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Cooler Master Is Entering the Gaming Monitor Market with GM219-30 and GM219-35

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    fry178 Maha Guru

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    sorry, but the same with many other monies above 30", for ~1000$ i can get a 43/49in uhd tv with HDR/120Hz/local dimming..
     
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    ladcrooks Master Guru

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    agree with the above - I use a 40'' Lg 4K tv at half the cost. Ben using tv's for yrs :D
     
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    what's the response time on those? maybe not competitive....

    That iconic shape of the stand of the monitor made me laugh, I like that.
     

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    RavenMaster Maha Guru

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    Still not proper 4K 120hz+ so its a no from me
     
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    The Best TV's go as low as 11 ms but are 60 HZ, for 120 HZ you have at least around 14 ms of delay to deal with. Fine if you play slower paced games but annoying when you play shooters and other fast paced games.
     
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    fry178 Maha Guru

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    @Geryboy
    inpuy lag (not just screen lag itself) around 30ms and up, if irc.
    really depends on how much "processing" you turn on, it can go up to 100-150ms for some brands.
    not something im worried about, as i dont play for money

    @GlennB
    sure, but then again, how long were "we" playing with 60hz screens (monis included) and no one complained about it...
    outside that not everyone plays fps,
    or not on a level where lag would matter much.
     
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    My old Iiyama CRT had no problems doing 100+ hz on 1600x1200 back in around 2001-2002. Nobody complained because a CRT has a sub 1 ms response time Then came in the LCD panels where 60 hz was combined with crazy high response times.
     
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    fry178 Maha Guru

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    Oh sure, some crts, but still not all of them.

    And i had enough monis to know there are monis with "high" response times you dont really notice (iiyama)
    and other with so called 5ms that were horrible,
    even for someone not that picky (in that dept).

    But thats a while ago, and lots of the ppl complaining
    most likely weren't even old enough to play/own a gaming rig prior lcd monis like us grandpas
     
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    Oh boy, can't wait for Cooler Master quality to come to monitors! LOL can't even type that with a straight face.

    "HDR". Those 3 letters need to be pronounced with the same disdain as "triple A" these days. HDR my asshole. Those things have an array of 4 LEDs by negative 1 as the backlight, how the hell could they possibly have enough lighting zones for anything remotely in the same galaxy as anything reasonably called HDR? I'm calling it now, you're going to get a halo the size of an nVidia customer's butthole around anything bright against a dark background on these "Ayche Deee AREEEE" monitors. Such as your cursor, on everything. Then it kills your dog and your aquarium because it's from Cooler Master.
     

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