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    Hyundai ImageQuest L90D+ 19" LCD Monitor

    I'm thinking about getting the below as my next new monitor, I'm a big gamer and really want a TFT to play on.
    Im worried about refresh rates, I normally have all my games on 85hz which my CRT displays no problems, if I buy this what is the max it will go to.

    I looked below and it said on 60HZ which sounds a bit pants given the fact that its supposed to be the best in class.
    can anyone advise ?

    Spec below

    Hyundai ImageQuest L90D+ 19" LCD Monitor - Silver/Black (MO-019-HY)
    The Hyundai ImageQuest L90D+ has an industry leading ultra-fast 8ms response time making it perfect for blur-free video and gaming. With it''s 700:1 contrast ratio and excellent viewing angle their is no other TFT/LCD that can match the quality and performance of Hyundai''s latest L90D+ LCD Monitor.

    - 8ms Response Time
    - 0.294mm of Pixels Pitch
    - 700:1 Contrast Ratio
    - 300 CDm² Brightness
    - 150°/ 135° (h./v.) Viewing Angles
    - frequency range 31 to 80kHz horizontal and 56 to 75Hz vertically
    - Automatic Picture Synchronisation
    - 1280 x 1024 with 60Hz recommended resolution
    - 16.7 million colors display
    - Dual inputs: D-Sub and DVI-D signal input
    - DVI cable included
    - integrated loudspeaker (2ch x 2 Watts RMS)
    - headphone connection
    - TCO 03
    - Kensington ready (Wall Mountable)
    - Integrated power pack (Saving more desk space)
    - Dual Hinge stang (Horizental or Vertical Display)
    - 3 years on-site warranty

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    60Hz max using DVI input. Works fine for me. I don't really play a lot of games but I do watch a lot of DVD's on the L90D+ and find it's a great monitor.

    Using the D-Sub VGA input will enable you to get higher refresh rates but the picture will not be as good as using DVI input.

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    So what is better picture wish, getting as higher refresh rate? or better pic quality ?

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    pic quality

    that monitor will be fine if not look into viewsonic.

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    AFAIK, refresh rates aren't as important for TFTs as they are for CRTs, because while the CRTs need to update the screen every scan, the TFT just keeps pixels lit until they are changed, and its the response time which is more important...with 8ms, you should be more than fine for gaming

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    sweet

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    Don't see any ghosting at all in games, like unreal 2004, hl2 etc. Was a bit worried myself about response etc but its fine, a great monitor!

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