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Hey folks
I will either buy this one or the Asus 3D model
Would you prefer this one or the Asus?
Also does the Benq Xl2410T fully support 3dvision?
And are you 100% satisfied? (in terms of ghosting as well)

I myself am also curious of this, but I was comparing more of the Acer GD235HZ to the BenQ because I'm more interested in response time. I heard the BenQ's response time was tested to be not 2ms but more like 5ms
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this monitor is way to white omg theirs like no black to it
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Hiya guys...
I have a small question..,
I have 2 x BENQ XL2410T (1 @ 120hz and the other at 60hz) along with 2 x asus 7970
I was wondering if it would be possible to run both monitors at 120hz and (if possible).., how...?
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Hiya guys...
I have a small question..,
I have 2 x BENQ XL2410T (1 @ 120hz and the other at 60hz) along with 2 x asus 7970
I was wondering if it would be possible to run both monitors at 120hz and (if possible).., how...?

Why wouldn't that work?!?!? What's your problem?
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Why wouldn't that work?!?!? What's your problem?

Right now I can only do one monitor at 120hz and the other at 60hz...., the options won't let me run the
other monitor at anything higher than 60hz @ 1920x1080
I would like to have both do 120hz @ 1920x1080...
Any ideas anyone...?
would I need to purchase something else...?
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Right now I can only do one monitor at 120hz and the other at 60hz...., the options won't let me run the
other monitor at anything higher than 60hz @ 1920x1080
I would like to have both do 120hz @ 1920x1080...
Any ideas anyone...?
would I need to purchase something else...?

Did you connect each monitor to a different graphics card, since you have 2? Even if one card can only handle 1 monitor at 120hz, splitting the monitors between the cards should still allow you to do 2 monitors at 120hz?
post #527 of 530
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Right now I can only do one monitor at 120hz and the other at 60hz...., the options won't let me run the
other monitor at anything higher than 60hz @ 1920x1080
I would like to have both do 120hz @ 1920x1080...
Any ideas anyone...?
would I need to purchase something else...?

Are you sure you have the correct DVI cable for the one at 60hz? It has to be a dual-link, the type of cable with all the pins.
http://cdn.overclock.net/2/21/215b66d1_all-DVI-types.jpeg
There are differences
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Did you connect each monitor to a different graphics card, since you have 2? Even if one card can only handle 1 monitor at 120hz, splitting the monitors between the cards should still allow you to do 2 monitors at 120hz?

Yeah, I've already tried connecting the second monitor to the second graphics card but the monitor didn't even lit up.. as in like when the
dvi cable is not connected.

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Are you sure you have the correct DVI cable for the one at 60hz? It has to be a dual-link, the type of cable with all the pins.
http://cdn.overclock.net/2/21/215b66d1_all-DVI-types.jpeg
There are differences

Yeah I have the correct cables. They are the cables that came with each monitor.. Each XL2410T came with the required cable so no problem there...
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Yeah, I've already tried connecting the second monitor to the second graphics card but the monitor didn't even lit up.. as in like when the
dvi cable is not connected.
Yeah I have the correct cables. They are the cables that came with each monitor.. Each XL2410T came with the required cable so no problem there...
You should check to be sure, I think some people have gotten single link cables with their montiors, especially if its refurb. It should have all the pins, not just half.
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You should check to be sure, I think some people have gotten single link cables with their montiors, especially if its refurb. It should have all the pins, not just half.

Five months later I think it's safe to assume he figured it out by now...
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