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    Question G2222HDL Vs VX2250WM-LED

    BenQ G2222HDL

    ViewSonic VA2231W-LED

    Opinions between these two LED 22" monitors. ?

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    Re: G2222HDL Vs VA2231W-LED

    DOH!

    Posted wrong monitor

    I ment a Viewsonic VX2250WM-LED

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    Re: G2222HDL Vs VX2250WM-LED

    I have the Benq.

    It replaced my CRT so the colour is worse and it ghosts. I think I have very sensitive eyes or maybe its just my personality. Get the Viewsonic if the reviews are okay. Do not trust anything where they do not print numbers from tests; there are an awful lot of review sites which just chatter on base don opinions. There are also some 24" monitors kicking around for about 140.

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    Re: G2222HDL Vs VX2250WM-LED

    Your the first person to say that.

    Are you running it via the DVI digital input plug or via the old VGA socket. ?

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    Re: G2222HDL Vs VX2250WM-LED

    DVI. Tried the VGA too. My experience is based on using a CRT though.

    I suppose the monitor is okay. The extra real estate fom a 17"er makes a huge difference.

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    Re: G2222HDL Vs VX2250WM-LED

    Most people argue if you can notice ghosting once you start getting below the 12ms / 8ms so that pretty shocking.


    Sometime you hear of it on the old VGA or VGA to DVI adapters due to lack of bandwidth hence why i asked.Maybe the 1080 X 1200 resolution is pushing your Video Card. have you tried lower resolutions to see if you can still see ghosting. ?

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    Re: G2222HDL Vs VX2250WM-LED

    DVI adapter is single link so is limited at 60hz; it should be fine. The VGA adapter should be better but has a slightly fuzzy picture.

    Will try lower resolutions but I don't think it will help. I can't read scrolling text very well and when I rotate my view round and round; the picture is still smooth but the dark edges begin to blur. This is noticable in E:TW which is quite demanding tbh but i don't think its hardware limited, I don't have teh settings turned up very high.

    I should try the software that you use a camera to take a picture of a counter. I am a bit camera limited! Not sure I can control shutter speed.

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