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post #11 of 17
So only in 23" no 24" love... and Im assuming that the 27" variant isn't 120hz either?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824254093

Le Sigh if isn't.

Could someone confirm whether or not the 27" variant is 120hz or not?
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Originally Posted by OwnedINC View Post

But I want 120Hz output. =(
If it takes 120Hz input... it means it can really do 120Hz.
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Originally Posted by Hatchet View Post

Evidently its CFL, not LED backlit.

but still......solid spec list for the price.
CFL is better than edge-lit LED. wink.gif
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Yeah, it will be here tomorrow. Only cost me $134.95 free ship no tax, not bad for 120hz, even if it is a TN panel. I used the $15 off for using Google Wallet. I needed a second monitor anyway, probably won't use it for gaming right off the bat as my Korean 1440p is OC'd to 108hz. But if it ever dies on me at least I have a 120hz to fall back on... I can't game at 60hz anymore, I refuse. xD
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post

CFL is better than edge-lit LED. wink.gif
For backlight bleed, definitely --

But not for motion clarity (e.g. LightBoost or other backlight-driven methods of motion blur elimination). It is technically impossible to achieve good enough motion blur elimination using a CCFL backlight. You need the short pulsewidth of LED (whether backlit or edgelit) to achieve the order-of-magnitude motion blur elimination. Even fast CCFL still has too much phosphor decay, which interferes with motion blur reduction-via-strobing.

(For motion of framerate=Hz, using regular 120Hz only has 50% less motion blur than 60Hz, while LightBoost 120Hz can have up to 92% less motion blur than 60Hz -- a full order of magnitude reduction)
Edited by mdrejhon - 7/24/13 at 9:28pm
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NewEgg has discontinued it (Newegg has been discontinuing a lot of things, lately).
   
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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by mdrejhon View Post

For backlight bleed, definitely --

But not for motion clarity (e.g. LightBoost or other backlight-driven methods of motion blur elimination). It is technically impossible to achieve good enough motion blur elimination using a CCFL backlight. You need the short pulsewidth of LED (whether backlit or edgelit) to achieve the order-of-magnitude motion blur elimination. Even fast CCFL still has too much phosphor decay, which interferes with motion blur reduction-via-strobing.

(For motion of framerate=Hz, using regular 120Hz only has 50% less motion blur than 60Hz, while LightBoost 120Hz can have up to 92% less motion blur than 60Hz -- a full order of magnitude reduction)

the cheapest LED 120hz panel costs $400... this cost me $135... lulz i'll get over it.
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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

the cheapest LED 120hz panel costs $400... this cost me $135... lulz i'll get over it.
Yep, that's quite inexpensive for a 120Hz monitor.

That said, several other 120Hz monitors don't cost $400. The ASUS VG248QE costs only $250 on Amazon, and it has LightBoost.
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