Summary: I originally purchased the Samsung 2233RZ for 3D gaming. It was good, but I eventually wanted to go larger. The added advantage of this monitor is that while the other one was a weird 1680x1050 resolution, this one is full 1080p, making it easier to watch 3D Blurays on.
Summary: If you are looking for - The perfect 3D Nvidia 27 in Monitor. You just found it. Pull the trigger. Get the Square Trade warranty and I promise you will just love it. I love hi tech stuff but am by no means a geek or techie. If I can set it up, believe me you can too.
Summary: I bought this monitor to use when playing first person shooters (FPS). I am very satisfied with its performance in this area. It is hard to describe how much better a 120Hz monitor makes things look in a FPS. I'm very impressed with how much more lifelike things in motion look compared to 60Hz.
Summary: I must admit, I already had several people buy this monitor before me based on what they told me they wanted in their gaming PC's. If you get this monitor, just remember to use the DVI connector instead of the HDMI.
Summary: WOW is all I can say. I cant believe how beautiful, clean, crisp and bright the images are on this screen. I am SO happy with my purchase!! The monitor was easy to set up. It comes with a cd for the 3d driver installation.
Summary: I have read some reviews about "ghosting" a word describing 3D crosstalk, where one channel (say, left eye) leaks to the other channel (say, right eye). Ghosting has several causes and this monitor is NOT one of them.
Summary: Pros +Huge 27" screen +Very nice Menu with lots of options +Ability to switch between a 2D mode and 3D mode for brightness (this is a HUGE plus) +The visual quality! Simply Amazing! +Build quality, bought mine 12/29/11. Today 9/23/12, it still seems new!
Summary: So I was wanting to upgrade from my 23" HP w2338h (LOVED the glossy screen on it, so I was hesitant on going to matte), and was reading reviews and all for 2 weeks. This monitor kept popping up in that 4/5 range on Newegg, Amazon and in a 3.5 on Cnet, with still much positive things to say.