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ViewSonic Releases XG2530 and the XG3202-C Gaming Monitors

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jul 20, 2017.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    32" monitor and only FullHD resolution?? Pixels will be like bumblebee-s...
    Though, I like the design of the monitors.
     
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    buhehe Member Guru

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    549 eur for a 1080p on 32''?

    What a sad, sad joke...
     
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    Picolete Master Guru

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    Are both VA, or is the 144hz one VA and the 240hz TN?
     

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    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    Classic case of slap "GAMING" on it and charge 30% more. SMH
     
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    But you don't understand! This is the difference between winning and losing! You don't want to lose, do you? So you better buy ViewSonic XG2530 with groundbreaking ColorX™ technology that gives you that extra edge you need to win and keep winning.
     
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    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    I'll pass. I play games to have fun not stress over winning and losing.
     
  8. Fox2232

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    Shortly after getting 120Hz screen, i collected some bans in cs1.6.
    Because popular cheat detection used was storing frames into buffer at 60 hz rate. And upon kill, it sent 2 last images to server.
    They even posted it as evidence. On one frame, I am at corner to CT start, on next, enemy head is hit. I had one frame in between which was enough.

    Price here is pretty steep, if it was 240Hz VA, I would take it.
     
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    the 240hz 1ms gtg display is almost certainly a TN panel.

    notice how they never mention the response time on the VA panel? its because its likely not 1ms, i think they are typically around 4-5ms gtg response times.

    as an avid FPS gamer (CSGO particularly) i gravitate towards the TN panels, as they give the absolute best response times - colour quality be damned!

    the 25" 1080p display is quite appealing, i just wished it looked as good as the curved display will/does
     
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    fascinating, i am assuming that it was a third party anticheat that did that.

    i remember playing in EnemyDown in the England and needing their XAC anticheat which took periodic screenshots at random of your screen during gameplay. it would then upload these to their servers for third party review and approval as legitimate.

    was a nice way to catch togglers, because the interval of taking screenshots was randomized, so there was no pattern to it :)
     

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    Yep, it was custom stuff.
     
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    Would rather buy Samsung CHG70, it's "only" 144Hz (which is more than enough), it has Q-dot VA panel with WQHD resolution and supports both HDR and Freesync 2.
     
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    Isn't that HDR fake ? Looking at stats brightness is only 350cd/m2. Also seen ppl reporting same problems as CFG70.
     
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    Me too, actually. I was just being sarcastic, but apparently nobody caught on. :giggle2:
     

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