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Bought an Asus G75 that came with HDMI, VGA and mini display outs. This monitor comes with dual dvi and a VGA cable. I hooked up with a 3D rated HDMI cable as I was told in the store by a rep as they had one on display hooked up with HDMI. The rep was not wrong but what they dont realize is that you can only run the 1080p at 24 hz with an HDMI cable period! In order to run with the full blown 120hz you need the following:
Dual DVI port from system and then use the Dual DVI cable that came with the monitor to hook to the monitor
The build quality of the monitor is amazing! Something you don't here people say even when they purchase some of the more expensive monitors. The stand is very sturdy and a lot of love went into designing these.
I bought this for the 3D and it is just gorgeous. I am mostly playing Crysis2 with a GTX670 OC and i5t4.2 GHz . I've had zero issues and basically am thrilled. 1080p video is worth watching as the screen area is large.
The 3D on this thing is amazing... When it works. I've read many, many threads on various forums about this monitor having a flaky emitter and it goes beyond a firmware thing from what I can tell. It seems more likely that it's poorly written drivers by NVIDIA. Power cycling isn't a guarantee to get it to work. The best trick I've found is to run it at 60hz for normal use. Generally when it goes into 3D mode it will jump up to 120hz automatically. This hasn't worked 100% of the time, but more consistently than any other trick out there.
First unit I received I had to return because the 3D emitter had a problem (known from BenQ now with my help) and they now ship those with an updated firmware. The second unit from the exact same batch did not have the problem so I kept it.
I'm deeply enjoying this monitor. I bought it for the 120Hz but wanted the 3D glasses because 3D gaming has always interested me. After playing on this monitor for about a week (Mostly Diablo 3) I find I'm loving it!
Great monitor. The stand with swivel/pivot is smooth, and feels sturdy. 120hz is amazing, and kinda scary to see how bad 60hz looks as a side by side comparison. 3d crosstalk is almost non-existent, except for white on black, and random times in odd circumstances. The monitor does looks bad out of the box, but fear not, change it to standard and use the following settings and then tweak to your liking:
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Special Note: As of May 1st, 2010, BenQ projectors include a 1 year warranty / 2000 hour, whichever comes first, on the included projector bulb (Some exceptions apply). Replacement bulbs sold separately still carry a 90 day / 500 hour (whichever comes first) warranty.
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