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    Default Need great desktop monitor recommendation <$400.

    I can't seem to find any nice 1920x1200 resolution monitors with LED backlights. I truly enjoy how bright and vivid my laptop LED display is, I'm a little worried an external monitor won't look as good? Or is that stretching it? Only LED I can find is Apple's, but that's $800+ I think.

    All-in-all, any really good external monitors with great brightness?

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    Did you read this? http://www.forums.pureoverclock.com/...ead.php?t=1540

    These are the typical resolutions you get with most monitors so what you are looking for is probably a 24inch or bigger. Finding one of these at the right price????? I'm in UK can't really help but my dell (which I'm very happy with) cost about $800 here
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    I found this 22" Viewsonic LCD which has an LED backlit for half of apples price, but 2 inches less space, but still $80 over budget. I somehow can only find a 22" and 30" LCD with LED.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824116387

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    Problem is resolution is too low and its not bright enough, only 250 candelas...bootlegged LED.

    Thinking about the Dell E248WFP, 400 candelas, 1920x1200, 24", $320-$350 on Ebay, sexy design...

    Also Im loving Samsungs, great screens too.

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    Check out this one from Acer America here.

    $339.99 on newegg.com, 400 candelas, 1920x1200, 24", 2ms response time, solid design...

    This is the monitor I am getting in January for my new build. I have seen a few at my local shop and it makes my current monitor look terrible. And for getting a new monitor in the box, coupled with newegg's support makes it a steal over the Dell in my opinion.
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    Yeah the specs on that are sweet. But I don't like the design, looks fat-ish and bulky, not very sleek.

    But the ebay Dell has 3 years of warranty, so it's just as good. I love the design too.
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    This is a no brainer if you got 400 dollars to spend Samsung touch of color easily the best monitor out right now looks and performance.It's look is unrivaled ...peroid and the screen is simply amazing .. You can't get any more sleek then this it makes your setup look "dangerous"

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    Wow! That is sexy! I love glass (and glass trims). In fact the keyboard I ordered for my new i7 build is the Logitech illuminated. Flat keys, backlight, glass trim...

    1680 resolution and 300 candelas...

    Booooo...But then again, how bad is 1680 for a GTX 260?

    Geez no one wants $400 huh...
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    I have the XHD3000 30 inch the I use with my 965 extreme build, and a 28 inch Hanns G that I use with the 940 build. The XHD3000 was $1450 2560 x 1600 res the Hanns G was $459 with a 1920 x 1200 res I anm running 2 GTX280s with the 965 and 2 TX260s with the 940.

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    1680 rez and a GTX 260 is fine, not to worry. Don't expect it to run Crysis at max settings, but then again nothing really does LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I have the XHD3000 30 inch the I use with my 965 extreme build, and a 28 inch Hanns G that I use with the 940 build. The XHD3000 was $1450 2560 x 1600 res the Hanns G was $459 with a 1920 x 1200 res I anm running 2 GTX280s with the 965 and 2 TX260s with the 940.
    ...Okay? Thank you for letting us know all the extra information about yourself lol.

    @Skyguy, I'm sure it's fine but I was wondering would it be better to stress the 260 harder by using 1920?
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    24 inch is ...

    Recommended Resolution1920 x 1200
    and 300 cd
    and 10000:1
    and 80 hz and its a samsung even if another monitor has a lil better stats this ones is probley still better because it quality is awsome
    it $399 with free shipping at newegg

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...UNG-_-24001280

    BINGO!

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    Not sure if it's "better" to "stress" the 260 LOL. But I THINK I know what you mean.

    It entirely depends on the game and settings, some are more demanding than others. 1680 looks nice, 1920 looks beautiful. 1920 obviously pushes a card more, and if you want to enable antialiasing then it may push the boundaries of the 260. If you want to be a bit more "futureproof" then a 24" screen deserves a GTX 280 if you don't want a slideshow for games with the eye candy enabled.

    Depends if it's in the budget though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Not sure if it's "better" to "stress" the 260 LOL. But I THINK I know what you mean.

    It entirely depends on the game and settings, some are more demanding than others. 1680 looks nice, 1920 looks beautiful. 1920 obviously pushes a card more, and if you want to enable antialiasing then it may push the boundaries of the 260. If you want to be a bit more "futureproof" then a 24" screen deserves a GTX 280 if you don't want a slideshow for games with the eye candy enabled.

    Depends if it's in the budget though
    Hmm, maybe I worded incorrectly or just don't know what I was talking about. I just remember people telling me that if I get a smaller screen (thus, smaller resolution), I shouldn't get such a nice card. 260/280's are meant for "better resolutions" as some put it.

    You are saying exactly what I want to hear, about pairing up a 280 with a 24" @ 1920 resolution, because indeed it does look beautiful and I do enjoy some form of AA. Recently, zipzoomfly sold a EVGA 280 at a very sexy deal of $250 or $265 I believe, which unfortunately I missed! It just means I will have to keep waiting around the holidays for better deals elsewhere, but also, it's cool that I didnt buy it since it gives me time to wait and see what NVIDIA will do this January-February. Gives me time to buy the other parts and my GPU last, right?

    Also, on the monitor topic, as much as experienced monitor users say TN panels suck, I've decided I can only spend so much before going out of bounds and will have to side with a nice Samsung 24" w/ 400 candelas of brightness that I believe I can live with. Personally, I love how vivid my laptop monitoris and I'm not very strict on 'color reproduction', so I think a $350 24" monitor will be just fine for my gaming needs. Just have to wait for holidays to snatch a good deal up!

    Thank you for your help.

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    Ok, now I understand what you mean. Yes, when people say about not getting such a nice card for smaller resolutions, they're usually saying that: 1. it's a waste of money because a cheaper card will do the trick; 2. it's a waste of horsepower because the card is capable of a great deal more. For example, spending a huge amount of money on a GTX 280 to play at 1024 resolution is an utter waste. Better to save a chunk of money, put it towards a bigger monitor, and then do an upgrade in 12 months with a great graphics card. Then it's a win-win for you

    A $350 24" LCD should do nicely. A monitor can last 3 systems' lifetime, so always try to get the best you can afford. If there's a big difference in quality for, say, $50, then spend the extra. That works out to pennies per day when you average it out over 6 or 7 years that the screen should last. But it does come down to budget.

    My guess is that you'll be so stinking happy with the new setup and LARGE screen that you won't even care about nuances like that

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