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for gaming.

Im coming from a Dell 22 inch thats about 3-4 years old. It has some bleed on the edges and the resolution only goes up to 1600x1050 I believe.

This new monitor will be with my new Sandy Bridge system, specs in signature. Not looking to spend over 300 for it.

Any suggestions would be helpful. Ive tried to go to a couple of brick and mortar stores but either they wont have many 24 or 27 inch monitors or they have them shut off so I cant tell picture quality.
    
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If you can increase your budget a bit, I'd strongly recommend a 24" 120hz monitor. After using 120hz, I can't stand gaming on 60hz again because of how smooth 120hz is.

's one for $366.
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If you want to settle with 23" monitor Dell Ultrasharp is right about your price point...awesome IPS monitor!
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