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Been talking to them about "the best" called Vikuiti, but that appears to be made by a contractor in Germany and is very expensive. Over $100/panel.
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Oh so I can have 30-60fps in a game but still use this 120-144hz? I didn't know that. If that's the case now I don't know if I should get this or the Catleap/Crossover 1440p.
You can but it's pointless, higher hz just allows you to see more FPS if you have it. I play Bf3 on low to get ~100 minimum fps. At 1440p you will have even more FPS problems.
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The LG has a GtG Pixel Response Time of over 7ms - it has the least amount of overdrive of any 120hz display. This makes its real terms input lag pretty high, despite having a so-called thru-mode to reduce signal lag.

No way, LG W2363d has no Input Lag, it was measured against a CRT with Thru Mode Activated and the difference was 1 or 2ms. Is the lowest input lag LCD ever.
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No way, LG W2363d has no Input Lag, it was measured against a CRT with Thru Mode Activated and the difference was 1 or 2ms. Is the lowest input lag LCD ever.

the LG in question has about 16ms average pixel response time, but it's input lag was pretty low itself.

As I understand it, when they speak of input latency they usually just add input lag + avg pixel response time = total perceived input lag

so using this method LG W2363D has a total input lag of 16-18ms and the new benq has ~3-4ms?
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Any 120 Hz monitor is an improvement for fast action video gaming, even for an AMD video card. Without LightBoost, you simply will just only get ~50% less motion blur, instead of ~90% less motion blur. (Versus a 60Hz LCD)
I didn't order my pc yet, but considering i'll buy the VG248QE is it worth to switch the 7950 with 660ti? I generally chose the 7950 because i can overclock it higher for more frames per second..
And why do people say that 120hz LB > 144hz?
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Has anyone used/owned/compared the trusty old Samsung 2233RZ to this panel?

The Samsung was the first 120hz display and the only panel I've ever owned that was even remotely acceptable in gaming besides a CRT. I am extremely picky and play competitive FPS only, and not slow ones like CS. Anyone have any hard facts about the VG248QE input lag?

Really hoping this panel fits my needs.
    
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2232RZ had about 10ms input latency from what I gathered in the past.
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I didn't order my pc yet, but considering i'll buy the VG248QE is it worth to switch the 7950 with 660ti? I generally chose the 7950 because i can overclock it higher for more frames per second..
And why do people say that 120hz LB > 144hz?

That's 144hz without LB because LB can't be done at 144hz anyway. It can only go to 120hz and it does look great (much more smooth) with LB than without LB.

The only issue I have is until there's some kind of file or program that can keep LB on without 3D mode or something to make the monitor think you are running in 3D mode always except you really aren't, then sadly, I won't be using LB much. The only way I can get LB is to turn on 3D of course and I already know about Ctrl+T to turn it off ingame from reading here, but it's a pain with some of my games. I had to restart my PC with one game I have. I'll be searching for something that can do LB without having to turn on 3D or leave it on. Yes, I've done the thing with leaving NV Control Panel open and after the LB option, turning off 3D from within the panel with LB staying on, but it isn't a 100% fix as it eventually goes off anyway.
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And why do people say that 120hz LB > 144hz?

120Hz LB just isn't better than 144Hz non-LB, but far better.

Read this:

http://marky.com/backlight/faq/zeromotionblur/
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2232RZ had about 10ms input latency from what I gathered in the past.

Yep, it's not perfect. I was in college and relying on an aging CRT - I had to jump on it the minute it was available. There weren't many options back then and 120hz on an LCD sounded glorious (in reality it felt like a CRT at 90-100hz, but still playable).

I've been holding out for a 120hz IPS but apart from the Korean displays that seems impossible. If I can run 144hz with equal or less (but much prefer zero) input lag I'll be happy.
    
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