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Mine arrives this Friday wheee.gif

Have you used a 120hz monitor before?

You'll love it thumb.gif
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post #12 of 14
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Have you used a 120hz monitor before?
You'll love it thumb.gif

Nope, never in my entire existence. I'm upgrading from a mediocre 60Hz LCD monitor. Can't wait to see my SLI 680 Lightning in action biggrin.gif
post #13 of 14
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Nope, never in my entire existence. I'm upgrading from a mediocre 60Hz LCD monitor. Can't wait to see my SLI 680 Lightning in action biggrin.gif

SLI 680's drool.gif
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post #14 of 14
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So a couple months ago I upgraded from a 20" LCD HP 2009m (1600x900) to a 27" LED HP 2711x (1920x1080). The 2711x has a 5ms delay and I think that's what's holding it back in terms of gaming. I love the display but I just ordered my roommate's ASUS VS248H-P and set it up for him and- WOW. Is it the 2ms delay that makes it look that much better? I mean the color contrast is great but the fluidity is night and day between my 2711x and his VS248H-P, and thats not even 120hz! So I'm looking at selling my 2009m (for whatever I can get for it tongue.gif ) and using that towards the ASUS VG278HE. So how does the VG278HE fair? What about 3D- is it worth getting the glasses for? I don't care for 3D movies in theaters but I haven't tried 3D gaming yet. I'm excited for the 144hz though. Also, will my GTX670 DCU2-TOP handle the 3D if I chose that route? $500 is a bit much but it is a sweet display. rolleyes.gif
What's the chances it will go on sale during the November madness?

Thats weird - i have the VS248H-P, and honestly it's not anymore fluid than my 6ms Korean IPS - in fact i think the Korean is better for gaming because of the ever so slight input lag reduction due to having 0 scalars.

Maybe i should test actually playing a game on both screens again...ill clone a fast game like L4D2 or something

Both are still annoying due to 60hz and screen tearing - unless you turn vsync on, which tanks input again
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