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The Asus 144hz has horrible colors. The BenQ XL2420TE is MUCH better. I have it between 2 Dell S-IPS and though they are different, it doesn't bother me one bit.

The ASUS VG248QE? I bought one recently to replace my old 22" 75Hz e-IPS (Dell 2209WA) - the ASUS looks very washed out in comparison, I just put it down to being a TN panel...

Is BenQ all that much better? Are there any 24" BenQs that, when using LightBoost2D@120Hz, are far better with colours than the ASUS?

I'd like something with the motion clarity of LightBoost2D@120Hz, same response & input lag as the ASUS VG248QE, but decent colours.

Maybe EIZO FG2421 "240Hz" is the way to go? Is there anything wrong with it for gaming that I'd notice, coming from the ASUS? Edit: Did some quick reading on the EIZO, seems it's hard to get a good one, and even then has some niggles.

I'd also be considering the BenQ XL2720Z, but I think 24" is as big as I want to go for 1080p - maybe they'll release a 24" version? And now that I've got LightBoost, even 1440p@~120Hz on a PLS is a no-go.

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The XL2420TE

http://www.blurbusters.com/benq-xl2420te-best-120hz-monitor/

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=I6wIMaYjklE

Then look @ the reviews on Amazon and Newegg. Lots of comparisons to the Asus.

They are coming out with an improved Z version soon.
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You can adjust gamma in Nvcpl/Windows/Catalyst
not all users know it.

Those settings do nothing for me in BF4. Reverts right back to default.
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I have a feeling fast computers that run 120+ FPS won't benefit much from G-Sync. The real boon there will be for lower FPS, like 60 and below that have wild FPS swings.

Now, of these new panels are able to use improved strobing back-light feature of G-Sync, that could be really impressive.

That's my only complaint with the XL2420TE. The top of the screen is tinted red and the bottom green. And of course, it's all washed out and the NV color settings do nothing for BF4. I'm still within my return policy and am hoping the new Z version w/ its built in strobing feature will alleviate the color issues in LB mode. That said, when I'm playing BF4, the last thing on my mind is the color, lol!
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http://www.anandtech.com/show/7627/asus-at-ces-2014


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now to find out if they work in surround.
Finally, they are going to make a nice looking monitor. smile.gif I hope the stand has height adjustments
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Specs look like a TN tho. $800 for a TN seems like madness.
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Specs look like a TN tho. $800 for a TN seems like madness.

I would only pay over $500 for an IPS, $800 for a TN it would need to have IPS colours with G-Sync and 0ms lag lachen.gif... and even then I probably wouldnt buy it biggrin.gif
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Gsync price rapage.
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ASUS ROG SWIFT PG278Q G-SYNC

sad no HDMI why i need HDMI because i need play XBOX 360 AND PS3 FOR HDMI
Displayport for PC to daam sad no HDMI
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Philips announces 27-inch monitor equipped with Nvidia G-Sync technology - Tech Spot January 6, 2014

Looks like Phillips 272G5DYEB G-sync 144 Hz speculation price $650

Philips' 27-inch monitor with NVIDIA's G-Sync tempts gamers with silky-smooth visuals - engadget January 6, 2014

     
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The XL2420TE

http://www.blurbusters.com/benq-xl2420te-best-120hz-monitor/

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=I6wIMaYjklE

Then look @ the reviews on Amazon and Newegg. Lots of comparisons to the Asus.

They are coming out with an improved Z version soon

Nice, thanks. Like you I will get the Z version if colours are good & antiblur+response+lag are acceptable.
    
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Looks like they got a product page up!

http://gaming.benq.com/gaming-monitor/xl2420z

Shouldn't be long now!
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