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Best monitor for 3d apps + ASUS MX279H ghosting / screen tearing?

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Sup,

I've been testing out a couple of ASUS MX279H's and I notice a heavy screen tear when rotating objects in 3d programs. I don't notice these on my monitor that I use for gaming.

It's an LG E24442V something or other and it claims 5ms typical time. It runs at 60hz like the ASUS MX279H which claims 5ms Gray to Gray.

ASUS MX279H is an AH-IPS Panel and the colours are insane compared to the LG TN panel.

This isn't a comparison just more of a question of which monitor (to buy another) will give me no screen tearing when rotating objects with Immense poly counts in 3d apps.

Before you ask I'm not running the 3d apps on my computer they are running on Server Grids with xeons and tesla's gpus. So hardware wise the computer can handle anything you throw at it. Except a brick and waterm they might break it lol hehe tongue.gif

The monitor needs to be cost effective and needs to show no signs of screen tearing.

TL;DR

Would 120hz bee the way to go? even though there aren't any IPS 120hz monitors? thumb.gif
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I think no screen tearing is impossible but a 120hz low respose time TN panel would give you much less screen tearing.

 

Do not expect the insane colors IPS monitors have.

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I think no screen tearing is impossible but a 120hz low respose time TN panel would give you much less screen tearing.

Do not expect the insane colors IPS monitors have.

I've found a 120hz IPS panel

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=558_1368&products_id=22696

just for example, it SAYS it will push 5ms but even due to the limit of the cables of 16ms, will i ever get anything that will reduce it so much so that large companies like "Boeing" with their models of the planes wont notice it using virtual desktops?

I just can't find a good monitor that wont screen tear as much. I want as little as possible. No monitor so far that I've tried have done so, I'm sick of companies lying to me saying "it will be great for that use Chris" then I try it, nek minnut horrible input lag with screen tearing + the display specifications have lied.

argghhh and I can't grab Dell Ultrasharps either due to a company agreement / disagreement.
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I think no screen tearing is impossible but a 120hz low respose time TN panel would give you much less screen tearing.

Do not expect the insane colors IPS monitors have.

forgot to say, yeah I know it wont be any where near the colour of an IPS, I wish a company would come out and make a 120hz IPS panel that is excellent.
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I've found a 120hz IPS panel

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=558_1368&products_id=22696

just for example, it SAYS it will push 5ms but even due to the limit of the cables of 16ms, will i ever get anything that will reduce it so much so that large companies like "Boeing" with their models of the planes wont notice it using virtual desktops?

I just can't find a good monitor that wont screen tear as much. I want as little as possible. No monitor so far that I've tried have done so, I'm sick of companies lying to me saying "it will be great for that use Chris" then I try it, nek minnut horrible input lag with screen tearing + the display specifications have lied.

argghhh and I can't grab Dell Ultrasharps either due to a company agreement / disagreement.

I never ever heard of that AOC 3D Ips panel you linked. Specs seem wonderful though but I honestly can not comment on it. Also do not believe at the response time specs. They are usually misleading. I've seen monitors advertising 5ms response time but when some website reviews it, the response time is usually over 20ms.

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forgot to say, yeah I know it wont be any where near the colour of an IPS, I wish a company would come out and make a 120hz IPS panel that is excellent.

 

So far most IPS panel I knew of are native 60hz but can be Ocable to 96 or even 120hz. Some people claim that OCing might have some bad effects though. However the AOC 3D IPS panel you linked seems to be 144hz native. If true that is incredible really. I have a feeling that the AOC monitor is better than the Asus MX you tried, but I can not say it for certain.

 

I love IPS panels especially the 1440p resolution ones. But there is no denying that my 120hz TN panel is just so darn fast. Never ever saw any kind of ghosting even in the fastest of games. 120hz also helps in tearing.

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