I'm too used to 120Hz to go back, there's a lot of issues with my current monitor using my Nvidia card because this monitor only has a Displayport in and an HDMI in, and nvidia doesn't seem to play well with DP. I have a friend who has an AMD card that wants to buy my monitor. The price for the ASUS is pretty ridiculous, but it is the best available, plus I've always wanted to try 3D gaming, Nvidia refuses to support my monitor for that, and it would be really nice to watch 3D blu-rays. I've tried a 3D bluray with my current monitor and there was a horrid amount of ghosting and the glasses it came with were very dark. I really wish those 120Hz overclockable Catleaps from 120Hz.net were always available instead of selling in small batches, it's probably worth it to invest in mass producing them, they're 120Hz 1440p monitors for under $500! Even if they were twice the price they would still sell like crazy.
Edited by jimmy895 - 12/5/12 at 12:27am
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Thoughts of these headphones from someone who has never owned audiophile grade headphones:
OMG, HOLY Ship!! There's soo much BASSS, (*cough* umm, jk. sorry)
They sound better and more accurate than IMAX's 12,000 watts to me.
Gaming with these is incredible, especially if the sounds the game uses are high quality, being surrounded by HiQ sounds is pretty damn nice with these phones' soundstage, imaging, and separation.
I was watching a concert on the Palladia channel and...Wow! With the separation and detail in these phones you can hear every individual clapping, screaming, singing, etc.
I love how low the bass extends, I'm re-listening to my music and hearing a whole new layer to the music I haven't heard before!
The sound in general is incredible, everything is so crisp and perfect sounding, I love the control of Orthodynamic drivers.
What sucks is I'll never be able to go back lol and if I wanted to upgrade, for it to be worth it to me, I would have to spend about double the price! I've officially been sucked into the world and obsession of audiophiles!