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Old 12-31-2007, 07:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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that contreast ration is quite low, i wood go for 2000, and darksideleader that 2ms will be alot better then a 5ms exspecially when playing fps(by the way, why do u have ur hd tv in ur sig
I went to the asus website and it says it has a 2000:1 ratio

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2000... lol, 1000 is great.... i've got 3000:1 dynamic, and dear jesus its bright
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Contrast ratio measures the difference between the brightest and darkest color. (black is darker, white is brighter on higher contrast ratios)
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Yup, better contrast ratio, better it looks and mine is only 700:1. Figure if ima get a 22", ill spend the extra money to get a good screen.
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both mine are 1600:1 and they look amazing, sometimes i get ehad aches, makes sure u run dvi, i have one running dvi right now and the other running vga, and the dvi is brighter clearer and sharper so i use the dvi as my main lcd.
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Yup, better contrast ratio, better it looks and mine is only 700:1. Figure if ima get a 22", ill spend the extra money to get a good screen.
Too bad you weren't in the Market around a week before christmas. I picked up my 22" Acer for $199.99 on Newegg, after it sold out they bumped it back up to 249.99.
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Too bad you weren't in the Market around a week before christmas. I picked up my 22" Acer for $199.99 on Newegg, after it sold out they bumped it back up to 249.99.
Newegg.com - Acer AL2216Wbd Black 22" 5ms DVI Widescreen LCD Monitor with HDCP support 300 cd/m2 700:1 - Retail

I dont like that one, the specs on it are lower, same as the acer i have now.
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i very much disliek acer monitors, for me its lg, or samsung, but the asus seems very apealing, by the looks of it it might be a lg panel aswell.
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