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Since now I really need a 1440p-monitor with hdmi I'll just buy this CROSSOVER New 27QWHDMI IPS LED 27" LG AH-IPS Panel 2560X1440 DVI HDMI PC MONITOR USD$329.00

I might grab a Qnix/X-Stars (single input DVI-D Dual Link) if I needed another monitor later! but is the 120Hz really worth it with response time of 6/8 ms?!

120Hz isn't really necessary unless you play FPS/action games often. For me, it's not that beneficial in movies/shows, RPG games, nor MOBA games.

As for the response time, I don't see any ghosting with 6~8ms with my current Qnix. Even with my older IPS monitors (HP ZR22w/ZR2240w) that run at 8~14ms, I did not see ghosting in fast games like BF3.

I think that Crossover should be fine for what you want it to do. 1440p is a big difference from 1080p and I like it over my 3x 1080p portrait setup (3420x1920).
    
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I would personally use only dual-link DVI for 1440p, and the overclockable korean displays are not true 120Hz and are frame skipping. I would advise you to buy a proper Dell or Asus monitor and clock it to 70-80hz.

Please don't post false information when you have no idea what you are talking about.
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Since now I really need a 1440p-monitor with hdmi I'll just buy this CROSSOVER New 27QWHDMI IPS LED 27" LG AH-IPS Panel 2560X1440 DVI HDMI PC MONITOR USD$329.00

I might grab a Qnix/X-Stars (single input DVI-D Dual Link) if I needed another monitor later! but is the 120Hz really worth it with response time of 6/8 ms?!

I would not have chosen that monitor, but if you have already pulled the trigger then I guess it's too late.

Yes 120Hz is absolutely worth it.
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Please don't post false information when you have no idea what you are talking about.
I would not have chosen that monitor, but if you have already pulled the trigger then I guess it's too late.

Yes 120Hz is absolutely worth it.

I don't see why not, I have the crossover27qw and it is better than the 27q in color, build (not quality but aesthetics), and in srgb coverage. It's actually similar to the 2755 and the 2763 amg blacktune monitors, and it is all thanks to NCX for posting that at wecravegamestoo forums. I saw that his review of the crossover blacktune was no different from the 27qw other than that 8bit - 10 bit panel that is infused with it, which is not really useful for consumer use. It's also $300 with dvi only, but if people want the overclock ability, 99% color accuracy with a bit saturation, then I'd go with the qnix and xstar. I have both the qnix and crossover, and I actually like the crossover a little more for color reasons, but the qnix is great in its own right and definitely commendable.
Edited by vlenbo - 10/30/13 at 2:00pm
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Please don't post false information when you have no idea what you are talking about.
I would not have chosen that monitor, but if you have already pulled the trigger then I guess it's too late.

unfortunately.. it's late.. from what I find here that most monitors are "almost" the same.. except the design build, inputs and little difference in specs.. I know that 120Hz only available on single input DVI-D Dual Link.. though I need the HDMI now more than 120Hz

Why you won't choose this one! is it because of the 120Hz or something else? maybe this will help other buyers.


Yes 120Hz is absolutely worth it.


Though I think it's hard to push and maintain stable 120 FPS now without compromise..
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Originally Posted by Fromm View Post

Since now I really need a 1440p-monitor with hdmi I'll just buy this CROSSOVER New 27QWHDMI IPS LED 27" LG AH-IPS Panel 2560X1440 DVI HDMI PC MONITOR USD$329.00

I might grab a Qnix/X-Stars (single input DVI-D Dual Link) if I needed another monitor later! but is the 120Hz really worth it with response time of 6/8 ms?!

120Hz isn't really necessary unless you play FPS/action games often. For me, it's not that beneficial in movies/shows, RPG games, nor MOBA games.

As for the response time, I don't see any ghosting with 6~8ms with my current Qnix. Even with my older IPS monitors (HP ZR22w/ZR2240w) that run at 8~14ms, I did not see ghosting in fast games like BF3.

I think that Crossover should be fine for what you want it to do. 1440p is a big difference from 1080p and I like it over my 3x 1080p portrait setup (3420x1920).


120hz is awesome for movies/shows... @1440, use MadVR with med-high settings and reclock and enable smoothing. (or for other options, there is the Smooth video project, not my tea.. but people love it)
also find that normal desktop work is slightly enhanced with 120hz
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