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Anyone with a flat screen monitor

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer - PC' started by dkelsall10, 1 January 2006.

  1. dkelsall10

    dkelsall10 League 2

    16 December 2004
    Stoke on Trent
    Stoke City
    Just wondering if any1 has problems with their's. Just had one and when long balls are played the screen wont focus in correctly. It is fine when running with the ball.

    Have tried different resolutions and refresh rates. Any help appreciated
     
  2. davidbeef

    davidbeef Non-League

    15 December 2005
    Yeah i got the same problem dunno wot can be done though, sorry
     
  3. deadalus

    deadalus Non-League

    12 February 2005
    God damn i will buy a lcd tomorrow.Will i suffer this too? :\
     
  4. Wolf_Hook

    Wolf_Hook Conference

    14 May 2005
    TFT monitors will never give you the same clarity as a CRT monitor for fast moving graphics, that's because they work with liquid crystals rather than a projection based CRT monitor.

    http://www.pchardware.co.uk/monitors.php#crt

    I got a 19 inch TFT for Christmas and am really happy with it since I do a lot with designing graphics but PES5 looks a little shaky around the edges.
     
    Last edited: 1 January 2006
  5. brc1

    brc1 Non-League

    26 April 2002
    LCD's are notorious for Ghosting (most noticeable when playing a long ball etc). Not too much of a problem when just running with the ball. The faster the response time, the less ghosting. The fastest response time LCD's (2-3ms) report to have virtually no ghosting. Most times though, you can get used to ghosting in the slower response time LCDs. There is no ghosting with CRT monitors.
     
  6. MasterM

    MasterM League 2

    14 July 2003
    You must get a tft monitor with TN panel.
     
  7. brc1

    brc1 Non-League

    26 April 2002
    True... that's definitely something to consider.
     
  8. nokmond

    nokmond Conference

    24 August 2005
    my lg has a 8m/s response and its perfect. make sure its on 60hertz.
     
  9. dkelsall10

    dkelsall10 League 2

    16 December 2004
    Stoke on Trent
    Stoke City
    do they cost more though
     
  10. OneProudGooner

    OneProudGooner League 2

    15 June 2005
    Arsenal
    No problem here
     
  11. nokmond

    nokmond Conference

    24 August 2005
    £150-200 will get you a good 8m/s response lcd
     
  12. deadalus

    deadalus Non-League

    12 February 2005
    I got my philips lcd no problem with it 1280*1024*60hz
     
  13. dkelsall10

    dkelsall10 League 2

    16 December 2004
    Stoke on Trent
    Stoke City
    mine cost about £150.

    Will i be able to get one for about the same price with a response time of 8ms.
     
  14. dkelsall10

    dkelsall10 League 2

    16 December 2004
    Stoke on Trent
    Stoke City

    Whats the response time
     
  15. PSVFan

    PSVFan in loving memory

    13 March 2006
    Holland
    PSV Eindhoven
    I've got a Samsung Syncmaster 730BF with 4ms, many problems when playing games, I can only play games like FM...
     
  16. :: JJ ::

    :: JJ :: Guest

    I have got a 19" monitor with 8ms response time, 60Hz, no problems here, haven't really noticed any ghosting tbh.
     
  17. Redjuh

    Redjuh Conference

    15 August 2004
    I have 1 Acer AL2416W (24", 6ms) no probs..
    my bro on his Samsung SyncMaster 320P (32", 8ms) no probs too
    Although I prefer playing PES5 on my XBOX360 on the PDP-61MXE1(new 61" plasma), that's what I call nice :applause:
     
  18. Bebeto 94

    Bebeto 94 For the good of the game

    9 November 2002
    Plymouth UK
    Just bought a Samsung SyncMaster 913N 19" TFT . I didnt really think there would be that much difference between that and my old 19" Hansol CRT . OMFG !!!! How wrong i was .Needless to say the TFT is going back and im sticking with my Hansol CRT . The difference is huge . If youve been used to playing PES on a CRT for the last 3 years then this was a huge shock to the system . This was an 8ms TFT , i know there are better out there but i think i`ll stay put for now .
     
  19. maniac2003

    maniac2003 Conference

    6 August 2004
    Netherlands
    Since a couple of months I have a Samsung syncmaster 930BF (4 miliseconds response time) and I've seen NO ghosting in any game (PES, GTR, GPL etc.)
    Also I have a Acer with 12 miliseconds response time, on that monitor you
    (I) can see ghosting.
    So if you're gonna buy a TFT monitor buy one with a good response time.
    It's a bit expensive, but if you buy a cheap screen, you'll gonna regret it.

    EDIT:

    On PSVFan comment:
    I got a Nvidia GeForce 7800GT
     
    Last edited: 20 April 2006
  20. PSVFan

    PSVFan in loving memory

    13 March 2006
    Holland
    PSV Eindhoven
    And I think a good grafix card is recommended too, because I've got a Samsung 730BF 19" (4 ms) and I've got many problems.

    My grafix card is a Nvidia GeForce FX 5200.
     
  21. jonneymendoza

    jonneymendoza Legend

    1 January 2004
    Arsenal
    my tft cost £420 with 8ms and NO ghosting whatsoever!!
     
  22. mzmegang

    mzmegang Non-League

    8 March 2005
    Got CMV 17", realize the ghosting thing, but get used to it.. So not a big problem for me since it is not that obvious.
     
  23. studeep

    studeep ManUnited academy

    29 June 2005
    Uk
    Manchester United
    sorry posting off topic :).... but does anyone know whats the difference between a LCD, monitor, plasma monitor and a HDTV??? if there is any that is....
    thanx :)
     
  24. brc1

    brc1 Non-League

    26 April 2002
    LCD's (liquid crystal displays) and Plasma monitors are just 2 types of HDTV's. Other HDTV's include projection TV's (including DLPs) etc., and some people even use portable projectors for their high definition displays.

    Plasma TV's are typically large screen and aren't available commercially for desktop use.

    LCD's range in size from small screens (a few inches) to as large as some plasma TV's. LCD's are notorious for ghosting since the liquid crystals have to change configuration in order to allow the image to move on screen. The faster the response time, the less ghosting.

    CRT monitors are the big old PC style displays, and unlike LCD's do not rely on crystals and so don't have any ghosting.
     
  25. studeep

    studeep ManUnited academy

    29 June 2005
    Uk
    Manchester United
    thanx man, looks like i'll be getting myself a plasma TV sometime soon :)........... thanks again
     
  26. brc1

    brc1 Non-League

    26 April 2002
    Glad to help. One more thing to consider though... Because of the way Plasma TV's make their image, they can suffer from a problem called "burn-in". This occurs if you pause the game or a DVD etc, and leave a static image on the screen for too long. It can become a longterm problem/artifact on your screen. If you search the internet you can find alot of info about it.
     
  27. TurboG

    TurboG I Love you Mary Jane!!

    25 December 2005
    Caracas - Venezuela
    Manchester United
    im not buying a new monitor just to play a game :/
     
  28. mazanga

    mazanga League 1

    12 October 2003
    Groningen, Holland
    Get a job mate :-)
     
  29. ntalex

    ntalex Conference

    8 January 2004
    Ukraine, Kyiv
    Obolon, Kyiv
    I had 19" SyncMaster 970P + 6600GT gigabyte.
    Terrible ghosts, especially during dynamic moments.
     
  30. JANER

    JANER Guest

    Same here :)

    When u are buying a TFT just make sure it has a ms response time of 12 or better still 8

    Also this applies to LCD tellies 8)
     

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