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Old 17-09-2002, 06:20 PM   #31   [permalink]
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Not bad, but still only 40Hz.
huh 40mhz what refresh rate ?

my LCD is

15" Samsung 152T
450:1
350cd/m2
1025x768 @72mhz refresh rate
25ms
DVI/Analogue connector
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Old 17-09-2002, 07:25 PM   #32   [permalink]
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What he means is: if the fastest speed that the monitor can react is 25 ms, then you can only change the image 40 times per second...
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Old 18-09-2002, 02:18 AM   #33   [permalink]
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huh 40mhz what refresh rate ?

my LCD is

15" Samsung 152T
450:1
350cd/m2
1025x768 @72mhz refresh rate
25ms
DVI/Analogue connector

whoa! ... did a double take on the refresh rate there... I think you might mean 40 hz...
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Old 18-09-2002, 02:25 AM   #34   [permalink]
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whoa! ... did a double take on the refresh rate there... I think you might mean 40 hz...
whoops 72hz refresh rate - http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Ha...s/samsung152t/
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Old 14-03-2003, 10:33 AM   #35   [permalink]
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Just got my LCD about 2 weeks ago.

Philips 150P2E
  • 15" LCD Panel
  • Digital and Analog input
  • Tilt, Raise/Lower & 90deg Pivot for Portrait Display

Theres still lag when I play FPS, but its tolerable. I got this one for $600

I don't have proper specs for this though. Here's a review site though: http://www.zdnet.com.au/reviews/comp...4126-11,00.htm

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Old 20-03-2003, 12:00 PM   #36   [permalink]
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newer ones is 16ms, and i'm dieing for a LCD, i waited till they got better but now the prices arnt as bad and profromace is still good, my eyes.. i been seeing green tingaly thingys even when i'm not on looking in to my monitor, i see it 24/7! for 2 years and i dont know if it will get better i really shoudl see a doctor, i think it happened when i discovered starcraft
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Old 13-04-2003, 05:05 PM   #37   [permalink]
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I love my LCD. I bought it when LCDs were a new thing, and I still prefer it over the CRT. In its native resolution the clarity is a lot better than a CRT display, and I can look at my LCD for ages without my eyes crusting over. Also, LCD displays don't emmit that sonic whine that you get with CRT displays.

I also have a nice big space in front of my monitor that I can use for drawing/written work.

My only gripe over the LCD is that you have to keep it at its native resolution, otherwise things look pretty terrible.
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Old 18-06-2003, 11:05 PM   #38   [permalink]
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I was wondering if anyone has used DVI on an LCD and what kind of image difference there was.

Would it be worth my money to get a card which has digital output?
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Old 19-06-2003, 08:11 AM   #39   [permalink]
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DVI seems to have less ghosting in fast action games than Analog
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Old 20-06-2003, 09:38 AM   #40   [permalink]
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I suffer from serious and severe migranes but an LCD monitor is way too expensive for me, Im building my comp myself with my money only. Its very difficult. a Months pay would be just for the LCD

Whats this thing witht eh lag on games? Im a gamer so lag seriously makes me want to kick the computer when it decided to have a tantrum while I'm in battle. (mainly in CS battles )

*is quite interested in this*
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Old 20-01-2004, 04:29 PM   #41   [permalink]
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if your really into gaming, then get an LCD with a 16ms response time, NEC1760, Planar(forgot the model), Dell 2001FP(kinda expensive ). i have a Dell 1800FP, i game most of the time and the ghosting isn't really that bad.
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Old 26-01-2004, 11:49 PM   #42   [permalink]
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Originally Posted by Bleed
if your really into gaming, then get an LCD with a 16ms response time, NEC1760, Planar(forgot the model), Dell 2001FP(kinda expensive ). i have a Dell 1800FP, i game most of the time and the ghosting isn't really that bad.
I was reading up on LCD monitors a few weeks back and it seems the current king screen for gaming and movie viewing is the Hercules Prophetview 920 DVI...retails for about $550 US. Has the least ghosting and digital artifacting of any of the ones Tom's Hardware reviewed.
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Old 27-01-2004, 01:49 AM   #43   [permalink]
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The refresh rates aren't really a problem unless you're getting into some intensive graphic functions. As far as eye strain, LCDs are much easier on the eyes, even with the lower refresh rate (rule of thumb is that higher refresh rate = less eye strain). My laptop LCD operates at a flat 60 Hz, and blinking really doesn't hurt. My 17" NEC FE700+ at home operates at 85 Hz and I frequently burn my eyes out, and I sit in front of a computer for hours on end. There isn't much difference with graphics performance; that depends on your graphics card just as much. As far as price, a 17" LCD will generally outprice a 19" CRT twice over. I actually prefer running CS on my laptop than the desktop. (Network lag is the least of my worries on a 40 Mbps network)

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Old 23-03-2010, 01:26 AM   #44   [permalink]
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I want to change my LCD and i have already SAMSUNG LCD but i want other one .
According to you which one is best.
Give me suggestions.
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