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Originally Posted by vampalanHmm.. Lacking in resolution, but has the right connectors, maybe missing S-Video. Size seems good. I think this would suit triple screen eyefintiy setup or maybe other 3 screen computer games. GT5 on 3 screens anyone?
Price wise I thinks this one is relatively cheaper than other 27 inch screens, but a touch too expensive for a 1080p screen.. had it been same pixle height as the dell 27 inch, I would have ordered some.
Originally Posted by ClaaveAs the screen lacks a DisplyPort input, you'd have to buy an expensive active DP-DVI/HDMI adapter to make a three-screen Eyefinity setup. Just thought I'd point that out before anyone rushes off to buy three before checking :)
Originally Posted by StewbIs the u2711 not 16:9?
Originally Posted by Dave_MIt's 16:9. The 27" is a cut down version of the 30" dell. I believe they are the same width. Just cut some of the top off the 30" until you end up with a 16:9, which happens to make it a 27" screen.
Originally Posted by CowBlazedThe 2233rz has simmilar issues as this, fast response for gaming but colour and everything else is not good. Its also over priced for a 22" which offers nothing but 120hz.
One good thing doesn't make it very good, makes it mediocre at best.
Originally Posted by Ghyswhich is THE only thing needed for gaming. Therefore it's great. I win
shrugs of accusations of ghosting
some pretty huge flys in the ointment
Originally Posted by Phil RhodesHrrrrrngh.
Originally Posted by smc8788Does it really make that much of a difference though? I mean, I seem to cope fine with a 60Hz monitor :/
Originally Posted by GhysDay and night. I couldn't believe it. My friends couldn't believe it. Any hardcore FPS gamer needs a 120hz monitor
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