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Old 03-19-05, 02:03 PM   #25
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Default Re: 4ms~5ms Access Time 19" LCD

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It might have worked for him but this begs the question: if it is so easy as just overvolting then why aren't they doing it already and selling them as 5ms units? Probably because it shortens the lifespan of the display and/or causes other problems. That is unless it's designed to handle it from the outset anyway. I'm guessing your friend is pressing his luck with that 20" Dell.
Oh yeah, it shortens the life of the lcd. Like like all overclocking :x

If i were to guess, its probly more of a 'we dont want to warrenty it' than 'we cant make it' issue for overvolting lcds heh.
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Old 03-19-05, 02:31 PM   #26
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I would like a new lcd, but still can't decide on one. Oh well, I'm in no hurry.
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Old 03-19-05, 03:01 PM   #27
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This is intresting news. But ive noticed that suddenly responce times have 'magicly droped' to near nothing in a very short period of time.

Since it seems almost all review sites have to do it opion tested (wtich seems to be the only way) how do we really know these are the times? We alrady know there is no ISO standard for a responce time on a lcd. Proof please?
This is the EXACT! reason I have not gotten a LCD. I cannot stand ANY ghosting and even on 12ms monitors I still see it. So how are we going to know as Glow pointed out, we are really getting that response time. Further more if it is that response time is it any different, since I have seen some that are actually what they say they are and I still see bad ghosting.

I will have to sit down with one of these and judge for my self, as it stands right now my 22" View Sonic 220f has been a great scatch and dent buy. I have had it since 2001, I think.
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Old 03-20-05, 11:03 PM   #28
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Oh yeah, it shortens the life of the lcd. Like like all overclocking :x

If i were to guess, its probly more of a 'we dont want to warrenty it' than 'we cant make it' issue for overvolting lcds heh.
Personally I don't think overvolting an LCD has the same impact as overvolting the processor, since overvolting the LCD is used to increase the magnetic field thus making things switch faster. So unless u reallly overvolt a lot to the extreme point that the wires coils melt, it should be just fine.

Talking about wire coil, it reminds me of the motor project I did in highschool, a bunch of us used garnished wire (insulated, but looks bare), so some guy make a motor with bare wire, and it blew up the DC power supply, lol, cause the stupid thing is basically 1 wire (with ~0 resistance), so it draw like 25 amps, and just melted the psu, that was jokes..haha
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Yeah, i suspected that was takeing place. A clanmate of mine (who works for a chip company in canada*) was talking about that in technical detail. Basicly it works, and he personly overvolted his 20" dell way beyond spec.

*not ATi
btw, can he provide a guide for that?? I wouldn't mind speeding up my 17'' samsung a bit. but wait, do u have to crack open the LCD?? Cause then I'm waving bye bye (NSYNC style) to my warranty.
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I'm fairly sure a normal CRT does not have a response time... since it uses cathode ray tubes.... so 0ms
A bit harsch conclusion..

CRT's have a fosfor layer embedded. these fosfers light up and dimms again. so there is a "response-time". although very small. but not 0ms.
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