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It is still worthwhile to get a comparison. Even if I am buying the fastest motorcycle on the market, I still want to know if it handles like a shopping cart compared to other, slower motorcycles.

One can't just say "it is the best at a certain thing, quit comparing!" **** that.
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So in the end is there another monitor to compare this to ? No so stop comparing coz there is no monitor there with 144hz it's first of its platform

BenQ XL2411T wants a word.

Also the fact that it's 144Hz isn't the only selling point, you need to determine whether the colours, build quality, out of box settings, AG coating etc are better or worse than current monitors.

Seriously I'm waiting for the comparison between the Asus and the BenQ! BenQ on a good price at Scan.co.uk here.

Edit: What about this you guys: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ASUS-VG248QE-24-Inch-Screen-LED-lit-3D-Monitor-/321060773504?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item4ac0b69e80

Looks like some clever chap snapped them up in bulk to sell off at $70 odd more!
Edited by hamzatm - 1/30/13 at 6:32am
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There is some actual stock in a UK store now
http://www.systo.co.uk/uncategorised/asus-vg248qe-3d-lcd-monitor-61-cm-24-90lmgg001q022b1c.html

£290

Id prefer to buy from scan or ocuk though, even if these guys have some good ratings. Not that Scan/OCUK have been any use in replying as to when they will have stock..
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I got mine Friday from Amazon spicy bomb vendor ,Its my first LED panel always had crt`s .It is replacing my sony fw900 (its safe in my closet) .My new VG248QE is great Im very surprised no dead pixels a little light bleed bottom right (no more black desktop) Colors are fantastic very bright had to adjust osd .Gaming at 144 hz blew me away as good as my fw900 a little bit of blur ,but its fast and beautiful... buy this monitor for gaming .Honestly I couldnt be happier, totally worth 330 shipped dollars....thinking of selling my fw900
Edited by Miller31 - 1/30/13 at 8:05am
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Spicy Bomb is the same one on that ebay link above, selling it at $350
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I got mine Friday from Amazon spicy bomb vendor ,Its my first LED panel always had crt`s .It is replacing my sony fw900 (its safe in my closet) .My new VG248QE is great Im very surprised no dead pixels a little light bleed bottom right (no more black desktop) Colors are fantastic very bright had to adjust osd .Gaming at 144 hz blew me away as good as my fw900 a little bit of blur ,but its fast and beautiful... buy this monitor for gaming .Honestly I couldnt be happier, totally worth 330 shipped dollars....thinking of selling my fw900
specool.gifsmile.gif

Mine is 10 minutes away from my house. I spoke to the Fedex rep see if I can go pick it up, I'm waiting on their call. If not then is scheduled to arrive at my house tomorrow.


UPDATE: Its out for delivery this morning!
Edited by EpicSurvivor - 1/30/13 at 8:21am
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This monitor and the BenQ XL2411T 24" 1ms panels will really shine in 2D Lightboost mode @ 120 Hz, not 144 Hz non-Lightboost. For those interested in a glossy conversion, I'll make a post after I see how it turns out. May be a while as I need to make a clean-room one of these days.
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This monitor and the BenQ XL2411T 24" 1ms panels will really shine in 2D Lightboost mode @ 120 Hz, not 144 Hz non-Lightboost. For those interested in a glossy conversion, I'll make a post after I see how it turns out. May be a while as I need to make a clean-room one of these days.

Would you mind posting some pics/tips after you've done one? I've seen the generic guides, but I wouldn't mind seeing VG248QE specific stuff. Wires to avoid, best method for releasing the clips, etc. I may attempt to mod one for fun. Thanks.

Edit: Where would someone aquire OEM glossy monitor coating to protect the polarization layer? I did a quick searching and didn't find much. Thanks.
Edited by Neoburai - 1/30/13 at 9:03am
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My monitor arrives between Feb. 6th - Feb 9th. Amazon seller with FREE Super Saver Shipping @ $279.00 which still at this time is listed as IN-STOCK (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00B2HH7G0/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new).

So noob question time. This is my first monitor @ 120hz+ coming from a standard 60hz. I have a GTX 680 so I would really like to push the smoothness limit here and eventually try the lightboost 2 trick(?), do I need any special cables or anything to use the monitor at this capacity? I only have one hdmi cable hooked into my current 60hz 24" 1920x1200 monitor (Gateway FHD2400). So I just wanted to order needed cables so they will arrive on time along with the monitor so I can hook it up straight away.

Thanks guys! Been following this thread since page 1.
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My monitor arrives between Feb. 6th - Feb 9th. Amazon seller with FREE Super Saver Shipping @ $279.00 which still at this time is listed as IN-STOCK (http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00B2HH7G0/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new).

So noob question time. This is my first monitor @ 120hz+ coming from a standard 60hz. I have a GTX 680 so I would really like to push the smoothness limit here and eventually try the lightboost 2 trick(?), do I need any special cables or anything to use the monitor at this capacity? I only have one hdmi cable hooked into my current 60hz 24" 1920x1200 monitor (Gateway FHD2400). So I just wanted to order needed cables so they will arrive on time along with the monitor so I can hook it up straight away.

Thanks guys! Been following this thread since page 1.

Welcome 2 OCN btw smile.gif

If you want to run @144hz, HDMI won't do it, it's limited at 60hz. You'll have to use a duallink DVI cable or a displayport cable.
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