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Hi all,

First things first, I need to move on from the Samsung monitor I have at the moment, because as I game alot, I feel I am missing out by not having 1920x1080 resoloution.

I don't mind it being a 3D monitor if it comes with it anyway, but as I use ATI I can't use it. So only recommend a 3D monitor if it happens to be a good price anyway.

I do alot of gaming, alot of reading, not so much video's because I have the TV for that.

As I said, I currently use a Samsung and it has been very reliable and looks good, although I am open to other brand suggestions, I hear good things about Iiyama but I have no experiances.

Also, I haven't tried it out yet but should be able to in a shop tomorrow, but I would like to have 120mhz

Take it away!

Edit: £180 or less if possible please, so no IPS panels
Edited by SgtMunky - 6/8/11 at 3:34am
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http://www.usa.philips.com/c/pc-moni...3B.app102-drp2

I have one and I love it.
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3D monitor, price is amazing, picking this thing up as soon as I get my pay

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/23-lg...1-400cd-m2-5ms
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I was happy with my Phillips TV before I sold it, so good brand pic there. Doesn't say anywhere about being 120Mhz though :/

Rep'd all the same
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Originally Posted by xXjay247Xx View Post
3D monitor, price is amazing, picking this thing up as soon as I get my pay

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/23-lg...1-400cd-m2-5ms
Hey nice find! Like I said, maybe one day I will end up with an nVidia card, but no time soon I know that, but hey at that price it doesn't matter. Just need to look up reviews for general 2d playback
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12mhz?
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benq XL2410T. 1080, LED, 120hz (3D). 'nuff said
     
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benq XL2410T. 1080, LED, 120hz (3D). 'nuff said
That's way out of his budget.

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/24-be...cd-m-2-ms-vesa
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didnt see the budget, oopsie. that LG looks like an amazing deal. i would defo go with that mate.
     
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12mhz?
Thank's for dropping by

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benq XL2410T. 1080, LED, 120hz (3D). 'nuff said
Nice monitor, but afraid its out of my price range, maybe without 3D it would be nice

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I would go up to £200 ish I guess if the screen was good, but there have already been a couple of good recommendations
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