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post #21 of 109 (permalink) Old 01-14-2019, 12:25 AM
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I see. Hopefully TFTCentral gets a review unit and can give us the break down on the response times. Normally "1ms GtG" ends up translating into Min-1ms, Avg-4ms Max-6ms so hopefully this whole "0.5ms GtG" will truly result in something like Min-0.5ms, Avg-2ms, Max-4ms without introducing a crapton of overshoot.

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Yes, especially with these new faster TN models.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/images/a...esponse_11.png
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Above, you can see very fast TN panels like the AOC AG251FZ and ASUS PG278Q have mid to high 2md average GTG. The fastest IPS panels, such as the ASUS PG279Q, have about 5ms GTG. These new "0.5" MS TN panels will have a realistic GTG of around 1.5 to 2 ms, so around 2.5-3 times as fast as the fastest IPS.
Hmm interesting. Seems like it's time to rethink what I know about display tech.


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No mention of ULMB or 3D Vision...
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Super excited about this monitor!
Been using my 55” LG C7, as my main monitor for a long time now.

Even at 1080p 120Hz it has 21ms of input lag.
My mouse feels floaty, so I’m ready to pounce on this, as soon as it’s on sale in Canada.

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are we there yet?

I hope these are out by the time I'm done being patient. Rather rock 3 of these than an 3440x1440.

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No mention of ULMB or 3D Vision...
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1000euro is too much... Will LG have something like this? LGs prices are some much more reasonable (usually)...

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1000euro is too much... Will LG have something like this? LGs prices are some much more reasonable (usually)...
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too much for a tn panel.
$99 would be more sensible indeed.
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I've been checking daily on this thing to order it from Lenovo's site lol. I should be able to get it for about $750 if its $1k through my company's employee purchase program which is acceptable for the first 240hz 1440p panel to me.

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$99 would be more sensible indeed.
Eh. After having multiple high refresh TN and IPS G-Sync displays, I'll take a TN variant anytime, regardless of cost.

The new 240Hz 1440p TN film is supposed to be quite impressive as well, going by media reports.
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