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wait... is it even possible to get the IBM T221 monitor? 3840×2400..... dude, my gtx 660 ti would die in a fire trying to run BF3 on that insane resolution.

AND it's 22 INCH! THIS is Retina stuff right here, only a GTX 690 with 8Gb ram will ever do.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_T220/T221_LCD_monitors
     
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Since I've moved almost all my gaming over to my Shimian display, I suppose it would only be fitting to join the 1440p and Above Gaming Club.



I'm still rocking my SLI'd GTX 275 with this display though redface.gif (waiting on the next generation graphics cards).
    
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Hey there buddy. Welcome.

I am adding you to the club since you are a long time member of the club with decent amount of posts and reps.

It would still be great to see your setup though thumb.gif

Anyhow. Welcome thumb.gif


Edit ;

I wonder why we don't have any Korean 1600p monitors in the club.

Haha, thanks. Setup is currently down, doing the TJ07 mods but couple shots when it was up in the old 600T case. And then a slightly more recent one in that's in more of a "under construction" state.




As for the korean 1600p, my guess is the cost...
 
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So I got my brother to start playing Borderlands 2 on his rig and I was over there this morning showing him some tricks/tips...

This is the first time I've played/gamed on a 1080 TN panel since getting my Samsung 850D ... and *MAN* ! I can't believe how much better the game looks on my 1440p PLS panel!

I was reminded *exactly* of when I would get new comic books back in the day and how the glossy cover of the comic always looked so much better than the newsprint on the inside of the comic looked. That's a perfect analogy to how the TN panel looked. It looked like a newsprint version of Borderlands 2 ... all flat and dull ... whereas the PLS panel is practically "neon" like in it's vibrance, compared to the TN panel. The resolution felt stifling too at 1080p but more than anything it was like all "depth" and contrast and "pop" had been removed from the graphics.

Dang I was glad to go back to my PLS screen!
    
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So I got my brother to start playing Borderlands 2 on his rig and I was over there this morning showing him some tricks/tips...
This is the first time I've played/gamed on a 1080 TN panel since getting my Samsung 850D ... and *MAN* ! I can't believe how much better the game looks on my 1440p PLS panel!
I was reminded *exactly* of when I would get new comic books back in the day and how the glossy cover of the comic always looked so much better than the newsprint on the inside of the comic looked. That's a perfect analogy to how the TN panel looked. It looked like a newsprint version of Borderlands 2 ... all flat and dull ... whereas the PLS panel is practically "neon" like in it's vibrance, compared to the TN panel. The resolution felt stifling too at 1080p but more than anything it was like all "depth" and contrast and "pop" had been removed from the graphics.
Dang I was glad to go back to my PLS screen!
Must resist and don't research Samsungs again and keep wanting the AH-IPS U2713HM mad.gif
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Must resist and don't research Samsungs again and keep wanting the AH-IPS U2713HM mad.gif

The Dell is no different .. IPS = PLS ... in so far as my humble experience goes. The only real difference I saw between the U2711 and the Sammy 850D was the whites performance ... and I think that is mostly due to the semi-glossy screen on the Sammy vs the grainy coating on the Dell ... but the experience I was referring to when gaming will most likely be identical .. super vibrant and "poppy" ...

Also, among the Dell IPS screens I tried (the 27" and the 24") ... I found less backlight bleed issues than with the Samsung (I had to return my first 850D cause it was HUGELY screwed up with backlight bleed...just crazy bad...but the second one is practically 100% perfection in regard to backlight evenness...luckily for me, I was buying local at Micro Center and so could just take a 5 minute drive to exchange it) ...

Otherwise ... any IPS screen or PLS screen is going to look much more vibrant in game than a TN panel as far as I know ... but until playing Borderlands 2 on my bros TN rig, I hadn't really realized how much of a difference the PLS technology makes ... seriously ... it's like turning the "lights off" on the graphics or something ... IPS/PLS might not be the fastest screen ... but they sure as heck are the best looking.

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The Dell is no different .. IPS = PLS ... in so far as my humble experience goes. The only real difference I saw between the U2711 and the Sammy 850D was the whites performance ... and I think that is mostly due to the semi-glossy screen on the Sammy vs the grainy coating on the Dell ... but the experience I was referring to when gaming will most likely be identical .. super vibrant and "poppy" ...
Also, among the Dell IPS screens I tried (the 27" and the 24") ... I found less backlight bleed issues than with the Samsung (I had to return my first 850D cause it was HUGELY screwed up with backlight bleed...just crazy bad...but the second one is practically 100% perfection in regard to backlight evenness...luckily for me, I was buying local at Micro Center and so could just take a 5 minute drive to exchange it) ...
Otherwise ... any IPS screen or PLS screen is going to look much more vibrant in game than a TN panel as far as I know ... but until playing Borderlands 2 on my bros TN rig, I hadn't really realized how much of a difference the PLS technology makes ... seriously ... it's like turning the "lights off" on the graphics or something ... IPS/PLS might not be the fastest screen ... but they sure as heck are the best looking.
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I think on wiki it says that PLS is Samsung's better version of IPS, but I'm getting the Dell no matter what. It's a little better in lag terms, it's pretty "cheap" now (went down $100 this month)+ there's $25 discount in one shop, so it's $650, but I will be using the $25 discount card to upgrade my warranty to 4 years since Dell has amazing customer service from what I heard.
Today, while waiting for bus, I was lurking in electronics shop and they finally got an IPS monitor. It was placed right next to TN, both 24' and same wallpapers, I spent there around 5 minutes looking at the difference and only thing in my head was "want want want want want". 24' monitor is just fine size (compared to my 21.5' which is also fine), 27' seems little big, maybe getting closer to television but I think it will be perfect.
I just hope my monitor will be all right and I won't have to call support guy, I don't really want anyone going in my room, there's totall chaos here.
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Hey guys, I'm looking to get a korean 1440p IPS monitor soon. After all my research I have found that the Crossover 27Q seems to be the best, am I correct? If so, are there any different versions of the 27Q that I should buy over others? Thanks! biggrin.gif
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27' seems little big, maybe getting closer to television but I think it will be perfect.

Trust me. You will acclimate to the larger size. I too thought it kind of big for my desktop but now it's as natural seeming to me as the 1080p was ...
    
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May only be on an iMac but I love the 2560x1440 vibes, Skyrim is lovely on it smile.gif
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