Originally Posted by OneGun
The cable that came with mine works better then a 24awg cable I bought got green lines at 120hz with the monoprice cable..
Originally Posted by SamTheGreat
I'm also wondering about this. Does the monitor come with a good cable?
This has been discussed, the stock cable is a pretty good cable and may work better than most. However there has been several reports that monoprice cables 24AWG specifically have the potential to do better but it is known to be very hit or miss. For example i bought 3 monoprice cables to test with 2 of which did not do any better than the stock cable. The last one got me 6hz farther than before(do not hold this as a certain number it will all very from cable to cable and monitor to monitor). To be more precise this was the difference of being at 132hz and then going to 138hz all other variables remaining equal and image quality remained the same. (please note that i got very lucky with the panel i got with its overclocking ability and you may not be able to go this far with any combination of variables).
With this being said if you do get an aftermarket cable to try and improve your overclocking ability or image quality(uniformity) i would recommend getting at least 3 cables to test with maybe more. Given that on monoprice and most reasonable DVI cable retailers these are only about 5-10 dollars it is not an outstanding price for a project and you can always use the cables elsewhere or sell them like i did(considering there like 40-80 dollars in local stores it should be easy to recoup your loses).
Mainly i don't want a few people who had bad luck buying one cable to shy others away from trying it as another potential variable to get to +120hz stable.