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Mine does, I can't speak for the rest...I can't really see much difference between 120 and 144 though so I stick with 120, as 144 requires a bit of extra grunt from my gpu

well im fine with 120hz. coz i really like that benq model. haha. im not really fan of the asus one, its design is like a basic monitor imo.
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well im fine with 120hz. coz i really like that benq model. haha. im not really fan of the asus one, its design is like a basic monitor imo.

You like the one I have? XL2411T? I love it, Manged to pick it up for 180 quid on ebay brand new....a steal wink.gif BF4, Titanfall etc. looks smooth as butter on it.
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You like the one I have? XL2411T? I love it, Manged to pick it up for 180 quid on ebay brand new....a steal wink.gif BF4, Titanfall etc. looks smooth as butter on it.

yeah i like their design. im trying to look if theres that model in my country.. i think we only have xl2420t in this place
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well i just sit on my chair most of the time.
game like 70% 10% movies then 10%browsing and 10% Developing games. like that.

For your usage, the XL2420T is good enough.
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For your usage, the XL2420T is good enough.

Do I remember reading a few bad reviews for colour reproduction on the XL2420T?
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Do I remember reading a few bad reviews for colour reproduction on the XL2420T?

oh really? i wasn't aware of that.. so maybe the xl2411t is better and a good buy compared to the other model/brand out there?
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Do I remember reading a few bad reviews for colour reproduction on the XL2420T?

The OP has an IPS monitor and i'm just saying that you will notice a difference in image viewing if you're coming from an IPS/VA panel screen.
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post #28 of 53
The XL2420Z / XL2720Z / X2411Z Version 2 is better than the XL2420T / XL2720T / X2411T respectively.

BENQ Blur Reduction Version 2 is superior to LightBoost.

Just make sure you get a display with Version 2 firmware (compatible with Strobe Utility).
Edited by mdrejhon - 3/20/14 at 10:48am
post #29 of 53
I might recommend you look at the QNIX QX2710 for your needs.

They are are like $300 USD ( maybe less in phillipines! )

they generally can be set to refresh rates anywhere between 60-120+hz.

Its alot of monitor for alot closer to yuor budget.
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The OP has an IPS monitor and i'm just saying that you will notice a difference in image viewing if you're coming from an IPS/VA panel screen.

well i dont really enjoy the display of ips right now, coz i turned down the settings coz it strains my eyes. if the TN panels is pretty good but not that great as an ips i think i can live with that.
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