Myrandex said:My VX910 is all set up running off of DVI on my Radeon 9700, and it sure is beautiful. I reformatted so no games are set up yet, but CS:CZ is downloading right now. It is one of the first LCDs I have been on that is bright, but it seem sot display whites correctly. So many LCD's display whites so bright it kind of offsets everything else in the picture, sometimes making things not look right, but I have to say this looks perfect. Mine did not include a DVI cable though, but my dad had an extra one. That kind of surprised me because her VX500 came with a DVI cable. Everyone that has seen the monitor is extremely impressed by it as well. If anyone wants information or anything like that, I'll gladly provide.
edit -> I will be buying the Best Buy 3 year Product Service Plan (basically an extended warrantee). The VX910 comes with a 1 year warrantee if purchased within the U.S., and I think a longer one (maybe 3) if purchased outside of the U.S. I am not sure why. I have always had excellent luck with viewsonic monitors (can't say the same for RAM, motherboards, or power supplies) with them lasting though. I still have a 15" monitor that looks perfect and its been running for over 8 years.
bnice said:Hi guys, I just wanted to add something to this thread. has anyone considered LCDs from AD Neovo? http://www.neovo-usa.com/products/products.htm The Sony LCD you guys are discussing looks and performs really good with its 12ms responce time. However, its contrast of 500:1 I thought was kind of low. Ive been looking at AG Neovo and most of their LCDs have a response time of 15ms/10ms (Rise/Fall) and have a contrast ratio of 700:1. What do you guys think?
Creef412 said:For all those interested in the VX910 i just placed an order for it at www.jr.com. Got it for $689 plus a $100 mail in rebate = $589. and since i don't live in new york theres no tax. Only problem is that there out of stock, but i'm willing to wait. When i get it if anyone wants any info about it i'll be happy to share.
JackieO said:Question - www.jr.com has the VX910 for $689.98-$100 MIR = $589.98 right? They also list a $50 rebate that ends today (8/25) and the CSR said both are applicable. I don't see how that's possible since they are both Viewsonic rebates. Is he smoking crack?
I'm a rebate noob, so I thought I'd ask.
DPO said:Well, one of the guys at OCUK emailed Viewsonic and they told him it is a 25 ms TFT. Buy nobody report ghosting, and all love the color, so i dont think it really matters . ?? Im new to these panels but dont you lose color the lower you go in response time ( or something like that) ?? Maybe thats why it looks so good?? ( ok, that sounded very noob.... )
Creef412 said:Well i got it, unpacked it, and it kicks ass. So far i've tested it on UT2K4, NFSU, and Farcry(all running at 1280x1024). All games were played on a Radeon 9800Pro. From what i have seen there is no ghosting whatsoever and the only time i saw a screen door was when i brought it in off the pourch. The screen is crystal clear and the colors are sharp and nice to look at. I'm am upgrading from a Viewsonic A90f+ and the differance is well worth the cost.
I would post some pictures i took but i have no where to host them as of now. i'll try to get them up as soon as possible.
Missed that one, but my monitor arrived today. So much for the one to two week delivery. Was a nice surprise. I am going to try and turn the rebate in and see if it works. Not sure if buy.com is authorized or not though.ArthurDent said: