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KoHaN69
11-13-2011, 01:48 PM
basically a 120Hz 21:10 version of current 30" displays.

and I wouldn't mind paying over $2000 for it (that I don't even have)


I'm currently rolling on what is basically is the best setup for quality and performance.
I have two DELL 2407WFP-HC on the sides and a Sony FW900 in the middle as main, with an ati 6970.

While I was at CES last year I saw vizio's 21:9 screen on display (http://www.vizio.com/news/cat/news) realising that even thought it's nearly 1/4 less resolution than eyefinity, true no bezels and no view obstruction on a single screen is the best possible experience, and you don't even need to turn your head.

I'm sick of seeing people spending $2000 on a gaming rig and $175 on a piece of :banana::banana::banana::banana: panel. May I get some confirmation from this forum that there is high demand for a larger, responsive high-end gaming monitor? I hope I'm not the only one.

little_scrapper
11-27-2011, 03:34 PM
Cant help on your needs but I spent about $1200 on my recent upgrade from socket 775 and I am about to spend $180-210 on a LCD monitor. several 24" ASUS in that range. Feel free to vomit now. hehe :)

Man what your looking for is even nicer than what I have for a bdrm tv

BeepBeep2
11-27-2011, 05:01 PM
How about an LED backlight IPS panel around 27 inches (or any size!), with 120hz? Can technology not produce this kind of stuff under $2000? It has to be possible, the problem is the market.

miahallen
11-28-2011, 11:41 PM
basically a 120Hz 21:10 version of current 30" displays.

and I wouldn't mind paying over $2000 for it (that I don't even have)
I don't think $2000 would be enough for those specs :-/ My guess would be closer to $6000 in todays market.

lutjens
02-09-2012, 02:56 PM
If you find one, let me know...I want one too...;)