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    Default Re: Decently Priced Gaming Monitors?

    Hey guys,

    Thank you all for all of the replies! I really appreciate it, and I will reply to each of you this evening.

    Right now, I'm trying to find a decent monitor for around $300-350. I may be willing to go as high as $500 (after rebates/shipping), but I haven't been able to convince myself of that yet. I'd like to try to find something in the 23-27" range but the odds of finding a good monitor thats 27" for under $350 are pretty darn low. I'll be on the computer more this evening when I get back home, and will look over all the links and suggestions.

    I'd like to look for something that has a quick response + refresh time as well if thats possible within my budget.

    Thanks again guys!

    BF

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    Default Re: Decently Priced Gaming Monitors?

    I have the LG IPS235P: LCD Monitors - LG Electronics Australia
    It is a decent monitor with a good response time (5ms) and it is IPS. The color difference between an IPS and TN or TFT is significant trust me, if you want to enjoy your games with vivid color i would get an IPS panel monitor or if you want to do a bit of photo editing.

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    Default Re: Decently Priced Gaming Monitors?

    Yep, IPS > PVA > TN.

    Sounds like you have a healthy budget. I'd get an IPS panel if possible. Gorgeous, better colour rendition, better viewing angles.

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    Default Re: Decently Priced Gaming Monitors?

    Quote Originally Posted by BlackForest View Post
    Hey guys,

    Thank you all for all of the replies! I really appreciate it, and I will reply to each of you this evening.

    Right now, I'm trying to find a decent monitor for around $300-350. I may be willing to go as high as $500 (after rebates/shipping), but I haven't been able to convince myself of that yet. I'd like to try to find something in the 23-27" range but the odds of finding a good monitor thats 27" for under $350 are pretty darn low. I'll be on the computer more this evening when I get back home, and will look over all the links and suggestions.

    I'd like to look for something that has a quick response + refresh time as well if thats possible within my budget.

    Thanks again guys!

    BF
    I got this Asus monitor at Frys on sale for $260 plus tax. The price has gone up now but it's still within your range. It's great! FRYS.com*|*ASUS

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    ewegg has it for a little cheaper. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824236103
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    I got this Viewsonic for $325. 1ms response time and a real good monitor.

    Viewsonic VX2753mh-LED


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