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fixed what?
I fixed no ghosting to less ghosting.
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shouldn't lcd be trying to move towards a bezelless display since IPS came out? the quality of monitor imaging is fantastic these days. i'd gladly take an IPS monitor with no bezel at a moderate price over any new image tech. hell i work with 4 monitors at work and i'd love to get rid of these annoying bezels.
Just because a monitor is IPS does not automatically mean it's good. There are plenty of crappy and cheap IPS panels.
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I'm using a Dell E-IPS screen, and I think it works fine. Granted, I don't play FPS games, but I think people overreact on response time.

I agree that bezelles, fast response IPS screens would be God. Add LED backlighting for the environment, and I'll buy 6 no matter the price.
    
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lol then here's the Orion by Salitek. 9x 42" lcds stacked up to show what they look like together. never seen the product in the "wild" though.

Those display's are terrible, give it a few good hours of operation and watch the uniformity of colors go to the bin.
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On those Orion screens you can clearly see that they need bezel correction. There is still a slight distance between each monitor and it is visible.

I really miss my old CRT. Amazing colors and high refresh rate. Too bad it burned out.
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Those display's are terrible, give it a few good hours of operation and watch the uniformity of colors go to the bin.
Can you explain what you mean here? I am uninformed on this subject.
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post #27 of 80
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excuse me gaming without ghosting???
that is only possible on a crt @ 100hz or more or a lcd @ 100hz or more.
if its just another 75hz and 2ms monitor is has ghosting to some degree.
if you want to confirm this go in game and do a 90 or 180 degree turn, while you do that notice that you do not clearly see your surroundings while moving. this is motion blur. the reason why this happens is because the monitor is not refreshing the image to the monitor enough times, sure it may display the image fast(2ms) but not enough times(hz) for it to remove motion blur. i have a 2233rz @ 120hz and i pass the test.
Nope.

Ghosting is a direct result of high pixel transition periods on LCDs. High refresh modes (120hz) simply smooth image transitions by rendering more frames per second; they're not directly tied to pixel changing speeds.

Motion blur, by nature, is a consequence of your persistence of vision and is not present in computer generated imagery unless the developers implement it.

ontopic: 24" IPS panel, card reader, USB hub, Asus brand name? $800.
    
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I'm using a Dell E-IPS screen, and I think it works fine. Granted, I don't play FPS games, but I think people overreact on response time.

I agree that bezelles, fast response IPS screens would be God. Add LED backlighting for the environment, and I'll buy 6 no matter the price.
I swear if De-Zant saw that, he would criticize you but he's got a point so it's good criticism, response times don't matter. It's the Hz. I can say I will only expect this monitor to have a 60Hz refresh rate. 120Hz is possible though because it's an LED. Big step from LCD.
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I swear if De-Zant saw that, he would criticize you but he's got a point so it's good criticism, response times don't matter. It's the Hz. I can say I will only expect this monitor to have a 60Hz refresh rate. 120Hz is possible though because it's an LED. Big step from LCD.
But response times DO matter. The higher, the more ghosting you get... It's just that they are a marketing lie 99% of the time.

2ms and 5ms are the times that it takes to do gray to gray transitions. The real response times should be measured black to white or white to black for a more accurate number. This should be a lot higher. 15-30ms depending on the transition and panel... So the marketed specs are not to be trusted

Also, 120hz LCD's exist, and LED usually refers to using LED lights in back lighting in LCD panels instead of the usual CCFL lights. Nothing to do with refresh rates


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Edited by De-Zant - 1/14/11 at 7:14am
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... Until bezelless monitors come out I will stick to just 1 ...
Sorry, but from my frame of reference as someone who uses multi-monitor setups on a daily basis both at work and home... this is like saying "Until flying cars come out I'll just walk."
    
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