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Looking for a new Gaming monitor want suggestions

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February 12, 2013 3:44:53 AM

Hello all

Like title says im thinking of upgrading my monitor at this moment i have a BenQ RL2450H and i am disappointed since it wont run 75hz at 1920x1080 which was the reason i bought it. .

what i am after is a 120 / 144hz

the ASUS VG248QE 144hz seems good but read the color accuracy sucks on it :S only heared rumors tho so if you have other oppinions please share them :) 

it must be a 24 / 27" preferably 24

must run 120/144 at 1920x1080 ofc be full HD 3D not required

must have as accurate colors as possible since i game a lot and watch a lot of movies

other things that id like it to have but is not a must is

Being tilt able

and be able to increase the hight and lower it

Other info im useing HD 7950 at this moment will uppgrade to either 2 of them or 8790/8990
when they release and i will use at least 2 monitors maybe three.


Do you have any suggestions at this moment i do not afford to upgrade but just looking at what options i have when i have the money (might be a few months) so ignore the price and please help me find what you think might be the best monitor even those that will release soon

Kind Regards Pappo
February 12, 2013 8:40:25 PM

i have the asus and of course the color is inferior to a dell ips, aus is made for gaming, dell is for photography. i have the asus and the colors looks great for me after you calibrate them
February 14, 2013 8:28:08 AM

Knicks2012 said:
i have the asus and of course the color is inferior to a dell ips, aus is made for gaming, dell is for photography. i have the asus and the colors looks great for me after you calibrate them



oh well thats sounds better thanks for your input :) 
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February 14, 2013 7:40:18 PM

if you want 120hz then it has to be a tn panel which are all 6bit. what this means is that color accuracy is low compared with 8 and 10 bit ips panels.

its a trade off. either you get a far superior panel in terms of viewing angle and color reproduction or you get a fast responding 120hz capable panel. there is no one solution currently.
February 14, 2013 11:19:57 PM

ssddx said:
if you want 120hz then it has to be a tn panel which are all 6bit. what this means is that color accuracy is low compared with 8 and 10 bit ips panels.

its a trade off. either you get a far superior panel in terms of viewing angle and color reproduction or you get a fast responding 120hz capable panel. there is no one solution currently.



Ahh is it due to restrictions in technology or cant the manufacturer just be arsed to do a all in one monitor? :s i mean that *** would sell ^^
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