- 1920 x 1080 2ms
- D-Sub, DVI-D, HDMI
No Dead pixels. Comes with Dual-Link DVI cable. I bought this with nVidia's 3D Vision 2 kit here on Newegg. There was terrible 3D ghosting in my games until I realized I hadn't selected 120hz in game. (Some games overide system settings and thus have to be configured again in game). Once I selected 120hz, no ghosting that I could tell. Beware that due to technology the games are dark. When nVidia LightBoost monitors are on the market for a while I may upgrade to those. 3D movies are PHENOMENAL!!! I use the 3D SBS mkv, avi etc. with the Stereoscopic Player (The actual name of the player, not a description). I mean breathtaking.
From my subjective, non 'pro' experience, nothing that would dock an egg. When I turn monitor to complete black some light 'bleeding' along the top. I don't notice it during play or work. I don't notice it now since I've gotten used to monitor, but at first colors seemed a bit 'washed' compared to my HP 2159m.
Limited control options to adjust 'washedoutness'. Absolutely no controls in 3D, save for contrast. They're locked out.
Standard 2D gaming is excellent. The high FPS games I play I didn't notice any lag as reported. Full disclosure though, I am not a 'leet' player and probably dont' have a trained eye for it. All in all, worth every penny I paid for it. If there were time tested LightBoost(tm) monitors to market I would have invested in one of those. Too many complaints on the ones that were out, so this will more than satisfy for at least a year before I buy one of those.
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