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post #1 of 12
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ok this is what i need.

a monitor with these specs



120hz

under 5ms input lag would really like it if someone was able to find 1 ms input lag but remeber its gotta be 120 hz and be borderless frame(narrow bezel)

MUST BE BORDERLESS MUST OR BOUT AS CLOSE TO BORDERLESS YOU CAN GET meaning i dont want to be able to see and bezel inbetween the screens when i have them side by side by side. (i plan on having 3 i dont want there to be alot of black space inbetweeen each screen)

contrast ratio of 50,000,000:1 or higher

this will be a setup meant for gaming


price range of $300-350 for each screeen




pls help me i havent been able to find anything close and what i ghave found didnt have 1 of the things mentioned above. such as it had low input lag but it was a 60 hz screen or it was a 120 hz screen with 7 ms input lag i want it lower.



so yes if you guys could help me out i would really appricate it
post #2 of 12
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ok this is what i need.

a monitor with these specs

Let's see...
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120hz
Ok.
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under 5ms input lag would really like it if someone was able to find 1 ms input lag but remeber its gotta be 120 hz

Ok.
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and be borderless frame(narrow bezel)

MUST BE BORDERLESS MUST OR BOUT AS CLOSE TO BORDERLESS YOU CAN GET meaning i dont want to be able to see and bezel inbetween the screens when i have them side by side by side. (i plan on having 3 i dont want there to be alot of black space inbetweeen each screen)
What do you consider borderless?
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contrast ratio of 50,000,000:1 or higher
No screen on the market does this. Any number (any number) above 5000 right now is an outright lie. The best you're going to see is about 3000:1 contrast ratio.

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this will be a setup meant for gaming


price range of $300-350 for each screeen




pls help me i havent been able to find anything close and what i ghave found didnt have 1 of the things mentioned above. such as it had low input lag but it was a 60 hz screen or it was a 120 hz screen with 7 ms input lag i want it lower.
No manufacturer quotes input lag at this point - you need to look at reviews in order to measure input lag. Response time is a different story - but any Lightboost monitor will have the response times you want (and the effect you want). See this thread for more details.


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so yes if you guys could help me out i would really appricate it
Given that you want this for <$350, I think it's safe to say that not a single monitor exists on the market that meets all of what you want, especially considering some of the specs you're looking for are non-existent except as marketing fluff.

That being said, look for LightBoost capable monitors. They'll most closely approximate what you are looking for. Ignore Contrast ratio measurements - most manufacturers quote dynamic contrast - a useless measure. Only look at static contrast ratios - if they provide them at all.
post #3 of 12
First of all, we need more information in regards to what you consider "borderless"

Secondly, for <$350.......won't happen.

Also, input lag is different to response time and I think you might be getting them confused? Don't focus so much on dynamic contrast ratio, as kevinsbane said, static contrast ratio is far more important because it determines the contrast between the brightest white and darkest black that can be displayed on the same frame. Dynamic contrast just outlines the contrast between the overall brightest white and darkest black which imo, isn't as important as having a monitor with a higher static contrast.

But basically, for that budget, you aren't going to find anything. I actually think what you are looking for isn't even available on higher priced models either. Everything is a compromise and sounds like you want the "perfect" monitor, which doesn't exist looking at the specs you are after. You can get some monitors with a few of those features, but you will be hard pressed to find any monitor with ALL of your requirements. They are unreasonable and I think you need to revise what you are after and look for something more realistic.

Not trying to shoot you down, but just sounds like what you want is impossible. Especially in the price range. After all, if you want the best, you have to be prepared to pay for it and $300-$350 is not going to get you what you seek.
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post #4 of 12
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http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/MX279H/#overview.

This would be perect if it was 120 hz...... note how the borders are super low bezel like there wouldnt be a lot of distance between the edges. Of each screen
post #5 of 12
Off the top of my head, I'd suggest the BenQ XL2420T. I know several people who use them in a tri monitor setup, works very well! But, I doubt you'll find them for under $350 ea. Amazon has them the cheapest @ $390.
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post #6 of 12
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:/ bezel is to wide on it
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:/ bezel is to wide on it

Samsung 120hz's have pretty small bezels
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:/ bezel is to wide on it

You have to understand that 120hz monitors are not mainstream yet, and are not many different models yet.

These are some of the best out right now:
Acer GD235HZ
Asus VG236H
SAMSUNG S23A700D
PLANAR SA2311W
BenQ XL2420T

The BenQ and the Samsung 700D have the thinnest bezels. But you will have a tough time finding any of the 700D in stock anywhere.

Plus, I hope you have at least dual 680s or 7970 to run this.
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post #9 of 12
Honestly I don't believe that one single monitor exists that will meet these specs.
   
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post #10 of 12
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:/ bezel is to wide on it

The bezel on the BenQ xl2420t... is a thinner bezel than the Asus MX279h. Don't let the pictures fool you. The bezel on the Asus is ~20 mm on all sides. The BenQ has a bezel of 18 mm.
Edited by kevinsbane - 2/16/13 at 6:13pm
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