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    Hitachi CML174SXWB 17" TFT Monitor (Carbon)

    In my ongoing quest to find the best TFT for my needs i can acoss this at OcUK, looks to be just the ticket, has anyone used one of these? got any pictures as the one on there site is rather small and doesnt show much detail.

    Also what the heck does this mean? Fast response time - tr: 12ms + tf: 4ms, Isnt that just 16ms?

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    They have this down on there site as a entry level 17" TFT
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    I have one of these monitors.
    Bought it for £250 6 months ago cos it had 1 dead pixel at the top of the screen.
    My best purchase to date, watch dvd's with no ghosting and plays games fine.
    My only gripe is that the gamma is set too dark for some games, but this can be remieded (sp?)
    I'll see if I can chuck some piccies up for you tomorrow.

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    I have the white version of this monitor and its the clearest TFT display I@ve ever used

    the the previous poster said , game can be a little dark on it but otherwise its faultless.
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    I've also got the white version and would agree that its very impressive.

    Oh, and it does mean 16ms response time, yes.

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    Cheers, looks like ive found the TFT for me then , fullspizz piccys would be great
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    Here are some piccies, they are not great but it's all I have got.
    Monitor 1
    Monitor 2
    Monitor 3
    Hope they help you make a decision

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