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X270OC?
Looks good. Not sure about having one input...though I have my 32'' LED on my desk as well for my cable box/PC
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Can you confirm the low lag using side-by-side comparison e.g. compared to your S27A850D or are you completely relying on the Prad measurements?.

The Viewsonic feels slightly faster than my CrossOver, don't have the Samsung anymore since I had to send it in. The VG248QE @60hz I have feels clearly faster than the Viewsonic (PRAD has measure the pixel response times+lag on VG248QE=5ms).

PRAD uses a less expensive oscilloscope but the same methodology discussed in Theimanns input lag article. PRAD has always been leading the pack in terms of testing methodology. They were the first to use the SMT Tool and the first to quit using it.

The biggest difference is actually the pixel response times which the Viewsonic performs quite similarly to a TN such as the VG248QE @60hz, but with slightly more streaking. Camera panning tests in games like Borderlands revealed that the Viewsonic was clearly faster than my CrossOver which streaks less than both the PB278Q & S27A850D and PRAD's VP2770 pixel response time measurements support my conclusion. Playerwares measured the pixel response times on the 2720MDP and it was a few ms faster than the S27A850D.
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Come on now, that picture is clearly very over exposed.
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Which is the best 1440p monitor for gaming? I'm ordering one next week thumb.gif

Refer to the first post.

The VP2770 has the best gaming performance of all the 2560x1440 monitors except some 2,000$+ Eizo's and the overclockeable 120hz monitors, but those are riskier purchases.


Any one else's VP2770 suffer from horizontal tearing? It seems to occur in some games , during movies and normal desktop use during horizontal camera pans or when dragging a window around. I've tried creating a custom resolution with slightly different timings but it seems the internal pixel clock on mine is messed up.

I took some back-light picks but my camera dock doesn't seem to be working. Mine only has a tincy bit of light leakage in the top right corner, basically it looks the same as the PB278Q I reviewed


Edited by MenacingTuba - 4/5/13 at 5:10pm
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Which is the best 1440p monitor for gaming? I'm ordering one next week thumb.gif

I would say the viewsonic right now if looking at domestic or the Asus.
post #154 of 514
The Viewsonic looks damn good, but now this Overlord Tempest has gotten my attention. Especially at $200 less than the ViewSonic.
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The Viewsonic looks damn good, but now this Overlord Tempest has gotten my attention. Especially at $200 less than the ViewSonic.

I considered that at the time or purchase too however the aesthetics of the overlord made me sick... looks like crap. (not the most important part) Honestly I went with the viewsonic for a number or reasons 1 being the grade of the panel. The stand the looks, I felt like I made the best buy for myself.
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HEy Tuba I think we need a Sig tag... Want to update one for people in this rare club on the main page?
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Yes, you're correct. I only have the iPhone 5 camera though. Imagine that pic but a little darker. Clearly, the top and bottom right side of the monitor has obvious bleed. If I'm standing 6 feet away everything looks a lot worse than when I'm at my desk. I'll try to retake it with a better camera and post it up for you.
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The Viewsonic looks damn good, but now this Overlord Tempest has gotten my attention. Especially at $200 less than the ViewSonic.

The Overlords lack a 3 year warranty (don't know if Viewsonic's customer service is good) and the 120hz models do not have menu's so you will not be able to change the colors. Their newer model has a nicer bezel than the old one, but won't be available until may.

New Overlord



Old Overlord



Back-light pictures, both monitors are calibrated and set to 140cd/m2 brightness. Yes, there is a pink IKEA lamp behind the CrossOver.





So no one else has the vertical screen tearing issue? I'm going to make a video to demonstrate, and yes Aero is enabled and I force Tripple Buffered Vsync in the Nvidia Control Panel in all games. Depending on the colors the tearing is really obvious (obvious with light ones, not with dark) and I hate screen tearing. Tried both dl-dvi & DP with 2 sets of cables as well as 2x gpu's and different custom res timings.

I just found out today from Samsung that I have to wait 2 more weeks for them to replace my frame dropping S27A850D even though their rep originally told me 2 and I have to return the Viewsonic to Amazon by the 20th.

Side Note:

It is kind of sad that the CrossOver 2720MDP (500$ from ebay) is one of the ONLY 2560x1440 models with proper 3:2 pull down and 1080p@24hz blu-ray play back support over HDMI on my PS3.
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HEy Tuba I think we need a Sig tag... Want to update one for people in this rare club on the main page?

I'll look into it.
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My previous option was Overlord x270ME but i asked and Scribby told that it uses pwm flickering and has input lag 18-35, so i kinda looekd for other option like this one.

But i have question about that LG 27EA83, does it use pmw flickering?
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...1080p@24hz blu-ray play back support over HDMI.

So it actually displays 23.976fps BD content perfectly? Does it advertise this to the BDP, or do you have to use an EDID spoofer to force the BDP to send it?
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