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Response time isn't the most important stat for monitors when it comes to FPS games. Input lag is the most important thing to look at, the 120hz monitors offer the best input lag. One of the best is the Alienware AW2310, it has zero input lag. If you want the best picture quality then you will want an IPS monitor, which have much higher input lag and response time.

Edit: Since you're looking at 27" monitors you're SOL. There is no 27" monitor with zero input lag.
zero input lag? impossible
GTS 250 on a 120hz screen?
post #32 of 34
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Originally Posted by Frankiebonez View Post
As the title states, I'm looking at replacing my main monitor with a 27". It must have a high response rate for gaming (FPS) and I'm BIG BIG BIG stickler for picture quality. I have no problem spending a few extra bucks for a monitor with AMAZING picture quality (black blacks... white whites) and really good contrast.

I've been reading reviews, any specific recommendations I should look into from users here is very much welcomed! Thanks alot!
I bought a 27" samsung with a 70000:1 contrast and 1ms response time at my local costco, but can't find it anywhere online. Plus it was $280. gotta love costco.
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I bought a 27" samsung with a 70000:1 contrast and 1ms response time at my local costco, but can't find it anywhere online. Plus it was $280. gotta love costco.
Nice! What model? They had a samsung on display as well that I was looking at, a bit cheaper. I honestly thought the picture wasnt as good as the HP, plus the HP brand matches my 2 other HP screens. All HP ftw!
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I think he's talking about the Samsung P2770HD because i have it too
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