- Mar 27, 2006
I can't imagine me taking any other monitor over the AOC, the only issue I had was it would sometimes flicker on the main menu of games but 2 or 3 NVIDIA drivers later it stopped and is pretty much perfect now.I have changed my aim over time to accommodate this grip. It is much easier to move the mice within my hand to optimise my aim. The CM MM710 does have a bigger hump so I guess it might not entirely suit my new grip, but I have decided to order one.
To each his own. Some like large mice, some like small mice, some like broad mice, some like thin mice, some believe the more buttons the better in FPS, some still cry laser in gaming, and so it goes on. It is like some liking curved monitors.
Talking about monitors. I was a bit broken between the AOC, Acer, Samsung and LG, and LG having the scanline issue I didn’t want to bother with it… I couldn’t go with the Samsung curved panel; it makes sense on a wide or ultra-wide but not on a 24 inch, personally. Blindly I purchased the LG some time ago and I got lucky. No recognisable backlight bleeding, no scanlines. All I did was to throw Lim’s monitor settings on it and use LG’s ICC. Happy as the bee’s knees, no scanlines at 144Hz whatsoever so I guess this is a late production model.
A TN panel positioned between a colour accurate IPS and a VA. All I can say is, the TN is only good when playing games, irrespective whether it is 144Hz or 60Hz.
I'm still waiting for my Model O I paid for on the 24th of July.