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How do these compare to the Overlord IPS monitors in terms of input lag? Overlord advertise that their single input models have less lag as a result of only one input. Is that really true or is it just a marketing ploy?
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How do these compare to the Overlord IPS monitors in terms of input lag? Overlord advertise that their single input models have less lag as a result of only one input. Is that really true or is it just a marketing ploy?

It's true. Same is true for all korean monitors. Multi-input are measured somewhere in the 30ms total input lag range, while the single input monitors are right around 16ms, which is basically one second and is on par with most TN panels.
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Thank-you for your question.

In regards to input lag times on the NX-VUE27, there is no definate one answer due to the fact that we use different variations of the LG H-IPS LM270WQ1 panels for each production run. There may also be a mix of different H-IPS LM270WQ1 panels for a NX-VUE27 production run - which is why there is no one universal color or calibration profile for the NX-VUE27.

Each version of the LM270WQ1 may have varying input lag times which could be higher or lower as seen here on TFT Central:

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/monitor_panel_parts.htm

For example our first production run of the NX-VUE27 used LG H-IPS LM270WQ1-SDE5 panels when we originally were going to use LM270WQ1-SDA2 (which had a lower input lag), but there were no LM270WQ1-SDA2 that were A+ or A grade available at the time of production.


The main reasons why we are using different models of the H-IPS LQ270WQ1 panels is due to these requirements for the NX-VUE27:

1) The LG IPS Panels must be from A+ or A grade batches. We will NEVER use or accept A- grade (2 levels below perfect) or lower grade LG IPS panels.

2) Minimal or no back light bleeding on the NX-VUE27 (Not to be confused with IPS Glow).

3) To adhere to Class 0 or Class 1 of ISO-9241-302, 303, 305, 307:2008 pixel defects. Maximum pixel Anomolies allowed for the NX-VUE27 is 5.

Input lag, contrast ratio, brightness and color temperature settings/performance may vary due to the different versions of LG IPS panels used to assemble the NX-VUE27. Also input lag times differ depending on the DVI-D, HDMI, D-SUB, or DisplayPort 1.2 connection used with your hardware.
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It's true. Same is true for all korean monitors. Multi-input are measured somewhere in the 30ms total input lag range, while the single input monitors are right around 16ms, which is basically one second and is on par with most TN panels.

If it is there, it doesn't affect my FPS gaming on Battlefied 3 and I play it alot. I don't notice it or feel it. Maybe my my GTX 670 can handle it smoothly at 2560x1440 60Hz. I see all these videos of people demonstrating input lag by using mouse to swing left and right their guns and you see the delay and notice it = but last time I felt or seen something like that with one of my PCs is when my older AMD 5450 GPU couldn't hand the resolution settings.
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It's true. Same is true for all korean monitors. Multi-input are measured somewhere in the 30ms total input lag range, while the single input monitors are right around 16ms, which is basically one second and is on par with most TN panels.

If it is there, it doesn't affect my FPS gaming on Battlefied 3 and I play it alot. I don't notice it or feel it. Maybe my my GTX 670 can handle it smoothly at 2560x1440 60Hz. I see all these videos of people demonstrating input lag by using mouse to swing left and right their guns and you see the delay and notice it = but last time I felt or seen something like that with one of my PCs is when my older AMD 5450 GPU couldn't hand the resolution settings.

30ms is a really small number when you think about it. .03 seconds. That's faster than the average human by about 7x. The videos highlighting the input lag are displaying the video usually in a slowed down state.

http://www.humanbenchmark.com/tests/reactiontime/stats.php

Average, based on people taking the test on that site (not the most scientifically accurate, but good enough for this purpose) is around 210ms.
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Sorry you were not able to grab one. I ordered mine through Amazon.com, sometime in November. I figured they would go fast once the word got out.

I've been using this 2560x1440p monitor for approx 9-10 days now. The graphics have improved (burn-in).

I recommend this monitor for the price as well. No problems, no dead pixels, fully functionally, hdmi, displayport, dvi-d.

One thing I have noticed, If I plug in my cablebox using the hdmi port (btw... hd cable looks fine)... Everytime I turn the monitor on it defaults to hdmi.

I am currently using a dvi-d cable until my amd hd 7950 graphics card comes. At that point I will go mini-displayport to displayport.

Is there any way to change the default power on port (hdmi) to dvi-d or displayport?
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What is the best place to purchase one from?
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30ms is a really small number when you think about it. .03 seconds. That's faster than the average human by about 7x. The videos highlighting the input lag are displaying the video usually in a slowed down state.
http://www.humanbenchmark.com/tests/reactiontime/stats.php
Average, based on people taking the test on that site (not the most scientifically accurate, but good enough for this purpose) is around 210ms.

That is some pretty cool facts.

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Sorry you were not able to grab one. I ordered mine through Amazon.com, sometime in November. I figured they would go fast once the word got out.
I've been using this 2560x1440p monitor for approx 9-10 days now. The graphics have improved (burn-in).
I recommend this monitor for the price as well. No problems, no dead pixels, fully functionally, hdmi, displayport, dvi-d.
One thing I have noticed, If I plug in my cablebox using the hdmi port (btw... hd cable looks fine)... Everytime I turn the monitor on it defaults to hdmi.
I am currently using a dvi-d cable until my amd hd 7950 graphics card comes. At that point I will go mini-displayport to displayport.
Is there any way to change the default power on port (hdmi) to dvi-d or displayport?

I'm currently using DisplayPort to DisplayPort to my GTX 670 - I think you press the "AUTO" button or go into the OSD settings and set "DisplayPort" - but if you have the HDMI device always on, it may give priority first (don't know for sure) due to the HDMI handshaking.
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What is the best place to purchase one from?

Currently they are only available on Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/Nixeus-Resolution-2560x1440-Monitor-NX-VUE27/dp/B008M08SN6/

and Comp-u-plus:

http://www.compuplus.com/Monitor/Nixeus-Vue-WQHD-27inch-S-1218348.html

and on eBay from Comp-u-plus:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nixeus-WQHD-27-S-IPS-Ultra-High-Resolution-2560x1440-PC-Mac-LED-Monitor-/400313923474?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item5d3491b792
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Wow - I just checked the re-sellers and now the price is bordering $700 total. This is just crazy...They first come in at $450 then move on up to $500 and now they're at $700 just about. We all understand supply and demand here, but let's be honest - The reason most people see the Korean displays as good alternatives to the HP's, Dells, Asus, etc...is because they offer bang for buck. Nixeus started out this way and within a short amount of time they are already unreasonable IMO...They're now in the league with Asus, Dell, HP and so forth- What's there to set them apart from the big names? I was seriously considering purchasing one for Christmas but now since they're in that league - I'll go back and start assessing which Korean monitor I'll purchase.
Edited by GameFX - 12/30/12 at 1:00pm
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I just checked out amazon.com. The price has gone from 499.00 to 639.00 since last month.

Comuplus is selling if for $619.00 right now. (See previous post by GameFX)

I do not agree with this as there is only a one (1) year warranty; but the price is going up because there is
a larger demand then the company anticipated... and people are willing to pay the price I guess.

$639.00 would of been a deal breaker for me. I had my eye on a dell 1920x1200 but took a chance
and went 2560x1400. So far so good and customer support on this website has been good.


Part2:

Thanks for the reply concerning default ports on the monitor. I ended up unplugging my cablevision hdmi cable and
that solved it for me. I got tired of using the AUTO button; everytime my system goes to sleep (ssd drive), when I
sit down to use it and had to reassign the dvi port.
Edited by Liman23 - 12/30/12 at 1:14pm
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