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Thread: Now I'm Looking For a Great TFT

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    Hi,

    Just about to build my first comp. and need a good (highly recomended)
    TFT of about 19"/20" in the price range of 200- 250ish
    I want it for gaming/ dvd etc. so it must not Motion Blurr
    Anyone know any?

    Thanks in advance
    Last edited by BILLY-THE-FISH; 08-23-2006 at 08:37 PM.

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    2ms response time good enough for you?

    http://www.cclonline.com/product-inf...ufacturer_id=0

    I've no personal experience of them, but the technology is supposed to be good.

    Max brightness and contrast seem to be down a little compared to other monitors of a similar price, but I've never had a problem with older monitors which have slightly lower specifications.
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    Thanks i'll take a look

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    I have the Viewsonic VX924, that's the 4ms model. No motion blur whatsoever. That's a lie, there's motion blur when I have a completely black screen and I wave the mouse pointer really quickly.

    I find with slower screens you tend to get used to the blur anyway, you don't notice it after a while.

    The Viewsonic has pretty good interpolation too. I have a shitty graphics card so I tend to play games at 1024x768, and it still looks fairly sharp, sharper than my not-so-old-fairly-high-end CRT. It's not so bad running at 800x600 either.

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    i like it, but motion blurr, isnt THAT noticible in even 6ms so go with a higher response and bigger screen, the bigger screen will be nice, widescreen would be nice for that gaming and dvd playing

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    Ok Global but dont you need a very good Graphics card to handle Widescreen resolution, i'm only getting a X1900GT , will it handle it?

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    of course it will

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLY-THE-FISH View Post
    Hi,

    Just about to build my first comp. and need a good (highly recomended)
    TFT of about 19"/20" in the price range of 200- 250ish
    I want it for gaming/ dvd etc. so it must not Motion Blurr
    Anyone know any?

    Thanks in advance
    If you only lived where i did....at some pc shop they are doing this TFT clearance sale....i had already bought a TFT then they decided to do the clearance. Anyway some top monitors that were worth 320 on ebay he was selling for 230-250. I'm a regular customer of his and he said that he will be setting up an internet site so you can order the goods directly off him. Now im not sure if they ship out of U.K though.
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    With this record speed & 700:1 its made for games monitor and u can even get it sharper with magictune, magiccolor, magiczone magicbright 2. I think it will work ;P

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