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Originally Posted by CrossBones3129 View Post

I contacted Amazon and they're going to send me a replacement in 3-5 weeks when they get some more in stock. The monitor is beautiful and I definitely want to keep it which is why I have asked for a replacement! No ghosting, beautiful picture, and beautiful design!

Ah man, you have not had much luck have you frown.gif

Hopefully this 3rd one will be the final one with no problems. Wishing you the best pal.

I have to say I am loving my VE247H, it's a lot better than I was expecting. The colours are great (after tuning) and there is no ghosting or any problems at all. Really happy with my purchase, and it only cost me £130.
post #122 of 126
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Ah man, you have not had much luck have you frown.gif

Hopefully this 3rd one will be the final one with no problems. Wishing you the best pal.

I have to say I am loving my VE247H, it's a lot better than I was expecting. The colours are great (after tuning) and there is no ghosting or any problems at all. Really happy with my purchase, and it only cost me £130.
Oh yeah man, was yours an IPS panel? I'd recommend this monitor anyone, it's perfect except the gray dot lol
post #123 of 126
Every monitor is a gaming monitor man... just find something with a low Response rate and thats it like 2ms-5ms
    
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post #124 of 126
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Oh yeah man, was yours an IPS panel? I'd recommend this monitor anyone, it's perfect except the gray dot lol

No just LED, with 2ms response time biggrin.gif
post #125 of 126
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Every monitor is a gaming monitor man... just find something with a low Response rate and thats it like 2ms-5ms

Your probably right there! I've gone through all this trouble and I bet most monitors would look great! lol
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Your probably right there! I've gone through all this trouble and I bet most monitors would look great! lol
Yes indeed! At least you're not paying $500 for a monitor with the same display lol.
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