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Hey All,

I recently own a Samsung 2233RZ 120HZ LCD for about 2 years now.
All the BenQ marketing and advertising got me thinking about buying a XL2411T.
I only play FPS games like: Counter-Strike Global Offensive and COD Black Ops 2.
Is the 1ms reaction time worth it over the 3ms i have now? and what about the 120/144hz difference is it really noticeable?
Atm i play on 1050p and probably want to go for 1080p on the benq.
Any help is much appreciated thanks alot.
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Hey All,

I recently own a Samsung 2233RZ 120HZ LCD for about 2 years now.
All the BenQ marketing and advertising got me thinking about buying a XL2411T.
I only play FPS games like: Counter-Strike Global Offensive and COD Black Ops 2.
Is the 1ms reaction time worth it over the 3ms i have now? and what about the 120/144hz difference is it really noticeable?
Atm i play on 1050p and probably want to go for 1080p on the benq.
Any help is much appreciated thanks alot.
The biggest improvement about the XL2411T, is that it has LightBoost.



This is confirmable by your own eyes.
View www.testufo.com right now in Google Chrome on your computer monitor.
You'll notice that at 960 pixels/second (~1pixel/millisecond)
-- 120fps UFO has about ~8 pixels of motion blurring on your 2233RZ
-- 60fps UFO has about ~16 pixels of motion blurring on your 2233RZ
-- 30fps UFO has about ~32 pixels of motion blurring on your 2233RZ
(though at low 30fps rates blurring begins to look like back-and-fourth motion)

Bit if you get enable LightBoost, the motion blurring will go down to only about 1-2 pixels.
(1.4ms = 1.4 pixels of motion blurring during 1000 pixels/second motion).

You end up being able to read the small text in TestUFO Panning Map Test, something you cannot currently do with your 2233RZ.
Edited by mdrejhon - 10/23/13 at 12:17pm
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