A point to consider also, number of bright (dead) dots before they exchange the monitor. If I'm not wrong Samsung do exchange only if there are 5 or more dead dots. I compared Sharp, Samsung and Philips at Sitex, I bought the Philips. They all selling at about the same price $799/-, but Philips guarantees zero bright dots for 3 years. One bright dot, they exchange. 2 years on site and third year carry in.espn said:Not really looking at respsonse time since I don't play those fast FPS games, but just wondering if it's good enough for photo editing and general usage? :dunno:
I likely will be plugging the video through DVI if I do get one. Heard there's a difference?
How does the Sharp LL-T19D1 compares with this? There seems to be several models too?
I thought it's 24bit also for the 910T? :dunno:
You can try the low to mid end nVidia/ATI cards. I use a 9600SE. Depending on the quality of the analog-to-digital convertor on your graphics card and in the monitor, there may or may not be significant differences between the DVI and analog inputs. It is still better to run DVI though, you get less controls to worry about (e.g. phase, alignment, etc).espn said:Wahahah... I'm VERY tempted by the Apple Cinema display, really, I was seriously considering it when I was in funan just now...
Anyway.. *ahem, cough cough*... heehee :embrass:
Yeah, it's 24 bits alright, I didn't see the Ezio anywhere in Funan... my bad. I went only to Chamoxa & South Asia.
Got an issue now is that if the LCD uses DVI, which is a good card to use with the LCD considering I'm not gaming, but more on just editing images?
I am using the Sharp LL-T19D1 bought from Sitex. I wanted the Eizo but they sold out and was only left with 1 display unit which I am not keen on despite the $20 discount.espn said:Thanks KC, will keep a look out on the DVI cards, are you using the Ezio LCDs?