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It sure does. Playing games in 3D has made me go back and play games I bought and did not particularly care for like....

MAFIA 2
Black OPS
and Just Cause 2

These games just look and feel amazing in 3D!
Have you played Black OPS, or Bad Company 2, online multiplayer while in 3d?
    
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Have you played Black OPS, or Bad Company 2, online multiplayer while in 3d?
I have on both, looks great but generally I play multi on 2d cause 3d does worsen my ability a bit. Most likely because I'm still getting used to it.
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^^^ I totaly agree with you multiplayer takes some getting used to in 3d u have to tell yourself that you will get owned many times until u start beeing good again

but single player bc2 black ops mafia2 looks superb
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Been saving up for 3D Vision for the past few months. Managed to get my hands on a 2nd GTX 470 and an NVIDIA 3D kit. Its just the monitor left; which is were I would like you suggesiton, please.

Would you go with
ASUS VG236HE LCD or the BenQ XL2410T LED?

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I'd go for the Asus, amazing monitor but admittedly I do not know much about the BenQ as it is fairly new. I've just heard some iffy things about BenQ as a company.
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I'd go for the Asus, amazing monitor but admittedly I do not know much about the BenQ as it is fairly new. I've just heard some iffy things about BenQ as a company.
Thanks for your opinion. I have to say I'm kind of swinging towards ASUS as well. 3yr warranty compared to BenQ's 2yr. ASUS' brightness rated at 400 cd/m²
while BenQ is 300. From what I read, if the room is bright (which mine is usually), the higher cd/m² helps us see a clearer picture.

No idea about contrast ratio. BenQ is 1000:1 and ASUS is 100000:1.
That is a BIG difference!

But 2 things against ASUS - it uses 60W but BenQ uses 40W. And BenQ is LED backlit which is better than ASUS with CCFL, right?


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LED backlit is just personal preference really. Some people like the look of LED and some LCD. I prefer LCD personally and the contrast ratio is probably because one measured in dynamic and one in static.
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Been saving up for 3D Vision for the past few months. Managed to get my hands on a 2nd GTX 470 and an NVIDIA 3D kit. Its just the monitor left; which is were I would like you suggesiton, please.

Would you go with
ASUS VG236HE LCD or the BenQ XL2410T LED?

Between Benq and Asus - I'd probably go with Asus, because if everything else on pair, Asus brand is kind of more appealing. As noted above, LED backlight isn't much better. According to google gods though, both Benq and Asus have glossy screens. I personally was debating between Asus and Alienware (Dell), and went with Alienware (matte screen), even though its much more expensive. If you're fine with glossy finish of your screen - my vote is for Asus.
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LED backlit is just personal preference really. Some people like the look of LED and some LCD. I prefer LCD personally and the contrast ratio is probably because one measured in dynamic and one in static.
Cool. I haven't used an LED monitor before and I'm satisfied with my current LCD. So LCD it is!


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Between Benq and Asus - I'd probably go with Asus, because if everything else on pair, Asus brand is kind of more appealing. As noted above, LED backlight isn't much better. According to google gods though, both Benq and Asus have glossy screens. I personally was debating between Asus and Alienware (Dell), and went with Alienware (matte screen), even though its much more expensive. If you're fine with glossy finish of your screen - my vote is for Asus.
Oh great. I completely forgot about that. I really like matte screens, got really used to my previous 15", so I got my current 23" in matte as well. Looking at the Alienware, it looks very stylish, but I just can't afford to pay £162 more than the ASUS (the ASUS is pretty expensive as it is ) Also, tech specs on Scan say it doesn't have HDCP support, and IIRC, HDCP is required to play Blu-ray over HDMI/DVI. I'll just have to get used to the glossy screen, I suppose, but thanks for the suggestion
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Oh great. I completely forgot about that. I really like matte screens, got really used to my previous 15", so I got my current 23" in matte as well. Looking at the Alienware, it looks very stylish, but I just can't afford to pay £162 more than the ASUS (the ASUS is pretty expensive as it is ) Also, tech specs on Scan say it doesn't have HDCP support, and IIRC, HDCP is required to play Blu-ray over HDMI/DVI. I'll just have to get used to the glossy screen, I suppose, but thanks for the suggestion
Of course it does:



But it indeed outrageously priced compared to other 120hz offerings. Oh, well. At least it worth it.
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