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LOLz well if it makes u feel better its not on sale anymore......but this one is pretty good then...? Well now that its regular at $300 its a bit much.......

what is the advantages of IPS and why does it seem to be so popular nowadays?

IPS monitors have super high viewing angles, so u can see it perfectly from pretty much any angle you look at it. IPS monitors are also the best at replicating colors so they look amazing.
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Also LG makes the best screens you can buy today,

but it is also a very personal thing and depends on what u can see because not everybody is able to see more than 30 fps or more than 60hz but i do, so when i look at those slow screens i think its a waste of money and i am not the only one who thinks that. I wanted the fastest screen there is and that's the screen i got now the Asus VG248QE there is not even a competitor for this screen and how bright the colors are.

look for urself http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313
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IPS monitors have much better colours, better contrast ratio, pretty much everything is better other than response time but that's barely noticeable.
It is a nice monitor but if you're spending that much you'd be much better off buying a 1440p monitor.
You are getting way to hung up on response times, manufacturer quoted response times literally mean nothing at all.


You got to be kidding me right?! you are saying that there is no difference between my 1ms screen and the 14 ms screen you mentioned?!

Well i am sorry to say man but than you must be or blind or you work for LG LOL

I don't have your information right because of cos you see the difference between those screens man don't talk about thing you don't have knowledge of please.
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You got to be kidding me right?! you are saying that there is no difference between my 1ms screen and the 14 ms screen you mentioned?!

Well i am sorry to say man but than you must be or blind or you work for LG LOL

I don't have your information right because of cos you see the difference between those screens man don't talk about thing you don't have knowledge of please.
If one manufacturer is claiming 1ms response times and another is claiming 8ms then obviously the 1ms one will have a faster response time. I'm just saying you shouldn't buy a monitor because of response time, read some reviews instead of looking at the specs because the specs don't tell you much. TFT Central always have a very in depth pixel responsiveness section:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2713hm.htm
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Grey to grey numbers are pointless. They are only one component of input lag, and not even the most important. Similarly, TN panels are nice and cheap, but just not super high quality. You want IPS for better color/better viewing angles or VA for better contrast/better viewing angles.

You want my vote, the BenQ GW2450hm ($175):
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX39259

4ms Grey to Grey but better input lag times than the 2ms monitors above, & better contrast with the VA panel. And it it's a quality 24" monitor that fits in your budget. These are new, good, and BenQ even sponsors e-sports. Thank them for that if you buy the monitor.
    
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Also LG makes the best screens you can buy today,

Implementation of overdrive & other concerns have nothing to do with the panel manufacturer. Almost all ASUS monitors are from LG panels, but ASUS monitors are generally much higher quality than LG monitors because of a variety of these technical details. Don't be foolish & confuse high quality panels with high quality monitors.
    
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Well i don't know what games you all play than but i had samsung syncmaster with 2ms screen and my nephew had iilmaya both with 2ms screen and both were 85 hz and we have the same video card and both we get very bad image and the colors are the worst i ever seen on a screen and the ghosting and tearing is terrible and those were over 200 euro screens and u are telling me that an IPS screen of 5ms is good for gaming?

2ms response time has nothing to do with ghosting. You are completely confusing two different issues caused by two different processes - user input lag (about five factors only ONE of which is gtg response time) & panel ghosting (generally has to do with hardware overdrive implementation).
    
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If one manufacturer is claiming 1ms response times and another is claiming 8ms then obviously the 1ms one will have a faster response time. I'm just saying you shouldn't buy a monitor because of response time, read some reviews instead of looking at the specs because the specs don't tell you much. TFT Central always have a very in depth pixel responsiveness section:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2713hm.htm

Yes you are right don't buy at specs and like i said before it is personal what you can see.

And that monitor you mentioned is way to expensive it costs a whopping 479 euro's here and the Asus cost me only 300 so yes the colors are better and maybe the screen too but you are comparing 2 very different monitors here

The Asus is 24inch and the dell is 27inch and a different price tag. Again: for gaming there is simply no substitute for the Asus screen. the colors are the best i ever seen on a screen and the best is that is very cheap compare to the other monitors like the benQ they tested with and even that monitor has only 120 hz and belive me u will see the difference between 120 and 144 hz i saw it myself and it is not that the other monitors are bad or crap but you simply can't have both like the best colors and the fastness of the screens.

Also if u buy screen personally i don't like Samsung or Phillips what I've seen the screens are bad and very slow. But the LG is doing much better For example my nephew bought the screen that the company said it was good im talking the iilmaya here for 200euro's so we tested it and it was lagging all over the place and the colors were even worse no matter what we did we could not make it right and this was an 2ms screen btw.

He had an old LG screen bought in that time for like 130 euro's and it was far outperforming the iilmaya screen and the samsung, still there was ghosting but not as much as the other two.
So what i am saying is that it is important to buy a good brand screen with good warranty and Asus is known of its outstanding warranty's like i experienced myself.

So a long story short if you want to game buy The Asus screen or it is only for pictures and movies the IPS screen has better colors but is significant slower at gaming.
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Was linking to the website sorry, not the specific product.
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Everyone in here is getting so mad lol. TN panels have okay colors, certainly something you can get used to over time. In my opinion, I wouldn't buy an IPS for any less than $300/250 euros because of how immature the technology is and how slow the panels are at the lower end. Also, I never understand the argument about viewing angles. i can't think of any realistic scenario where you'll be exceeding a TN"s usable viewing angle in normal use (for a computer monitor).
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