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I considered posting this thread this afternoon as I thought " why to post a thread about this certain issue .. you learned about different monitors, so why to ask the experts .. "

so .. I thought again and got confused with different monitors 1920*1080 and 2560*1440 ..

First .. I attracted to the BenQ XL2702T and the ASUS VG278HE, because I love to have the fast response
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Then ... learned how they are TN panels and many say that they have inaccurate colors at high refresh rate and low image quality. Then, I introduced to the PB278Q and U2713HM which are 2560*1440 .. and their specs are very nice .. except some issues I found in different sources like they run at 60Hz so response time is slower ..

And I saw this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12p_SgItqxc

and while I saw focusing, I observed at 5:12 when he stabbed the man, that the fast move was little over-shooted that the move is faster than the monitor response ... I just thought that .. maybe I'm not accurate of observing what I think it could be a problem.

And I like the high resolution of 2560*1440 and more nice features like colors and image quality ..

I saw other videos about the ASUS VG278HE and the BenQ XL2702T and I think

My current gaming set is my laptop which has good gaming performance and I want to buy the monitor for my future gaming set
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I like the XL2720T and the new BenQ XL2720Z which I think it's superior to the other TN monitors.

And I like the 2560*1440 .. which I think most of pro gamers like
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Then, I want your comments, opinions and suggestions .. although I'm attractive to the BenQ monitors

I would leave the other details I know for the discussions from you pros
 

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I've thought about Korean monitors, as I have Qnix in my cart at eBay ... and I'm not sure, because:

1. I'm afraid of defects; like, dead pixels and back light bleed
2. I don't have DVI port >> is it effective to buy the HDMI - DVI cable?
 
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