Dell SE2417HG 60 HZ Gaming Monitor

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    The Dell SE2417HG (G for Gaming) is a product that of among the first models to surface from the their 17 series (2016 release) line-up. The panel used is a 23.6” TN (Twisted Nematic) model...

    Dell SE2417HG 60 HZ Gaming Monitor
     
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    60hz, 1920 x 1080, TN, Gaming Monitor... can't compute...
     
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    LOL a gaming monitor that's 60hz. Why? Every gaming monitor should be over 60hz
     
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    "Gaming" 60 Hz TN 1080p No G-sync or any other feature. Dell must taking drugs or this monitor will cost under 200$. :bang:
     
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    1920x1080, 60hz, TN, gaming :wanker:

    In some countries we celebrate de April Fools' Day on December 28th(it´s called innocents day, but is the same idea), I doubt that DELL is in one of those countries
     
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    Buahahahaaa...... sorry but this just made my morning.
     
  9. huilun02

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    Probably aimed at the uneducated in developing countries.

    Looks like recycled TN panels stuffed into the shell of the S2316H.

    No DVI or DP input, not even height adjustable.

    Way to tarnish their good track record in monitors.
     
  10. Perjantai

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    It might have low Input lag at least.. By looks of this its another made for dumb gamers that buy anything with game on it.
     

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    Well, yes

    To all the posters above,gaming is not just about " pro gaming". I mean, not everybody can afford to spend 200E+ on a monitor. Steam statistics speak for themselfes. 720p still dominates(yes, laptops), while 1440p is under 5%, while 4k is under 0,5%.
     
  12. Denial

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    Yeah I don't get the issue here.

    As long as it's priced low who cares what the specs are? It's going to fill a gap somewhere, even if its at the complete bottom. Why does everything have to be an IPS Freesync 27" QHD 165 Hz monster?
     
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    What gap is filled with this monitor? There are hundreds of monitors with this kind of specs for a reasonable price. Maybe extremely low input lag at an extremely low price?
     
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    I don't know? We don't know the price? And I don't generally buy stuff at this end of the market. But I mean if Dell released a 24 inch 60hz gaming monitor at $3 there would still be people here at Guru3d complaining about it.

    On the flipside, I own a XB270HU, does that make every other monitor that doesn't have G-Sync, 144Hz, QHD with a sub 5ms input lag useless? No. Prior I owned the PG278Q, which came out last year, should I post a "what year is it" meme every time some monitor that doesn't have those specs comes out? As long as the price is reasonable for the specs what's the issue? And since we don't know the price here, I don't understand how people can complain about it.
     
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    "60Hz gaming monitor" i lol'd XD
     

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    Should we be impressed with TN running at 60Hz?

    I had such monitor almost 10 years ago...:confused:
    On the other hand, this could be a New Year gift to all the gamers around the world, free of charge, distributed by Santa Claus...
     
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    maybe its for consoles
     
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    It would require 30hz for "cinematic experience".

    circlejerk is strong in this thread.
     
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    I know I will get some hate for what I am going to say but 60Hz is good for gaming as long as you have the right monitor or like in my case a TV.

    Let me explain, since I found out about Sony's impulse gaming mode on their TVs, I was blown away. It reminded me a lot to my old CRT.

    I sold my Korean monitor and I only play on my 60 inch TV. It requires 60hz to get the full effect, and coupled with DSR, my gaming is awesome...lol

    Here is a quote and link from an AVS member describing how Impulse mode works

    "The Motionflow Impulse Mode is a new Sony strobe backlight now available in Game Mode on several newer higher-end Sony HDTV's. What is amazing about it is that it is one of the world's first low-latency motion blur reduction technology to hit an LCD HDTV, that is available during Game Mode. No interpolation lag! It flickers a LOT like a 60Hz CRT, so it is not as easy on everybody's eyes as LightBoost. However, if you turn the lights down a little bit, and also turn off the ambient light sensor, the image becomes brighter than a projector screen, and when you play video games -- you have an amazing 4x less motion blur (4 times the motion resolution! All blu-rays motion tests show full 1080 lines of motion resolution with zero interpolation artifacts). Motionflow Impulse is doing the equivalent of a 3:1 black frame insertion (75% dark, 25% bright).

    The advantage of Motionflow Impulse is that it works with all 60Hz sources, including video game consoles. Bear in mind that most console games only run at 30fps, so you won't get the full benefits from 30fps games (you get a double-image effect like when playing on plasma). You will probably want to stick to 60fps games, which is easier to get from a HTPC running a powerful GPU.

    Main Pros:
    + Elimination of motion blur. CRT perfect clarity motion.
    + No interpolation. Low lag.
    + About 4x less motion blur than regular 60Hz
    + Better color quality than a computer monitor

    Main Cons:
    - Greatly reduced brightness in strobe mode. (Disabling ambient light sensor helps)
    - Flickers a lot like a 60Hz CRT
    - You need 60fps @ 60Hz for full benefits (since you're avoiding interpolation)"

    http://www.avsforum.com/forum/143-g...monitors-low-lag-motionflow-impulse-tv-s.html

    Here is another link to explain a little more.

    http://www.blurbusters.com/sony-motionflow-impulse-mode-reduces-motion-blur-without-interpolation/

    I tried a couple of tests of their website, I was shocked to see no blur from my TV when compared to my monitors while my Korean monitor was overclocked to 96hz.
     
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    :funny::funny::funny:
    ahahaha this made my day. :funny:
     

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