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    Default Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    Been comparing this 2 23 inch E-IPS Led monitor:Asus ML239H & Dell U2312HM for a while,but can't find much reviews,help me out,product link below

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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    the 1st one is Digital Signal Frequency : 30~85 KHz(H)/ 55~75 Hz(V) 5ms gray to gray where the dell is 60hz and 6ms response Gray to gray So i would have to say the Asus

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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    Agreed, the ASUS trumps the Dell.

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    asus
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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    I hate dell.....

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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    Asus is the better choice.. even tho dell is nice..

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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    I have the dell 21.5 and I love it and the stand is cool and has a lot of positions
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    dell Dell UltraSharp U2212HM

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    Dell UltraSharp i like
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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    PPoPolPolo???? Dell makes great monitors.

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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    Dell does make great monitors... But only the Ultra Sharp versions... The E series of the dell monitors don't have as nice of the image..

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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    Thanks guys,I will go with Asus,looks sexier than dell u2312
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    Default Re: Which E-IPS Led is better for gaming?

    i dunno if you will really get the ips performance you may be looking for, re those choices. they are at best 8 bit (maybe a healthy 6?) with maybe a 10 bit lut, at a stretch. ips are not big gamer property to begin with, though you can get 'faster' ips panels/luts at a price premium

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    Asus is also our sponsor. love to promote them.

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    Thanks guys,I will go with Asus,looks sexier than dell u2312

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Asus is also our sponsor. love to promote them.
    That's easy to do. They seem to be branching out into a lot of product lines, and all that I've tried are of a good quality. I have three DVD Burners, a 27" screen, and two of their motherboards. All are top notch.

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    i love my asus p-ips pa246q!

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    found this...an e-ips 23" for $219!

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