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I have played on "so called" 1ms monitors, and I now have the U2713HM. I really feel no noticeable difference while gaming. The screen is responsive and there is no ghosting from what I can tell.
I play video games pretty much daily (and have done so for the last 5 or so years) and I'm really happy with my purchase.
They're also about 800$ where I live, so it would've been quite bitter if it didn't live up to my expectations smile.gif
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okie so I went and returned the Dell U2713HM and got a Samsung S27B970D. All i can say is WOW, 1440P meant to be.
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^ I still think its stand holds it back from being on par with the Viewsonic VP2770 but an awesome monitor non the less thumb.gif
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^ I still think its stand holds it back from being on par with the Viewsonic VP2770 but an awesome monitor non the less thumb.gif

here are my thoughts. Screen picture is sharp and bright, stand is stable and not wobble, and bonus is it looks good even when it's OFF lol.
Edited by vboy425 - 4/6/13 at 8:55pm
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Looking at purchasing http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/CROSSOVER-27Q-LED-P-27-DVI-Dual-S-IPS-QHD-2560X1440-16-9-Pivot-Tilt-Monitor-/110869169169?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item19d0514411&_uhb=1#ht_14508wt_1163

Just wondering what back-light bleed is like ? any ?

pictures ?


I am not really sure what to expect..
post #3887 of 6172
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Your post highlights exactly what my research showed. The 2713HM has almost double the lag of the 2412m. I guess I am just looking for a few FPS players to confirm it doesn't ruin their game play. I'd hate to spend $550-585 on a monitor and regret it.

I play BF3 & Painkiller on PC. This is from my Samsung S27A850D:

Faster Setting



I find that there is an obvious difference between a low signal delay+pixel response time 60hz monitor vs. a 1 frame delay monitor but it isn't huge unlike the difference between a 120hz TN and 1 frame delay monitor. I usually do very well regardless of which monitor I am using... as long as I tweak the aiming sensitivity.

Unless you try a 1440p monitor you won't know. Get one from a retailer with a hassle free return+exchange policy (Amazon), then you won't have to worry.

There is also the Viewsonic VP2770

Ultra Setting



The Ultra Setting overshoots but the Advanced setting does not and provides essentially identical performance.

Overshoot is just as important as pixel response times, often monitors with such low pixel response times will have obvious overshoot issues (Dell S series & U2713H=overshoot nightmares). Always consult both graphs and read the text!
Edited by MenacingTuba - 4/6/13 at 9:38pm
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Got around to taking a picture of my setup/monitor finally. Would love to be added to the club thumb.gif



^ Taken with my superbad camera that I got a long time ago.





^ Giving my GTX 670 a workout with a single 2560x1440p monitor and a 1080p on it frown.gif. Need more funds for more GPUs!
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Got around to taking a picture of my setup/monitor finally. Would love to be added to the club thumb.gif



^ Taken with my superbad camera that I got a long time ago.





^ Giving my GTX 670 a workout with a single 2560x1440p monitor and a 1080p on it frown.gif. Need more funds for more GPUs!

AREYOUCOPYINGME!? lol nice man, nice.
    
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AREYOUCOPYINGME!? lol nice man, nice.

Nawp tongue.gif.

Only thing I wish about my setup is that that left 1080p monitor was an IPS panel. TN panels look so awful compared to an IPS. THe difference is astounding.
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