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    This monitor definitely looks fantastic for the price... due to 1080p being available and all of the different connection options. I was thinking about getting the Benq 241fp, but the price of this looks just great for all the functionality it has too: http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Displ...roductId=29604

    My main hobbies on my computer are gaming and programming, so i need the real estate and a monitor that could keep up without much "noticeable" ghosting. For gaming i have heard that the TN panels are better than PVA purely for the faster response times...so would it be better to go for the hyundai w240d TN instead of PVA for gaming? (the same panel but with a PVA film - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138449)

    I have upto £400GBP to spend on a new monitor and if anyone has some good input to the above, that would be great

    Also..many people have used their monitors to connect up their Xbox 360's or Playstation 3's via HDMI connections....but with 1:1 pixel mapping and a component connection....has anybody tested out if a Nintendo Wii displays correctly on a monitor?

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    noone knows?

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    Dell 2408 has just been announced so that's one to consider.

    also consider this model, its meant to be real tasty for the price: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...=17&subcat=510 its a PVA panel with great quality apparently.

    though it's argued that TN film is better for gaming, its almost impossible to notice, and i'm really fussy on these things, so by all means go PVA and get the best quality with the decision. For reference, i'm not impressed with PVA or TN film for gaming, they are both way behind a good CRT. As noted, i'm very fussy about this issue.

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    Jameson are you still using that CRT at 120hz for gaming? i think it was you anyways. thats got to give you one hell of an advantage in cs:s.

    back on topic slightly, i may recommend that to my friend hes looking for a new monitor. he's using a realy bad 15inch screen at the moment, and after buying a 32inch t.v to game on he's finding it hard to look at 15inch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yblad View Post
    Jameson are you still using that CRT at 120hz for gaming? i think it was you anyways. thats got to give you one hell of an advantage in cs:s.
    I still do and it really does give an advantage. I did have a Dell 2407 but sold it on as even though it was amazing, i couldn't get used to CSS on it. It's not the Dell's fault, it's all TFT's.

    I may just wait it out now until something like a 100hz backlit LED shows up (probably a year away )

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    its sad that its taking so long to reach that kind of standard... still, when it appears those will be amazing
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    indeed. Samsung already have a backlit LED on the market and apparently its brightness and colour purity is meant to rival the best CRT's - thats something no TFT has got close to previously. It's £450 and is a 20 inch 4:3.

    As for 100hz, a few TV's are meant to have this now (not that 100hz processing garbage, this is true 100hz/100fps operation).

    So, at least both technologies are out there in the market already, can#t wait for it to show up in a 24 inch monitor.

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