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Iiyama Announces the G2773HS 120 Hz Pro Gamer Display

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Iiyama has today announced the launch of their new 1 ms 27" 120 Hz Gaming Screen. The use of a high quality 120 Hz screen with a 1 ms Response Time offers you an amazing gaming experience, which can achieve up to 120 frames per second through Dual Link DVI. The screen will offer crystal clear, smoother and judder free graphics during fast paced games on PCs, with beautiful quality video play back on Blue Ray Players and consoles. Hardcore Gamers will really appreciate the few milliseconds advantage this screen will gives you. Smoother animation with reduced fracturing and artifacts means you can make that split second game changing decision with accuracy.

    The screen comes equipped with good quality speakers and a headphone socket as well as HDMI, VGA and Dual Link DVI connections, and boasts a 1920 x 1080 Resolution. The LED Back Light systems offers great clarity and brightness and It is Energy Star 5.0 qualified and uses only 0.5W typically when in Power Management Mode for long-term cost efficiency.

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    Iiyama has supported the Pro Gamer industry for over 5 years now and support gaming teams such as Team Dignitas (UK) and Low Land Lions (Holland), and are the monitor of choice for any discerning Gamer. Iiyama continues to focus and support the vitally important competitive gaming industry, which is rapidly becoming one of the largest industries in the world, and gaming in general now out performs Hollywood in world wide revenue.

    The ProLite G2773HS is available in May 2012 at an SRP from £339 inc VAT.
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  2. Prima.Vera

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    Excellent. Is not specified if is White LED or RGB LED...I am guessing is the first option...
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    Looks nice enough, too bad for the 1920x1080 but one cant have everything these days.
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    Looks decent

    Rather have a 2560x1440 rezz... :) Eyeing those CATLEAP panels :rockout:
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    I want 1440p. Now. :shadedshu
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    Sounds interesting. I wonder if it's NVIDIA 3D Vision certified?
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    do you mean will this monitor work with 3D Vision?
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    nice monitor

    i looked and read a lot about led monitor(&TV) and can't decide what is the best led type monitor to chase....based on the used led type...

    can anyone point or let me know based on real experience which is best...??? :)
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    Too big for 1920x1080.

    No likey pixel pitch! :(
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    Yes. They normally mention 3D Vision prominently in their marketing if they support it. Having said that, I managed to get 3D Vision working with an old CRT monitor at 120Hz and that certainly wasn't "certified". Ultimately, it probably just needs to be able to support 120Hz and that's it.
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    yes. nVidia killed CRT support recently in order to push 3D vision monitors :(
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    That does not surprise me at all. I have a big, ugly 3D logo plastered on the base of my monitor and I do not use or care to use 3D at all. Has this been confirmed with multiple 120hz crt's or just yours in general quibit?

    Also, nice proc and mobo man! :toast: Clock that 2700k!! At least just a little bit.:p
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    the technology doesn't matter. I have seen CCFL achieve deeper black levels than LED. everything is on a monitor by monitor basis. once you decide whether or not you want 120hz or high resolution you want to look for a display with good black levels and uniformity. consumers look for the wrong things like luminance, contrast ratio and out of box settings.
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    i've seen many led monitors an tv's and sadly i have to say we're forced to buy cheap shiiit;backlight is not uniform on all area that is why i put the question...maybe someone had the luck to buy something between ....
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    I tried it with a couple of CRT's of mine about a year ago and it did work, but the driver was very buggy. It was a case of metaphorically standing on tiptoe and facing the right direction to make it go, lol.

    Thanks about the rig, man. :toast: I've actually been running it at 4.7GHz for some time now, with all the power saving features off so it's a constant 4.7GHz. I've even hit 5GHz with no issues, but I had to ramp up the cooling and voltage further than I was comfortable and I didn't want to shorten the life of the CPU too much, so I dialled it back a bit.

    I've updated the specs to show my current clock speed.
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    That's true. A good quality CCFL can give you better blacks than a cheap LED. Still, as long as a display is backlit, either with CCFL or LED, you can't have true blacks, unless it's local-dimming, but AFAIK you can't find a monitor of that type, only TVs. Not all local-dimming LCDs perform the same either.

    http://reviews.cnet.com/best-led-tvs/

    http://reviews.cnet.com/flat-panel-tvs/sharp-elite-pro-60x5fd/4505-6482_7-35004013.html
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    1080p on 27"? Yeah, not in 2012 when a 10" iPad has far more resolution.
    Also, is it missing Display Port? I got rid of DVI's cables long ago. I wonder how long it will take for DP to fully replace DVI once and for all...
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    I wanr 4k as mainstream xd
    I have a 27" 1080p monitor, it's looks oke, but compared to my ellcheapo asus 24" 1080p it's look like shit xd
    But ingame it's pretty fun:p
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    God i hope they make this in 22" size with the same res..

    1080p for 27" is just batshit dumb
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    AT 1080p!? Come on.What pro gamer are they talking about :rolleyes:
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    yeah, shoulda been a 23"
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    27" and 1080 in the y?!

    Horrible. The pixels will be as big as dice. Yuk.

    Get with high pixel density now! Let's see 2560x1440 on 21" . Like tomorrow!
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    Actually, it looks pretty good. My monitor is 26" and 1920x1200, which isn't that different, so will look about the same.
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    Backlight is not uniform though with ccfl though. One part has the color off, and one part has it correct.
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    agree 100%

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