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Originally Posted by sledgehammer1990 View Post
When playing games, I notice when I turn really fast, you can see the screen split because of lag. I'm not sure if it is the refresh rate or response time. Meaning some of the screen loads before the other.
LOL.

It's called image tearing and it's caused by your GPU producing higher framerates than your monitor can handle. That's why you use vsync.
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Well then, I kinda didn't know what vsync was. I still am going to return it. I created a LAN club at my school, LOL, and well yea. Don't feel like bringing a 28" in every time we have a meeting. But I did like peoples reaction. Like "Woh" and "I knew you were a gamer, but not that much of one"

So, thanks man for clearing that up
post #33 of 50
Is this the first time you noticed that...could it be the settings of your gts? I know that Asus makes some very high performance gamer stuff the lcd that u posted is really the best for the money I have seen so far...also the contact ratio seems very high...3000:1...I have 700:1 so that's more than 4x ...only thing is seems like the 24...to 28 is the catch of the hanns g...I would like the larger area
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I thought it was the card myself...anyways...i know that the asus has a higher contrast ratio...and resolution....but I would not mind carrying the 28'' lcd hanns even to a lan party or two...after all it's 4 more inches of screen this means you can fit alot more content without switching back and forth...plus $499 is not bad at all...also...the longer I wait to upgrade my lcd the less money I going to get for the one I have now when I sell it...may as well get the best for it now.
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Originally Posted by NuclearCrap View Post
LOL.

It's called image tearing and it's caused by your GPU producing higher framerates than your monitor can handle. That's why you use vsync.
What is vsync....a setting for and on the lcd or a setting in the vga control ???
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post #36 of 50
Just to let you know, you can fit the exact amount of items on the 28" as the 24". The image will be clearer too on the 24". It all depends on the resolution.
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You DO NOT want a 28in monitor if your looking for quality. Here is why:
- same res as 24 in so larger pixels
-large panel with tons of backlight bleeding
-not uniform color and contrast across the screen
-Low end TN panel due to size vs cost

I would take a 24in over a 28 anyday.

If you have the money, consider this IPS panel
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Originally Posted by mortimersnerd View Post
You DO NOT want a 28in monitor if your looking for quality. Here is why:
- same res as 24 in so larger pixels
-large panel with tons of backlight bleeding
-not uniform color and contrast across the screen
-Low end TN panel due to size vs cost

I would take a 24in over a 28 anyday.

If you have the money, consider this IPS panel
That LCD is a nice cheaper alternative to the NEC panel i listed earlier if you don't need the extra bells and whistles. This is what another reviewer had to say about it.

"This is basically a rebadged Planar PX2611W and it reportedly uses the same S-IPS panel as the NEC LCD2690WUXi (but lacks the NEC's processing features). All in all, I would catergorize this as a "prosumer" level LCD monitor. It's a step above consumer models but it's still not up there with the professional displays (which are more expensive). With proper calibration this is an outstanding monitor and a great value."
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What is vsync....a setting for and on the lcd or a setting in the vga control ???
Vsync matches the frame rate with the refresh rate.

So 60fps cap -- 60hz

75fps cap -- 75hz

And so on. It prevents screen tearing.
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Thanks all for the opinions, sorry I didnt get back sooner. It was a very late night lkast night and needless to say my head is killing me today.

I was actually hoping for bigger than 24" only because when I got my first 22" (Samsung 226BW) it was huge, after that one broke I got the Acer 22" I have now and they just dont seem that big anymore. BTW I actually like the acer better than the samsung. The samsung was too glossy, so when light would shine in on my days off I could barely see what I was doing. So thats another thing I have to think about but wouldnt stop me from buying a monitor.

So 24" with 1920x1200 otherwise to go bigger I have to have a higher resolution. I really dont feel like cluttering my system with SLI, but when the new cards come out I will probably buy a higher end one ($450-$600) so hopefully low framerates wont last forever. I mainly play wow (which Im sure my 8800gt can handle at that res) and COD4, which Im not a huge stickler, dont need all of AA/AF to enjoy that game. Hell right now Im playing it at 1024x768 on my 22" monitor with a radeon 9800pro while I wait for my 8800GT to get back from RMA lol.
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