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post #21 of 39
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ahhh, those monitors are driving me insane, now I can get LG W2363D which is a 120 Hz screen even cheaper than Eizo and U2311h. And I've heard 120Hz makes the game much smoother? Is this a better choice for my use?
post #22 of 39
EIZO is EIZO ! The better and expensive brand !
OWNED DELL !

Fs2331 is a fast PVA ! The color is not same than IPS but have triple contrast ratio !, perfect dithering, better visual angles, good preset modes, and 5 years warranty + remote control in bundle.

there's a review of tftcentral and say that Eizo is good for games, responsive time and input lag is conparable to U2311H.
Edited by senna89 - 4/27/11 at 2:29am
post #23 of 39
LG panel use A coating excessive ! ridicolous, cause eyestrain for nothing !
Edited by senna89 - 4/27/11 at 2:37am
post #24 of 39
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

there's a review of tftcentral and say that Eizo is good for games, responsive time and input lag is conparable to U2311H.
Can you give me the link? I could not find the review on tftcentral

And can anyone else confirm that reading will be a problem on u2311h?
post #25 of 39
there's another review not only tftcentral, PRAD too.

i have an IPS 22" and the Ag coating cause heavy eyestrain if u read a text.
ridicolous, for game, film, or pictures is ok but for internet browsing or text reading is not horrible but cause eyes doctor visits.

ALL IPS monitor brands use LG pannel, Dell, NEC, Asus, LG, HP and other use only LG panel.
all with hard AG coating.
post #26 of 39
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but Eizo has more motion blur in gaming according to http://www.flatpanelshd.com
post #27 of 39
i dont think that is notable to naked eye if u are not an hardcore gamer.
me too play some years ago with a OLD 8ms TN and after with 5 and 6ms Tn but i dont notable any ghosting, blur effect is subjective.

If u want to buy Dell, buy it, if u usually browse or read u will see.
post #28 of 39
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i dont think that is notable to naked eye if u are not an hardcore gamer.
me too play some years ago with a OLD 8ms TN and after with 5 and 6ms Tn but i dont notable any ghosting, blur effect is subjective.
That and the fact that you can't trust the numbers. Because I won't get into semantics, I'll just give my example


My 1920x1080 TN panel is rated 2ms. At least 2-3 frames of visible ghosting.

My old 1280x1024 TN panel was rated 16ms. Less than 1 frame of ghosting.

That 1280x1024 TN was replaced by a 1920x1200 TN recently. It also has less than 1 frame of ghosting.

My CRT monitor has 0 ghosting.
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post #29 of 39
try both monitors.
post #30 of 39
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How can I try both?
Have you tried this Eizo monitor?

And what did you mean by "can't trust the numbers" De-Zant? That I should trust the test was more correct than the numbers and go for u2311h?
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