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120hz crt 120z lcd
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#1
-20 Frags +

i just wanna see an image or video playing on those monitors with that refresh rate

i just wanna see an image or video playing on those monitors with that refresh rate
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#2
35 Frags +

on your 60 hertz monitor? ok

on your 60 hertz monitor? ok
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#3
0 Frags +

im sure you'll love seeing 120hz on your 60 hz monitor

im sure you'll love seeing 120hz on your 60 hz monitor
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#4
15 Frags +
Alykai just wanna see an image playing on those monitors with that refresh rate

CLEARLY WORTH THE PURCHASE

http://img689.imageshack.us/img689/9841/6w83.jpg

[quote=Alyka]i just wanna see an [b]image[/b] playing on those monitors with that refresh rate[/quote]
CLEARLY WORTH THE PURCHASE
[img]http://img689.imageshack.us/img689/9841/6w83.jpg[/img]
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#5
6 Frags +

great thinking once again, alyka

great thinking once again, alyka
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#6
5 Frags +

record a tf2 video in 60 and 120 fps...

slow it down by half, so it becomes 30fps and 60fps. Not framerate conversion, slow the clip down like slow motion.

record a tf2 video in 60 and 120 fps...

slow it down by half, so it becomes 30fps and 60fps. Not framerate conversion, slow the clip down like slow motion.
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#7
1 Frags +

With lightboost its pretty close, without lightboost CRT is much better.

edit: lol why would you -frag this.

With lightboost its pretty close, without lightboost CRT is much better.

edit: lol why would you -frag this.
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#8
8 Frags +

alyka posts should be made articles so everyone can see them and appreciate them

alyka posts should be made articles so everyone can see them and appreciate them
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#9
2 Frags +

Hey great so you found out 120hz>60hz. Now you need to know CRT vs LCD.

LCD:
cheaper to run. Uses less electricity.
Puts out less heat (if that matters)
Thinner
Better looking?

CRT:
Less input lag
A lot cheaper. (You can get them on craigslist usually under 50 bucks)
Amazing color and picture quality. Adjustable resolution.

Overall go with CRT to start. I did, I love mine. I'll consider an LCD one when they work out the kinks and drop in price. Or when my CRT dies lol.

Hey great so you found out 120hz>60hz. Now you need to know CRT vs LCD.

LCD:
cheaper to run. Uses less electricity.
Puts out less heat (if that matters)
Thinner
Better looking?

CRT:
Less input lag
A lot cheaper. (You can get them on craigslist usually under 50 bucks)
Amazing color and picture quality. Adjustable resolution.

Overall go with CRT to start. I did, I love mine. I'll consider an LCD one when they work out the kinks and drop in price. Or when my CRT dies lol.
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#10
8 Frags +
wrechedddddOverall go with CRT to start. I did, I love mine. I'll consider an LCD one when they work out the kinks and drop in price. Or when my CRT dies lol.

enjoy your eye cancer

[quote=wrecheddddd]
Overall go with CRT to start. I did, I love mine. I'll consider an LCD one when they work out the kinks and drop in price. Or when my CRT dies lol.[/quote]
enjoy your eye cancer
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#11
-1 Frags +

LCD: Keep your eyes

CRT: go blind

LCD: Keep your eyes

CRT: go blind
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#12
8 Frags +

lol sorry if you believe that.

http://xkcd.com/radiation/

lol sorry if you believe that.


http://xkcd.com/radiation/
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#13
0 Frags +

If you have money to spend, buy a 120/144 Hz (doesn't matter which) monitor. I recommend the ASUS VG248QE. There's only a little more input lag these days than CRTs, and colors are good if you're not picky (and if you are, then you'll need to wait for IPS 120Hz monitors).

If you only have $100 or something like that, find a CRT. Or you could save up for an LCD, especially if you're low on desk space.

If you have money to spend, buy a 120/144 Hz (doesn't matter which) monitor. I recommend the ASUS VG248QE. There's only a little more input lag these days than CRTs, and colors are good if you're not picky (and if you are, then you'll need to wait for IPS 120Hz monitors).

If you only have $100 or something like that, find a CRT. Or you could save up for an LCD, especially if you're low on desk space.
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#14
1 Frags +
bettyLCD: Keep your eyes

CRT: go blind

My eyes are fine, thank you

[quote=betty]LCD: Keep your eyes

CRT: go blind[/quote]

My eyes are fine, thank you
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#15
-3 Frags +
hookyIf you have money to spend, buy a 120/144 Hz (doesn't matter which) monitor. I recommend the ASUS VG248QE. There's only a little more input lag these days than CRTs, and colors are good if you're not picky (and if you are, then you'll need to wait for IPS 120Hz monitors).

Is the input lag more noticeable than on a 60hz lcd monitor?

[quote=hooky]If you have money to spend, buy a 120/144 Hz (doesn't matter which) monitor. I recommend the ASUS VG248QE. There's only a little more input lag these days than CRTs, and colors are good if you're not picky (and if you are, then you'll need to wait for IPS 120Hz monitors).[/quote]

Is the input lag more noticeable than on a 60hz lcd monitor?
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#16
0 Frags +
marqueebettyLCD: Keep your eyes

CRT: go blind

My eyes are fine, thank you

ask any eye doctor. ever.

[quote=marquee][quote=betty]LCD: Keep your eyes

CRT: go blind[/quote]

My eyes are fine, thank you[/quote]
ask any eye doctor. ever.
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#17
2 Frags +
bettyLCD: Keep your eyes

CRT: go blind

The radiation gets spit out the back not the front.

[quote=betty]LCD: Keep your eyes

CRT: go blind[/quote]

The radiation gets spit out the back not the front.
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