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Just makes you wonder, how much will they charge for this ""ground-breaking"" technology?

4900 sek.

http://www.komplett.se/k/ki.aspx?sku=800283&cks=ASS&assoc=B99EC1DD-959C-4C0C-9D36-284FB69F5D76



Looks like a pretty sweet monitor.. Definitly an upgrade from tn-panels.
post #32 of 889
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4900 sek.

http://www.komplett.se/k/ki.aspx?sku=800283&cks=ASS&assoc=B99EC1DD-959C-4C0C-9D36-284FB69F5D76


Looks like a pretty sweet monitor.. Definitly an upgrade from tn-panels.

So almost double the amount of a lightboost supported, 144hz g-sync -ready monitor.

Not to mention, higher res monitors.
post #33 of 889
Sick monitor. Good colors and nice speed. More expensive but prolly worth it. You dont change monitor as often.
post #34 of 889
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Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post

I'm not an expert but what sort of advantage is there beyond 120Hz or 144Hz for gaming as it is?

EDIT: Oh nvm, I see it's a VA panel.

It's smoother...



The eye doesn't see in FPS. 120 Hz is pretty good, but more is still smoother. We aren't near the limit.
Not to mention that as FPS goes up, input lag goes down. Higher refresh rates allow higher vsync'd FPS which makes vsync a lot less laggy than it is now. Vsync on a 60 Hz monitor feels really odd, vsync on a 120 Hz monitor feels fine, vsync on a 240 Hz monitor will feel like there's no vsync at all if you can maintain such a high FPS.
Edited by B!0HaZard - 10/30/13 at 6:10am
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Edit2: Yep they're not interpolating. It's just doubling the frames.

Aw. I admit I only skimmed through the article though. I dunno if I would've preferred them to interpolate.

Gaming and interpolating frames is never in your interest. Unless the input is not dependent on the frames being drawn, then it would be fine, but in this case, it isn't. This shouldn't be a good gaming monitor.

120, 144hz, etc. LCD monitors need to be frame capped to 60 hz and merely have the individual pixels refresh at a higher rate. LCDs don't work like CRTs, and 120 hz monitors don't behave nicely unless you are running at 120 fps.
post #37 of 889
Hmm VA panel, poor mans IPS but still an improvement over TN.
post #38 of 889
Having a hard time trying to pin down the price for this monitor. One site says 499 euros, but as I don't live in the eurozone, that doesn't help me much.

VA does have a very distinct advantage over IPS: deep blacks and high contrast ratio, that IPS tends to fail at in comparison.
post #39 of 889
the black's on a VA panel are as good as a Plasma screen so that’s a huge step forward over a grey/glowy IPS / TN
post #40 of 889
I'm having an extremely difficult time picking up a 120hz 1440p.. now they drop this 240hz shenanigans.

I give up. lol
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