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IPS is only for professional use, for desktop user is useless and the difference of colors is not so big in Windows.
144Hz is better
No I disagree. You can see a clear difference the viewing angles are much better and the colors are much deeper.
post #42 of 61
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

IPS is only for professional use, for desktop user is useless and the difference of colors is not so big in Windows.
144Hz is better
No I disagree. You can see a clear difference the viewing angles are much better and the colors are much deeper.

senna89:
Have you ever owned an IPS, a good one like S or H? Because, personally...TN's make me upchuck in the mouth a little. thumb.gif

JayXMonsta said it best. Once you've owned an IPS, TN's are as detestable as spinners are to SSD's. biggrin.gif

Why can't we has IPS AND 120?! mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
post #43 of 61
IPS don't cause you to have ghosting or a bad gaming experience at all. They don't have bad input lag or bad response time as long as you research your monitor well before buying.

TFT is the best site for research on a monitor I've found.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/

With the whole 144hz vs IPS debate. First I'd be addressing if you can either push the latest games at 144FPS. Because unless you can and will consistently keep your games above 60FPS then there is no point to having the 144hz monitor and you may as well have the IPS with amazing colours and contrast.

I have a triple IPS monitor gaming set-up and I am in no way at a disadvantage to any 120hz player. I am just as competitive because I bought good monitors. Any monitor IPS or TN can be bad for gaming, it depends on the monitor not the type of panel used.
    
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post #44 of 61
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senna89:
Have you ever owned an IPS, a good one like S or H? Because, personally...TN's make me upchuck in the mouth a little. thumb.gif

JayXMonsta said it best. Once you've owned an IPS, TN's are as detestable as spinners are to SSD's. biggrin.gif

Why can't we has IPS AND 120?! mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

I had Dell U2311h, LG IPS226V and now i have Eizo FS2332 ( the best ) so i know the IPS look and powerfull.
And the difference with a good TN is not impressive in Windows, nothing "WOW effect".
post #45 of 61
I'm considering upgrading from a VH232H to this panel (Asus 144hz). Worthwhile? I've heard good things about the Dell IPS-E's but I've also heard plenty of bad things too. Plus I can get this for quite a bit cheaper, and value fluid motion more than color accuracy.
Edited by ice445 - 3/30/13 at 2:15am
post #46 of 61
I've used 120hz before, its great, I plan to upgrade it to it once I've built my new rig but until then I'm in no way at a disadvantage to 120hz users. Anyone that thinks simply because they have a 120hz screen (or the latest gear) they will automatically have an edge against anyone with a 60hz screen needs to get out of the house a bit.

And I'm not ya mate.
    
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I've used 120hz before, its great, I plan to upgrade it to it once I've built my new rig but until then I'm in no way at a disadvantage to 120hz users. Anyone that thinks simply because they have a 120hz screen (or the latest gear) they will automatically have an edge against anyone with a 60hz screen needs to get out of the house a bit.

And I'm not ya mate.

I never mentioned refresh rates.

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I'm considering upgrading from a VH232H to this panel (Asus 144hz). Worthwhile? I've heard good things about the Dell IPS-E's but I've also heard plenty of bad things too. Plus I can get this for quite a bit cheaper, and value fluid motion more than color accuracy.

I would recommend the vg248qe.
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Overlord x270OC
I own one, 2560x1440, max 132Hz overclock, IPS.
Do it.
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Overlord x270OC
I own one, 2560x1440, max 132Hz overclock, IPS.
Do it.

If only it were that simple. Still won't have the fluidity of the vg248qe or benqxl2411t, for example.
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It seems like some relevant information has been removed from this thread - so I hope no one was interested in first hand experience based comparisons to make a buying decision - as those posts appear to be gone.* I myself found it fairly informative.....

Basically there was an explanation of what exactly the differences between LB and high refresh rates are - in addition to a healthy dose of reality concerning competitive gaming.


Edit: I do not claim to have posted any relevant information before - I was referring to others' posts. I am not knowledgeable in this area. (the area of refresh rate vs other factors)


*This post might not last long itself - due to the fact that the others were removed.
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