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    The over-60Hz LCD thread

    Yeah, I concur with that... I'm a big time user of CRTs (since my first computer in 2001 or so, and haven't really used any LCD much cause the tech always disappoints), and I can't stand 60hz... It's almost like I can see the flickering at 60hz. It actually does look different to me, and it also...
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    Need help for display choice

    The Eizo EV2333 has a DisplayPort. It's S-PVA. Costs a bit more than most TN, but has vastly superior image quality. Keep in mind though, it has stereoscopic gamma shifting crap going on, but you may not care..... Supports 1:1 mode. The NEC EA231WMi has a DP as well, it's an IPS and costs less...
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    x-xVA panel based LCD with no gamma shift?? (and what causes the shift?)

    Actually, yes I do. Not at pure black images, but I often have no lights on, and the lamps that are sometimes on are located way behind monitor (and for this reason I wouldn't mind a glossy/non-AG display at all). And even with the lights on (the room does turn rather bright with them on, it...
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    x-xVA panel based LCD with no gamma shift?? (and what causes the shift?)

    Of course, either VA or IPS is way better than TN... I traded my TN display for some dude's CRT which I'm using now (but it has some annoying issues). The reason I consider VA (mainly been looking at Eizo's) is because of the vastly superior black levels and colors in general. From what I've...
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    x-xVA panel based LCD with no gamma shift?? (and what causes the shift?)

    Yes, I know. I'm thinking that it might be corrected using QuickGamma. Then again, maybe that won't help at all. If the F2380 indeed has gamma shifting then certainly I'm not considering it.
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    x-xVA panel based LCD with no gamma shift?? (and what causes the shift?)

    Does it exist? EDIT 2: What I'm referring to is the kind of shifting as seen here: http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1034342905&postcount=18 I was strongly considering either buying the Eizo EV2333 or waiting for the FS2331, but I had read about the gamma shift issues of VA- based LCDs and...
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    Eizo EV2333W

    Can you, or anyone else who got one (or a similar Eizo), share with us how you experience the AG coating? According to the manual PDF it has "Anti-Glare Hard Coating" (says the same thing in the FS2331 manual). I had the 2209WA and I consider its AG coating to be very aggressive. It was...
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    BenQ new VW2420/EW2420 VA panel with LED backlight.

    I could be totally wrong here in my thinking... but, shouldn't you be able to correct/counter that with QuickGamma...?
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    BenQ new VW2420/EW2420 VA panel with LED backlight.

    Another review: http://www.pcworld.in/product/review/benq-vw2420h-34282010 http://www.pcworld.in/product/review/benq-vw2420h-34282010/performance Just putting it up there for people... Can't say I think it looks so promising though, the high dotpitch alone turns me away... I...
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    BenQ new VW2420/EW2420 VA panel with LED backlight.

    If that is the same monitor just with a different stand, then... according to the BenQ site: "...monitors feature an anti-glare, matte-finish..." http://www.benq.com/products/product_detail.cfm?product=1735&pltag=3&ptag=273 Curiously, on the info pages of the other monitors nothing is...
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    Eizo EV2334W review

    I wrote a mail to Eizo and asked if this monitor will be released in Europe, and they wrote back that it will not... Most likely it won't be released in America either. Thought I'd just reply here with that, in case anyone's waiting for this screen... I'd say, either get the EV2333 or...
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    Eizo EV2334W review

    A newer model, not the EV2333WH. Here's some useful PC computer cherry information...
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    Samsung F2380 vs F2380mx

    Officially they're 60hz of course, but can these properly do 72hz or more? At native res and at lower resolutions respectively. (lower res on these would have to be done via "do not scale" in the nvidia control panel as they do not support 1:1 pixel mapping, unless you want the picture...
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    Input lag and responsiveness in other resolutions?

    Of course... but it's more that I dislike very high resolutions, rather than the widescreen itself. I'm most used to 1280x960 (4:3) on a CRT so that space is enough for me. Horizontally, 1280x1024 is the same but just gives me more vertical space (which is fine). 1440x1080 is indeed a good...
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    Input lag and responsiveness in other resolutions?

    Yes, of course... I should've been a bit more clear to begin with when I wrote about the Eizo because my whole point (which I thought about when writing the post but failed to mention) is that it supports 1:1 mapping. (I'm looking for an LCD with better blacks and uniformity than found...
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