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Originally Posted by Huguito View Post

Yes i have.. beautifull image, real state etc and what not.. trust me i loved that monitor

BUT

when things start to move the "blur" the trailing frames still in picture when a new one is there (i have no idea how to explain it better).. i cant stand it anymore !!!! it actually makes me feel weird and dizzy after a while..

and i was forcing myself to "like" that monitor i still really want 1.. but in practice, im just going to regret it and sale it sooner or later :S

Just picked up a 30" S-IPS HP ZR30W and played Black Ops 2 for a bit and didn't see any "blur" whilst gaming and it's a 7ms response time.. Man 1600P is amazing to game at btw.. biggrin.gif
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post #22 of 24
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Thanks for all the suggestions. I had picked up the ASUS PA248Q (1980 x 1200) IPS monitor thumb.gif Gonna hook it up tomorrow & enjoy using it biggrin.gif
post #23 of 24
The tiger direct near me is horrendous I was there a couple days ago looking at some 1440p monitors. They had 2 asus and the Samsung pls both hooked up with a vga cable. So I asked someone if I could properly see the screen since both had static running through them. Finally he shows me how they have them hooked up to a row of probably 8year old e machines. Which obviously had no dedicated gfx card either. So it was only outputting 1080p and could hardly do that with all the snow on the display. I have the asus as well, I calibrated it with an i1 pro, actually same setup tft uses except newer version and really does have some excellent color reproduction.

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post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by mdrejhon View Post

Pixel response time do not always necessarily dictate motion blur.
For people who are sensitive to motion blur (e.g. CRT die-hards), the sample-and-hold problem must be considered.
Stroboscopic displays with slower native panel pixel response times, have far less motion blur than non-stroboscopic displays with faster native panel pixel response times.

See the following articles:
BlurBusters: Why Do Some OLED's Have Motion Blur? -- the sample and hold problem
TFTCentral: Motion Blur Reduction Backlights -- outperforms yesterday's scanning backlights

As a result, only certain displays, such as LightBoost stroboscopic backlights can produce the CRT-quality feel of fast panning motions (pans, turns, zoom-by's, etc), fast-moving images that look as sharp as stationary images when you track eyes on them.
See above.
Also see LCD Motion Artifacts 101 -- you might be seeing overdrive artifacts.

thank you very much for those links, i understand much better what is going on with "me" tongue.gif
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