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Any progress on getting light boost to work at 144hz? I know there probably Is minimal gain over 120hz LB (motion clarity), but every bit helps. I was thinking more about eye fatigue.
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i have the vg278he i need to update it with this one or not?
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Originally Posted by TheYonderGod View Post

I got mine biggrin.gif Just played a round of Bf3, it is amaaaaazzzing! wheee.gif
144hz is so unbelievably better than 60hz. Even before I'm used to the slightly different sensitivity due to the different screen size and on my first round before I was warmed up I played extremely well.

I can't try the lightboost because I have AMD :/
The stock colors suck even compared to my old crappy TN, but after some tweaking they're about as good, and after some more they'll probably be better.
There is a little bit of backlight bleed, but I wouldn't have even noticed it if I wasn't looking for it.
Antiglare is fine to me, I can't stand glossy screens
Viewing angles are fine, I don't know why people make such a big deal over them, you should be sitting in front of your monitor anyways.
I don't see any flickering.
The stand is awesome especially compared to my old monitor. Height adjust is awesome, and pivot may come in use. It feels sturdy.

Genius! What I was looking to know thanks +rep smile.gif

Any info from someone who has another 120Hz to try it against? Specifically if anyone has a BenQ XL2411T that would be a very useful comparison for anyone on the fence between the two of them (me thumb.gif)
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I really just want to let you guys know how Freaking unbelievable this is! just WOW! So smooth and not only that its almost like the colors and texture are more vivid too!

I haven't tweaked around with the monitor settings, when you first plug it in the desktop doesn't look great using out the box settings.... but the games just looks amazing.

Its so nice to be able to play Black Ops 2 with out Vsync at 60 FPS.... I got BO2 caped at 120 and I haven't had no screen tearing at all, its just amazing

drool.gifheart.gif

Cheers mate!
Edited by hamzatm - 1/30/13 at 3:07pm
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post #274 of 2231
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i have the vg278he i need to update it with this one or not?

Differences are
1. 24" on this one, so it is smaller but stuff will look more detailed and sharp because it is the same resolution.
2. Apparently this monitor has less crosstalk/ghosting when in lightboost mode.

Not much else afaik.

I would personally do it because for pro/competitive gaming, etc: the smaller 24" monitor allows one to comfortable focus on more of the screen at once (ie a larger visible field of view) while seated at the same distance from the screen as a 27" one.
Edited by hamzatm - 1/30/13 at 3:10pm
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Originally Posted by TheYonderGod View Post

I got mine biggrin.gif Just played a round of Bf3, it is amaaaaazzzing! wheee.gif
144hz is so unbelievably better than 60hz. Even before I'm used to the slightly different sensitivity due to the different screen size and on my first round before I was warmed up I played extremely well.

I can't try the lightboost because I have AMD :/
The stock colors suck even compared to my old crappy TN, but after some tweaking they're about as good, and after some more they'll probably be better.
There is a little bit of backlight bleed, but I wouldn't have even noticed it if I wasn't looking for it.
Antiglare is fine to me, I can't stand glossy screens
Viewing angles are fine, I don't know why people make such a big deal over them, you should be sitting in front of your monitor anyways.
I don't see any flickering.
The stand is awesome especially compared to my old monitor. Height adjust is awesome, and pivot may come in use. It feels sturdy.

Isn't it just great!? I'm sure many of the more experienced computer professionals on the "Forums" and experienced users will find many Cons to this monitor and they will say that the image quality is not great and what ever else... but coming from a Asus G73 ROG to my 60hz 24" Asus was amazing enough, now going to 144hz its just jaw dropping. I mean just the ability to play games with out having to play them capped at 60 to avoid screen tearing was about the only reason I bought this monitor. And let me tell you, in just 2 hours of using it, it has already started paying off... Its like I'm able to use the full potential of my new RIG rather than before on the 60hz monitor I was limited to 60FPS for every single game in order to avoid "VERY" Severe screen tearing on anything above 60FPS.


So far I haven't found anything I don't like about this monitor... only thing is that the colors out the box don't look too great, but that's common...
post #276 of 2231
I should have mine shortly so I'll try to give a comparison to the older Viewsonic vx2268 it'll be replacing, I'll also be trying Lightboost later tonight so I'll try to give some feedback on that.
post #277 of 2231
Did anyone try to do lightboost yet? I have the 27 inch asus inf file and i was going to install it but didn't look like it was letting me do it.
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In stock at newegg. just placed an order.
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In stock at newegg. just placed an order.

BOO-YUH me too! wheee.gif
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Make sure you guys have a duel link Dvi-d port or a DP cable when your monitor comes in or you will have a bad time.
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