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Old 08-19-02, 09:06 AM   #49
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Generally most actual Panels are made in the same factories so finding a specific "deal pixel free" manufacturer will be hard.

Certain companies will have a higher "dead pixel" tolerance than others.

Good panel vendors will replace your monitor for any dead pixels.

As for good manufacturers go with LG, Apple, Dell, Suamsung and Hyundai. From my research, all of these companies have a low "dead pixel" tolerance and getting a panel from these five with dead pixels is rare.

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I'm intrested as well in purchasing an LCD for 2D quality and also for some causal gaming as well. I'm currently looking at 17", 18", and 19" LCD's. However my biggest fear with LCD's is dead pixels. Does anyone an LCD manfacture which has few or none dead pixels in their monitors? Also could I have some recommendations for any of the above sizes of LCD's.

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Old 08-20-02, 11:26 AM   #50
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Smile Dell 2000FP

I just ordered the Dell 2000FP this morning.
Dell has a sale going on right now.

With 20% off and free Next Business Day shipping, total price was
$1199.20!!

Not a bad deal.

When I get it, I'll do some testing and let everyone know how I like it if anyone's interested.
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Old 08-20-02, 11:50 AM   #51
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I just had a look @ Dell's page, and though I see the 20% deal, it seems that it's geared towards system upgrades? When I clicked on the link for details, it said that monitors would be 5% off?

Can you expand on this?
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Old 08-20-02, 11:58 AM   #52
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Typedef Enum,
I had the SAME problem.
What I did was...
-Click on "Software & Peripherals"

-Click on "Home & Home Office"

-On the left hand side of the page, I clicked on "Steven's Top Picks"

-On the page that comes up, is where I clicked on the link to the 2000FP

-From there, add it to your cart, and you should see the 20% discount reflected there.

Hope this helps, let me know if you need more info!
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Old 08-21-02, 01:20 PM   #53
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Default Re: Dell 2000FP has arrived!!

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I just ordered the Dell 2000FP this morning.
Dell has a sale going on right now.

With 20% off and free Next Business Day shipping, total price was
$1199.20!!

Not a bad deal.

When I get it, I'll do some testing and let everyone know how I like it if anyone's interested.
2000FP just arrived here at work!
Ordered it yesterday morning, and it arrived this morning!

Can't do too many benches for you guys yet, as I have it hooked up here at work with Analog connection. I'll try the DVI connection when I get home.

So far, I've noticed 1 bad pixel. It's located alittle to the right and down from the center of the LCD. Which kind of sucks. It's red in color and I can notice it in all colored backgrounds except white.

Once I get home and do some more testing with a DVI connection, I'll report back with more info.

F.Y.I.
I'll be hooking it up to a MSI Ti4600 through DVI.
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Old 11-27-02, 04:19 PM   #54
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surfing for info on new LCD's, trying to find ones that have the lowest pixel response time, and over on Toms hardware I found this 30 inch LCD! the LCD3000 is the third pic down, here

Has anyone found a review /resource page that compares the pixel response times on LCD's? 25ms seems to be the lowest I can find online.
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Old 11-28-02, 02:07 AM   #55
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Low response times?

How about 16ms!

http://www.pcworld.com/news/article/0,aid,107018,00.asp

LAS VEGAS -- It's finally here: an LCD fast enough to render video images without annoying artifacts, introduced at Comdex by Planar.

The Planar PX171M is the first of a new generation of LCDs making that promise. It claims a pixel response rate of 16 ms, roughly the equivalent of 60 frames per second, or about double the response of most modern LCDs. The Planar will begin shipping in mid- to late December and is expected to sell at an estimated street price of $589.

Late in October, Hitachi America also introduced a 16 ms 17-inch LCD, the CML174. The Hitachi began shipping last week at $699. BenQ is also expected to introduce a very fast response series of monitors during Comdex here this week.

At 16 ms, an LCD could render video and games without the ghosting and streaking so common in slower LCDs. That makes an LCD a very strong candidate for watching video, long the Achilles Heel of flatscreens designed for PCs.
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Old 11-28-02, 02:25 AM   #56
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wow..those are pretty good prices for lcds. i guess they're starting to come down in price.
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Old 11-28-02, 03:22 AM   #57
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are there any 19 inch LCD screens with a 16ms response time?

i would be really interested in one of those for my next rig.
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Old 11-28-02, 07:23 AM   #58
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I have been using the 181T for about 4 months. I play every game on it, SOFII, Quake III, JK2 etc. It is fast enough for me and I don't notice "ghosting" If there is ghosting maybe I don't know what it is or realize. I replaced my Sony 19" G400 with this LCD and will never go back!
thats the same lcd im planning to buy on boxing day here in canada.
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boxing day is my birthday, maybe i'll get one too
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StealthHawk,

Check out this 19" Sony LCD, 15ms response time. You can find it a little cheaper from other retailers.

http://www.sonystyle.com/is-bin/INTE...ngL_j&Dept=cpu
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