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To be fair, not only will be it as good as your old CRT in every way, totally bypassing the shortcomings of LCD (both CCFL and LED) displays, it will be SIGNIFICANTLY better than your old CRT. smile.gif
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The 1ms 144hz display with lightboost - but at 27" and 1080p...thats not a pretty sight. Or a 120hz 27" 2560x1440p IPS panels from Overlord, yup 6ms g2g but looks gorgeous.
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