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post #21 of 44
Well, there are benefits to buying as you call it a "name brand display". There is the osd features, a good stand, better build quality, a better warranty, more features. In the case of Dell, its a wide gamut display if you need that. For professional use I'm sure that its more than well worth the price.


I choose a catleap too but I can see why some people may go with a high end display.
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post #22 of 44
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Well, there are benefits to buying as you call it a "name brand display". There is the osd features, a good stand, better build quality, a better warranty, more features. In the case of Dell, its a wide gamut display if you need that. For professional use I'm sure that its more than well worth the price.


I choose a catleap too but I can see why some people may go with a high end display.

Anyone with an aftermarket stand could care less about the original. There has been very few reports of poor build quality and quite frankly my crossover's build quality is one of the best i have ever had. Square trade is just as good as many other warranties(if you can get it). More features generally means a scaler with multiple inputs and really all i hear when people have said that is INPUT LAG tongue.gif .

I have a qnix and running awesome at 142Hz with the stock cable after i get a good cable could be 144hz(no higher is worth it as i want a multiple of 24).
post #23 of 44
People actually used the stands?

Mine went straight on a VESA desk mount, they're like £20 on Amazon. Worked wonders biggrin.gif
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People actually used the stands?

Mine went straight on a VESA desk mount, they're like £20 on Amazon. Worked wonders biggrin.gif

Same here. in my opinion ALL stock stands are terrible from what i have used(yes Dell fanboys i have used Dell stands). I could get a metal plate and a pipe and make a better stand than most stock ones rolleyes.gif
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Same here. in my opinion ALL stock stands are terrible from what i have used(yes Dell fanboys i have used Dell stands). I could get a metal plate and a pipe and make a better stand than most stock ones rolleyes.gif
And in my opinion, Dell's stock stands are some of the best around - better than most after-market stands.
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And in my opinion, Dell's stock stands are some of the best around - better than most after-market stands.

I will definitely agree they are better than most but i will keep my triple monitor stand by a long shot and in the buying of a monitor this eliminates the limiting factor of checking stand quality(which is my point). wink.gif
post #27 of 44
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And in my opinion, Dell's stock stands are some of the best around - better than most after-market stands.

I agree. All of our company screens use Dells (as they are Dell monitors lol) and they are solid but you can't beat a proper heavy duty VESA desk clamp biggrin.gif
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post #28 of 44
Yeah my Qnix has an awful stand, the worst I've had for a monitor yet! Still love my OC'd Qnix though besides some slight flickering.
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Yeah my Qnix has an awful stand, the worst I've had for a monitor yet! Still love my OC'd Qnix though besides some slight flickering.

In CRU if you change polarity from + - to + + it can possibly clear that up.
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I've owned mine for over a year now with no problems.thumb.gif
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