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Ok, I'm thinking of pulling the trigger on one of these or possibly even two to go with my VG278H.

Question is is it worth it? is this a good monitor?
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They are more or less the same, I did it on my Dell u2412m and the Asus vg248qe; they both disassembled pretty much the same way.

How does u2412m look? was it hard to disassemble? I have this monitor right now using it for mostly photography stuff, had 120hz LG, going to Dell i did notice in increased input lag, but colors look way better on Dell, but that AG is so strong. Thinking of removing it, but also thinking if i do that, will it cause more problems in editing pictures.
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The difference was very noticeable on the u2412m since the AG coating dell uses is very strong and grainy. Removing it made the image considerably better, especially the whites look pure and not grainy. I am very happy with this mod. In this thread they have more info:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1216559/how-to-remove-anti-glare-coating-from-a-dell-u2312hm-monitor-and-others
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The difference was very noticeable on the u2412m since the AG coating dell uses is very strong and grainy. Removing it made the image considerably better, especially the whites look pure and not grainy. I am very happy with this mod. In this thread they have more info:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1216559/how-to-remove-anti-glare-coating-from-a-dell-u2312hm-monitor-and-others

Thanks smile.gif but reading about problems with polarize filter and glue left over, i just don'a the balls to do this biggrin.gif
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meeh still waiting for mine, damn easterholidays devil.gif
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meeh still waiting for mine, damn easterholidays devil.gif

Mine should be here Wednesday. The schedule has been cleared past 2PM so I can play with it thumb.gif
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Going to go buy new monitor tomorrow locally, either this or benq xl2411T. Does anyone have any NUMBERS considering total input lag between the two monitors? I know they're pretty similar, but I would like to see the numbers myself if they exist. I know I would regret if I bought the one with higher input latency - even if it was minuscule.
Also will be good to see input lag in lightboost mode of asus and benq monitors.
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Did anyone recently have issues w/ the 144hz signal?

I've had my VG248QE since release and now have a critical issue where the 144hz setting basically "jumps" like its unstable.



Setting to 120hz corrects this issue, though I paid for 144hz monitor and want to utilize it's full capabilities. I actually wonder if that's why BenQ markets a so called similar or same panel as 120hz.
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Did anyone recently have issues w/ the 144hz signal?

I've had my VG248QE since release and now have a critical issue where the 144hz setting basically "jumps" like its unstable.



Setting to 120hz corrects this issue, though I paid for 144hz monitor and want to utilize it's full capabilities. I actually wonder if that's why BenQ markets a so called similar or same panel as 120hz.


Could ours be a Oc'd ver of the same panel?
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When I ran it at 144hz I never had this kind of issue
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