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I read a decent article that covered all these issues. The short rundown is = IPS (inplane switching), its pixels are organized in a different way to TN (Twisted nematic). TN, generally, has faster hertz and response times, its also cheaper, currently, to manufacture. TN are a kind of cheap and nasty solution to fast hertz and ms. IPS has superior colors ...
I ran into this problem now that my main monitor is no longer the rightmost one and my solution was to set my middle monitor to be the rightmost one in Windows' display configuration and use this AutoHotkey script to make the mouse wrap around my desktop so I don't need to go all the way left to reach my right hand monitor.
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