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    Yet I forgot to tell you that since you have kepler video card which has 2 cores on board you should really wait for these monitors since Nvidia promised that g-sync technology fixes any stutters which are related to synchronization in multi gpu configs (including sli and 3 way sli). Well, not only multi gpu configs. All configs that have nvidia cards on board starting from 650 ti boost. Stutter/lag/tearing free gameplay. Of course it's not released yet, but you really-really have to think twice before buying new monitor right and not giving a chance to g-sync ones.
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    they are gona be inplemented in one of asus's monitors next year ( close to april mabye ( just guessing here ) )

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    Next year they will be implemented in many monitors (yes, including asus). And this year Asus VG248QE owners should be able to mod their monitors this g-sync module.
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    Hey guys, you missed something. Guess what? Your license files, display settings, program files, cache contents could have problem. Do check all these things as instructed here:
    http://www.techtalkz.com/guides/5292...issues-pc.html

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    Thanks for the BF4 lag update.
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    It sucks that we still have to compromise between 60hz IPS or 120hz TN. (unless you're willing to risk a korean monitor)
    I'm currently using a Dell u2412m 1200p monitor and even the jump from 1080p to 1200p just totally ****s on 1080p quality, I can only imagine 1440p or 1600p if you got the horsepower to push it.

    Yet on the other hand I don't doubt for a minute that 120hz must feel so quick and fluid on the eyeballs. I was eyeing the Benq xl2720z for awhile (suppose to come out soon) It has some pretty cool features like no PWM used for dimming (flicker) 1ms response time low blue light technology (read up about blue light emissions from LED's) 144hz, an overall healthier approach to monitors which I commend Benq for designing.

    The problem with Dells is the fact that it uses PWM below 100% brightness which was giving me major eye strain. But I've decided to keep this baby while lowering the contrast and using a program call "dimmer" so I can keep it at 100% without PWM. I was also used to running games at 40ish+ fps until recently optimizing each game with fraps to make sure there running at 60+ fps.

    Feels like a good enough upgrade for me lol. Hopefully we'll start seeing IPS monitors in the 80 or 90hz range sometime soon...

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    It's true a 120 is very fluid for my self i'll never go lower, not really sure the technology is there yet for better monitors we should be able to have IPS panels that are very fast also 120 & above. No gamer that I know will ever play on a monitor less then a 120.
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    Hmmm has anyone done the Pepsi challenge on this stuff...can you really tell the difference?....I want to see this one day side by side....can't imagine how I lived before the 1.07 billion colours of my IPS panel....but maybe I'll say that about 120--144Hz gaming one day..

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    I have 2 Dell 30 Inch at 2560 x 1600 and a 28 Inch Dell at 2560 x 1440. The 28 is excellent but after playing at 2560 x 1600, nothing compares it is absolutely superb. An no, I see no lag...
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    TN screens tend to be faster at a cost of color accuracy and viewing angles(view from the side/above/below).

    IPS panels are FAR better for color and viewing angles at a cost of overall speed.

    60 to 120 is noticeable to most gamers for sure(even without 3D). I personally have mid way point(S-PVA) screen with rather good color(better IMO than many i see today) and mid level response(for a screen that is 5 years old). Next to a TN it looks better but has more input lag for sure(some users will not notice it while others may go nuts).

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