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post #1 of 7
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Hey guys, 2nd thread

my budget is 250$-350$
*LED is options too*

so far i got Samsung T220P 60hz TN panel screen wish is kinda crap cause the 60hz
i wanna buy new 23-24 LCD Screen manily for FPS games but also for movies/surfing
i was reading good reviews at the U2311H and hes PRICE is very good for me altough i can afford more 100$ -150$ on a screen
but i also read its 60HZ screen and its bad for FPS /Movies

can you gimme "reasonable price " LCD for gaming/movies?

thanks alot
Edited by nircc - 8/19/11 at 5:43am
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Whats your budget? You can fill out your system specs here http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem
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post #3 of 7
what is your bduget?wHAT do u want it for ?
post #4 of 7
We can only help you choose a screen if you give us a certain amount of money you are willing to use.


While an average budget might be ~250, that might be too low/high for some.

Otherwise we can't really help you
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post #5 of 7
Thread Starter 
sry guys for late answer
my budget is 250-350 MAX !

Draygoon:i will the system specs now
l.pool22:i want the screen mainly for gaming!
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The Dell U2311H is being replaced with the U2312HM, so you may want to wait for some reviews of this screen. Either Dell will have sales on the U2312HM, or "clear out" the U2311H, so it's a good time to be buying.

The only real change is to W-LED (white LED) backlighting.

No reviews out for this screen yet, but based on the U2311H response it should be quite decent, and it seems LG has gotten rid of the tinting issues (where white changes color slightly from left-to-right) has been resolved.

So far the one advantage I've seen with new 23" monitors with W-LED backlighting is a slight increase in contrast levels and the ability to go very bright or very dim. These are both good features.
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post #7 of 7
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how about the 2233rz samsung?
sounds gr8 for gaming what do you think?
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