Looking for besr gaming monitor 24-27 inches 1080p or 1920x1200

Discussion in 'The HTPC, HDTV & Ultra High Definition section' started by stainer711, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. scoter man1

    scoter man1 Ancient Guru

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    Go for the samsung t240-260, I got my t240 off newegg for $290 and it came in perfect condition. No dead/stuck pixels. Its a great screen by the way.
     
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    __hollywood|meo Ancient Guru

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    if the HDMI signal only supports 1080 and 1:1 was enabled it shouldnt stretch 1080 vertical pixels across 1200 pixels. this thread is old, loel
     
  3. blitze

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    My Viewsoniq 26" does a nice job. Not too expensive either.
     
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    Hm. My T240 is stretching 1080p / i all over the screen when connected via HDMI to the 360. :p

    Should've gone for the 240HD i guess.
     

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    I am also into "fast gaming 24" and still cant choose between G2400** and 2443BW. Anyone has input lag info for 2443BW?

    I've made a chart of almost all 24'' screens with input lag and response time taken from various review and databases. Maybe it will be helpful for someone.
    [​IMG]
     
  6. Subaru Swift

    Subaru Swift Master Guru

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    i have a hp lp2475w & one word =
    Wow

    It is so clear & no lag or blur etc.... .

    A1 sceen.
     
  7. dchalf10

    dchalf10 Banned

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    I don't know why anyone would choose 1920x1080 over 1920x1200, with 1920x1200, there is absolutely no stretching with blu-ray, it is 1:1 pixels and give you the full native res of blu-ray displayed, all it means is you have black bars, and black bars have no effect on the image at all, better to have the extra 120 pixels in height not used in movies so you can use them for gaming etc, than not have them at all.
     
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    How are you getting audio out to the 360?
     

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