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LCD or LED monitor 1080p for gaming?

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Im looking to sell my current monitor Asus VW246h

Its been good to me but they dont sell it anymore i want to upgrade to 2 identical monitors.

I will be purchasing from this site
http://www.umart.com.au/pro/products...&bid=5&id2=143

I appreciate all suggestions. Im willing to spend 500$ australian. So what would be the best for my money and gaming?
Must have atleast DVI and a HDMI input at a resolution of 1920x1080p

EDIT: forgot to mention I want 24' Not really keen for anything smaller or bigger
Edited by hzac - 5/30/11 at 3:42am
post #2 of 5
You couldn't find the Asus monitor online? I am sure it would be easy to hunt down, save you some good money, and put the leftover into new hardware.
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The only one i could find in australia that i could trust to buy from was 250$ and thats more than a NEW one.
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Provantage.com has the Asus VW246H monitor in stock if you'd still like one but the shipping would be quite a bit I'm Guessing
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Yeah, what would be better though, lcd or led? I might aswell buy 2 new ones.
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