'E' there I guess I like 'E' in XL2420TE monitors. Nothing new :/lexlazootin wrote:This picture says that there are going to be XL2540, XL2540E and XL2735, XL2735E. I'm not too sure what these 'E' monitors are.
Q83Ia7ta wrote:'E' there I guess I like 'E' in XL2420TE monitors. Nothing new :/
Q83Ia7ta wrote:Also they didn't mention DisplayPort version 1.2/1.3/1.4?
lexlazootin wrote:new Benq XL series PDF: http://webshop.eltele.no/pdf/01340F82-C ... 3FE741.pdf
"Pre Order" https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/ ... 240hz.html
3shells wrote:I know there are some hacked/modded monitors that can do this with DP 1.2, but I'm assuming their finicky performance maybe in part of DP 1.2 bandwidth limitations.
Q83Ia7ta wrote:3shells wrote:nvidia or vedors also advertise support 240hz refresh rate at 10-series video cards. (GTX 1080, GTX 1070, etc)
they just need to sell you a new video card even you bought 240Hz monitor just for cs:go or another old twitch fps
3shells wrote:The Qnix QX2414 is a monitor that can do 240hz, although performance and stability is extremely finicky. There is also a guy who makes boards that support 240hz for some monitors as well.
Deicidium wrote:If you hover over the question mark next to 240Hz on http://www.panelook.com/M250HTN01.0_AUO ... 28331.html
I get the impression that it says it's not really 240. Can anyone explain to me what that tooltip says and means?
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