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'Advanced Dual-Side LCD Driving Technology' is simply the alternative name they give to the 'TracerFree' pixel overdrive function on their 120Hz+ monitors.

Aw, so it wont have any less input lag than the older 120hz? Not that its a bad thing, I was just hoping it was even better. rolleyes.gif
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Nice find. I wonder about the tech behind this. 144? Awkward number, wonder what it's based on.

Probably because it's easy to achieve with the current technology, higher than 120hz, and still divisible by 24 and 72. wink.gif
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'Advanced Dual-Side LCD Driving Technology' is simply the alternative name they give to the 'TracerFree' pixel overdrive function on their 120Hz+ monitors.

Aw, so it wont have any less input lag than the older 120hz? Not that its a bad thing, I was just hoping it was even better. rolleyes.gif

Input lag isn't an issue on modern 120hz displays if you know which one to choose.
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Probably because it's easy to achieve with the current technology, higher than 120hz, and still divisible by 24 and 72. wink.gif
Input lag isn't an issue on modern 120hz displays if you know which one to choose.

What is input lag on these panels? 11-18ms= like 1 fps? I know using my buddies it felt like going from 120hz to 60hz on that was like playing in slow motion, it was terrible.

Im literally on the verge of ordering the Samsung S23A700D. What's your thoughts on that? BTW The only reason I think I haven't ordered it is I'm scared of dead pixels. I know the return policy at newegg and the ISO standards but Id gladly pay extra to ensure I have a perfect panel.

Also curious what is your take on 1080p at 23" vs 27". Obviously it looks better at 23" but it doesn't bother me one bit on my 27". Not sure if I should downgrade in size or not.

My buddy has the older 23" asus 120hz that he is bringing to my house this weekend. I'll get a good test drive of it on my system which should help me decide.
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Probably because it's easy to achieve with the current technology, higher than 120hz, and still divisible by 24 and 72. wink.gif
Input lag isn't an issue on modern 120hz displays if you know which one to choose.

What is input lag on these panels? 11-18ms= like 1 fps? I know using my buddies it felt like going from 120hz to 60hz on that was like playing in slow motion, it was terrible.

Im literally on the verge of ordering the Samsung S23A700D. What's your thoughts on that? BTW The only reason I think I haven't ordered it is I'm scared of dead pixels. I know the return policy at newegg and the ISO standards but Id gladly pay extra to ensure I have a perfect panel.

Also curious what is your take on 1080p at 23" vs 27". Obviously it looks better at 23" but it doesn't bother me one bit on my 27". Not sure if I should downgrade in size or not.

My buddy has the older 23" asus 120hz that he is bringing to my house this weekend. I'll get a good test drive of it on my system which should help me decide.

http://www.prad.de/new/monitore/test/2012/test-asus-vg278h-teil7.html

(Use google translate if you want to actually read that) Prad says signal latency is 2.3ms and total latency is 6.5ms on 120hz on the VG278H, which will likely be the same with the VG278HE.

The S23A700D is a good 120hz monitor but it doesn't have the lowest input lag, though it's not bad. It's the fastest model ghosting-wise along with its sister models by samsung.

I don't have "a take" on 23" vs 27" because it's preference. I personally don't like my displays small, so I stay away from single monitor 23" setups, but others don't have issues with it. If you feel comfortable with your 27" at the moment, why not stick with what you know works well for you? (The downgrade in size will sure be noticeable, even more so in person). If you don't feel like you will miss the size, go with 23" if that looks more appealing to you.
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http://www.prad.de/new/monitore/test/2012/test-asus-vg278h-teil7.html
(Use google translate if you want to actually read that) Prad says signal latency is 2.3ms and total latency is 6.5ms on 120hz on the VG278H, which will likely be the same with the VG278HE.
The S23A700D is a good 120hz monitor but it doesn't have the lowest input lag, though it's not bad. It's the fastest model ghosting-wise along with its sister models by samsung.
I don't have "a take" on 23" vs 27" because it's preference. I personally don't like my displays small, so I stay away from single monitor 23" setups, but others don't have issues with it. If you feel comfortable with your 27" at the moment, why not stick with what you know works well for you? (The downgrade in size will sure be noticeable, even more so in person). If you don't feel like you will miss the size, go with 23" if that looks more appealing to you.

Thanks, good links. Too bad mods can't get rep biggrin.gif I'll have to translate the site later, google translate is blocked at work lol.

I really like my 27", obviously 27" 120hz are very expensive. I use 2x 22" at work and don't feel they are real small, maybe it's because I use two of them. Not sure.... not sure what to do...ahhh

I'm also not sure why a buying decision like this is so hard. I go out to eat all the time, blow money on beer all the time, spend money on my house. I have no problems affording the monitor I want. I think its just a lack of 100% certainty of what I want and the fact I can do so much research before I buy. I think too much lol
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post #16 of 19
You can combat the input lag on the S23A700D by lower the polling rate of your mouse down to windows standard 125hz.

May sound silly, but it gives a rather unique feel in terms of responsiveness and stability as your constantly hitting the 1000/8 wall instead of a higher and more random hz frame rate with basic gaming movement.

100hz (monitor) seems fine with both 500/1000hz (mouse).
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I'd check out one of these screens for it's 144 Hz if they made a glossy version. Matte anti-glare is the absolute suck.
    
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post #18 of 19
Damn it! I want the higher refresh rate, but don't want to go away from IPS (ZR24w)..... And if I did, which one to take, XL2420T or VG278HE? I hate these decisions...
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I have both the XL2420T and the Samsung 700D, I find that the 700D is a lot less smoother then the XL2420T.

When I disable instant mode on the XL2420T, I get the same feeling like the 700D. Guess that its the input lag. I might try what someone posted earlier and use 125HZ on my mouse instead of 500HZ or try 100hz on the monitor. Will test that on both monitors and see what it gives.

I really wanted to test the VG236HE though but I can't find it anywhere in Europe but ebay.

And 27" for competitive gaming I found to big.
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