinda scared about the input lag that some people are talking about when it comes to fps gaming. Is it really that bad? I mean I'm no pro, but I would like to avoid getting my arse kicked just cause of my monitor.
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Would it be better to buy this? or catleap ? don't really want to buy from ebay...
Edited by Fallendreams - 5/18/12 at 1:17pm
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Would it be better to buy this? or catleap ? don't really want to buy from ebay...

I don't want to say aliens but... I think you answered your own question.

And aliens.

This has more inputs + warranty for less than the crossover 2720 mdp. If you dont want to deal with ebay, get it.
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I don't want to say aliens but... I think you answered your own question.
And aliens.
This has more inputs + warranty for less than the crossover 2720 mdp. If you dont want to deal with ebay, get it.

that is very true. The overall construction (bezel, stand) doesn't look very strong. Seems like it would shake alot when i'm typing, but then again who cares when the screen looks awesome! biggrin.gif
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is it maxed out at 65Hz refresh rate ?
Someone on [H]forum couldn't get it past 67. I haven't tried yet.
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What about the IPS-Glow in a drak room?
It is more just a matter of the content on screen - obviously it is more noticeable with dark content, regardless of room ambient. Seems to me that when the room is dark, you maybe notice the glow a bit more, with the room brighter, you notice more reflectivity/glare. So you cant really get around it. Whereas with the HP, you notice the glow in the dark but as ambient light goes up, you don't have the glare. But all that is really being picky, 98% of the time it isn't an issue for me.
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I really don't get it way people buy Monitors with IPS-Glow and aggressive AG-counting if a manifatture would do a TV like this no one would buy it. Back in the CRT days good Monitors where better then TV's but now it's the other way around.
Edited by Otbreaker - 5/19/12 at 9:09am
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I just realized that this monitor also supports 2560x1440 with VGA.
I thought it was simply impossible because of the bandwidth, so I never tried it until today.
The image does look more blurry compared with the DVI.
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VGA actually can't, It's probably using it's scaler to do that.
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VGA actually can't, It's probably using it's scaler to do that.

What makes you think it can't?
I've never heard of any "hard limits" for the VGA interface.
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Every time I see one of these monitors I just about pull the trigger on one until I remember that it only has a dual-link DVI input. MSI, in their unfathomable wisdom, included only single-link DVI connectors on my Lightnings... rolleyes.gif
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