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Old April 30, 2010, 11:05 AM
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Just got it. Plugged it in and it looks awesome. Just have to tweak it a bit now.
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Old April 30, 2010, 11:20 AM
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I can't notice the difference for anything over 60hz. I don't think my eyesight is good enough. I'd only go out of the way for 120hz if I wanted to do 3D.
Really? I had the 2233rz for a couple of weeks before returning it for an RMA replacement due to backlight bleed, and the 120Hz was a dramatic improvement over 60Hz. I then sold the replacement because I didn't want to chance the backlight bleed happening again. I'm now eying the 120Hz Acer 24" model, but I'm hesitant because the panel quality of my P-MVA loaded 24" LG was also dramatically better than the TN 2233rz's panel. Ugh, some company please release a 120Hz IPS ASAP!
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Old May 5, 2010, 05:08 AM
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Once you go IPS you can't go back...
If you like Fast paced FPS you sure can. For online gaming you don't want a uber quality panel, but a damn fast one. All the other stuff is not important. This is coming from a HardCore IPS user. In the end many of us have had to opt for 2 different displays. One for gaming, the other for everything else.
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Old May 5, 2010, 05:11 AM
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Ugh, some company please release a 120Hz IPS ASAP!
Not going to Happen. In-Plane Switching has inherent physical limitations and so far Only Twisted Nematic can realistically switch fast enough for a 120Hz refresh rate.
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Old May 21, 2010, 03:28 PM
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Samsung 2343bwx : 2048 x 1152, absolutely amazing screen, 23", really nice and bright, looks awesome on games, and its HUGE for DVDs... Slick design. Had it for 2 months now, and am still in complete Love. $200 shipped to my door.
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Old July 9, 2010, 12:02 PM
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Samsung 2343bwx : 2048 x 1152, absolutely amazing screen, 23", really nice and bright, looks awesome on games, and its HUGE for DVDs... Slick design. Had it for 2 months now, and am still in complete Love. $200 shipped to my door.
That seems like a super large resolution for a 23" LCD. Though it does look very appealing. What video card are you using to run that thing at the res while gaming? Also where did you get it for $200.00?? Thank you in advance!
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