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post #11 of 42
Op what will be powering the monitor?

If your a IPS junky --->HP ZR24W

here is some other choices'

Samsung SM245B
Dell 2407WFP
BenQ FP241W
NEC 20WGX2
Dell 2007WFP
Dell 2007FP
Belinea 102035W
Samsung SM226BW
LG L226WTQ
Dell E228WFP
Samsung SM206BW
Dell E207WFP

Theres a couple of choices
Edited by Spooony - 4/22/11 at 6:37am
post #12 of 42
Are their any 24 inch 120HZ monitors?
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Are their any 24 inch 120HZ monitors?
Of course there is. I have 3 of them. (23.6")
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What model if I might ask :-) NEVER MIND
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What model if I might ask :-) NEVER MIND
I say jump on it . I see you have a 28", and I just went from a 28" to these 24" and it was the best move ever. I would have even made the jump to a single 24".

I'm assuming you have 1920x1080 or 1920x1200 on your 28". If you have a higher resolution than that (like >$1000 monitor), then disregard. Going from a 28" to a 24" when they both have the same resolution is a pretty substantial image quality upgrade.
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Its 1920x1200. The thing I don't like is the price on 120HZ. THe Benq is and most are like $400 and for that much you could almost buy a Dell U2410 or the HP IPS monitor...
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Its 1920x1200. The thing I don't like is the price on 120HZ. THe Benq is and most are like $400 and for that much you could almost buy a Dell U2410 or the HP IPS monitor...
Yeah, they're a little pricey. They all have pros and cons though. Ever think you'll want 3D?

My monitors were only $350 a piece, too!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824009222
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http://www.overclock.net/online-deal...or-refurb.html

Wait for those to come back instock
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No I would never use 3d, of that I am sure. And one thing is I always use Vysnc that that might defeat the purpose of 120HZ
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No I would never use 3d, of that I am sure. And one thing is I always use Vysnc that that might defeat the purpose of 120HZ
I understand. :nod:

But the only reason to use VSync is to keep the FPS at or below your refresh rate to prevent things like tearing. So you can still keep VSync on, your FPS cap would just double, that's all .
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