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. You honestly think that a 300 dollar monitor is going to be the same thing as a 700-1000 monitor and also magically offer you 120hz as well. .

Yes. You can pay 300$ more for a dell Sticker if you want to. On the other end, I don't see IPS being 120Hz.

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Come on guys. Anyways lets not derail this thread. Back on topic

You are the one always derailing threads.
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LG

Samsung builds their own PLS panels I thought.
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Yes. You can pay 300$ more for a dell Sticker if you want to.
You are the one misinformed always derailing threads. You should pay someone to inform you.

Bro you have some nice things so even you have to realize that this is bogus. LG makes tons of different tiers of screens. Just look at their TV line-up. All LCD's but much different price ranges. Same as Samsung 5000 series all the way up to 9000 series. Again all LCD's. Better screens cost more money. The price difference between a samsung 5000-9000 series is huge. See where I'm going here? Maybe not. The screen on the Thunderbolt although made by LG is a totally different animal then the one on your Catleap or whatever. If you guys are happy with the product then great. I won't say another thing about it.
 
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Oh I see your point. Well then tell me why one would spend $1800 on SLI titans to get a crappy picture like that of a TN. Sorry, if I am spending that kind of money I want it to look like a real life image. Yes, there are TN panels out there with a decent picture, but they can't compete with an IPS.

Modern TN's aren't too bad to be honest. Some of them are quite remarkable.

IPS is designed for colour accuracy for graphic designers etc, not ideal for gamers. Unfortunately the current longevity of TN is annoying (thank 3D for this) and i would love to see an OLED display replace them soon.

Buying a Catleap 120Hz IPS isn't the wrong choice either, those that buy them are simply sick of 1080p and i can't say i blame them. Because i sure am......but for the time being there is not right or wrong choice in buying a monitor.

I was simply emphasizing that IPS isn't ideal for the scenarios people use them for...
 
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Ok. All this debate about monitor quality aside, its going to be really interesting to see the reviews of the Titan (single and sli) after launch to discover at what point (pixel density/resolution + refresh rates + bandwidth) the various cpus and clocks begin to bottleneck these beasts!smile.gif
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Modern TN's aren't too bad to be honest. Some of them are quite remarkable.

IPS is designed for colour accuracy for graphic designers etc, not ideal for gamers. Unfortunately the current longevity of TN is annoying (thank 3D for this) and i would love to see an OLED display replace them soon.

Buying a Catleap 120Hz IPS isn't the wrong choice either, those that buy them are simply sick of 1080p and i can't say i blame them. Because i sure am......but for the time being there is not right or wrong choice in buying a monitor.

I was simply emphasizing that IPS isn't ideal for the scenarios people use them for...

I can agree with all of that. We are stuck between TN not having the picture quality and IPS not being ideal for competitive gaming. I am not a competitive gamer and would hate to spend $1,800 on graphics cards and then be disappointed in the picture. I think that is where the 120 hz catleap comes in. You get the IPS picture, and 120 HZ. Sure it isn't as good as TN for competitive gaming, but it splits the difference nicely for the non competitive crowd. I am also sure it doesn't have the exact same quality picture as an Apple Cinema display, but again it is close enough to more than split the difference there. Basically, it is trying to get as much of both worlds, and doing so with what is available. If samsung came out with a 27" IPS monitor @ 120hz, for around a grand, you bet your butt I would buy it, but that isn't a choice.

Also, what would be your recommendation on a TN monitor 27'+, 120hz, with a picture that could rival an IPS.
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Samsung S27A950D is the best looking 120Hz screen I've seen. Very good color for TN...
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I can agree with all of that. We are stuck between TN not having the picture quality and IPS not being ideal for competitive gaming. I am not a competitive gamer and would hate to spend $1,800 on graphics cards and then be disappointed in the picture. I think that is where the 120 hz catleap comes in. You get the IPS picture, and 120 HZ. Sure it isn't as good as TN for competitive gaming, but it splits the difference nicely for the non competitive crowd. I am also sure it doesn't have the exact same quality picture as an Apple Cinema display, but again it is close enough to more than split the difference there. Basically, it is trying to get as much of both worlds, and doing so with what is available. If samsung came out with a 27" IPS monitor @ 120hz, for around a grand, you bet your butt I would buy it, but that isn't a choice.

Also, what would be your recommendation on a TN monitor 27'+, 120hz, with a picture that could rival an IPS.

Totally agree. Not a lot of gamers (or anyone) have experience with a 120Hz 1440p IPS. As they become more mainstream, the non-believers will be converted, I'm sure. And the Titan will be the first card to enable this revelation!! LoL thumb.gif

Edit: Oh, I just got an email back from a retailer here in Canada. He said they have no idea what the Titan's ETA is, nor do they know when/if it will be available for pre-ordering....curious... At least his response indicates they are definitely going to be a re-seller of this card! #relief
Edited by RJT - 2/13/13 at 10:46am
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LOL its nice to see some of you guys to have changed the point of view somehow...

The hoping for res higher than 1080P and keep up with a 120hz monitor is fading away XD

Good.
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 2/13/13 at 11:04am
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Enough on the monitors already.
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And there ya have it thumb.gif
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The GTX Titan will be launched in a very limited quantity, only some reviewers will get the cards. Actually, each of them will receive three cards for 3-way SLI review. Card will be paper-launched on February 18th, while first reviews should appear a day later, which is normal for NVIDIA they usually release cards on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

I'm curious about the reasoning for sending 3 cards to the reviewers. Do they really think there is a market for Tri-SLI for these cards? Or is it so reviewers can do single card and SLI benchmarks at more or less the same time, so both reviews are available given the short time they have with the card?
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