Originally Posted by firefox2501
Just grab a qnix 2710, 1440p ips that can be clocked between 90-140hz depending on your luck. Just sold my old crossover to pick one of these up. Can't wait to try out 120hz at 1440p.
I heard once you overclock it that they are very susceptible to image retention. Otherwise I would have jumped on this guy long ago. That and the fact that I am scared about being stuck with dead pixels.
Originally Posted by ValSidalv21
What would you guys recommend between ASUS PB278Q and ASUS VG278H?
The first is a 27” 1440p PLS and the other is a 27” 1080p 120Hz TN that comes with NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 kit.
I love my vg278h. It does 3d flawlessly although I have to admit that I barley use it outside of viewing 3d movies occasionally. It just puts to big of a hit on the gpu. I will say that witcher 2 looks freaking phenomenal in 3d. The most realistic 3d game I have seen and this monitor kills it.
The 120hz is fantastic though, along with the ghost free environment.
Originally Posted by xentrox
I also have to say, for those here that have 120Hz monitors. If you are not using Lightboost, you are missing out! The guys at blurbusters.com have covered all the aspects to get it working on most monitors that support it.
That's very interesting. So you absolutely HAVE to do this in order to get the most out of lightboost while in 2d? I did a little research on the site and I wasn't quite sure. I already have nvidia 3d vision setup I just don't have it on most of the time.
Originally Posted by BigMack70
120Hz is junk so long as it is joined at the hip with low res TN panels. I'll take 1440p IPS at 60 Hz over 1080p TN 120 Hz any day of the week. Also it is unsurprising that there is no gameplay advantage to the extra refresh rate... It's all placebo effect.
Not to mention I can almost swear on my life that I can for sure notice the difference in fps between 60 and 120. I will admit after 90 it becomes a lot harder to notice though.Edited by Outlawed - 7/9/13 at 12:29pm