Revi 05:41 10 Mar 2003

If I use my PC only to play games can I then go for a TFT monitor? Some say TFT are no good for games, is it true?

  powerless 05:43 10 Mar 2003

I've got one no problem here

  hoverman 07:18 10 Mar 2003

Me too - games run perfectly. Ask for a demo first if possible before buying. Some people do not like them.

  Psiman 07:25 10 Mar 2003

No it's not true.

  Revi 07:33 10 Mar 2003

Thanks guys for your valuable opininions!

  Djohn 13:38 10 Mar 2003

My TFT runs the Mad onion graphics test to perfection. I have heard stories about the display streaking, or blurring if you scroll a web or document page to fast, well mine doesn't.

It also came with E-Colour software, this sets your display for true colours on the internet, Office work, and games. The three separate settings are automatic, depending on which application you are using. You can still alter the settings manually if you wish. J.

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