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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824262012
I'd highly reccomend this monitor biggrin.gif

Hanns-G and Hannspree are extremely underrated
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Originally Posted by Hobybobag View Post

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824262012
I'd highly reccomend this monitor biggrin.gif
Hanns-G and Hannspree are extremely underrated

Never heard of that brand, are they famous?
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Never heard of that brand, are they famous?

thats what I'm saying, they're not well known, but they make really good stuff, It's what i use, and what i always suggest to people i build computers for
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How about any known brands that are better? Because known brands should have more resale value in the future than that one.

Any more suggestions guys? What parameter should I be looking for in a monitor, anyway?
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How about any known brands that are better? Because known brands should have more resale value in the future than that one.
Any more suggestions guys? What parameter should I be looking for in a monitor, anyway?

Bro, just go with the asus I mentioned above.
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+1 to Hanns G. I've seen a few of their monitors in stores, they aren't some no-name brand. They just don't make 1000 other things like Asus and Samsung do. Nevertheless, no-one gives you more bang for your buck than Hanns G.
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Bro, just go with the asus I mentioned above.

What do I need to know about that ASUS for me to be sold by it?
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+1 to Hanns G. I've seen a few of their monitors in stores, they aren't some no-name brand. They just don't make 1000 other things like Asus and Samsung do. Nevertheless, no-one gives you more bang for your buck than Hanns G.

What are the differences of this model from other known brands? Do they have 120 Hz monitors too? Or should I be getting 120 Hz?

How about screen size, what is the most practical screen size nowadays for gaming?

This would be my first time in buying my own screen so I'm totally clueless in what to look for.
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What do I need to know about that ASUS for me to be sold by it?
What are the differences of this model from other known brands? Do they have 120 Hz monitors too? Or should I be getting 120 Hz?
How about screen size, what is the most practical screen size nowadays for gaming?
This would be my first time in buying my own screen so I'm totally clueless in what to look for.

There's no way you're going to be able to get a 120hz monitor for 150$, most of those are several hundred dollars.

Either the ASUS or the Hannspree i linked would be great, just go with whichever one looks nicer to you, as their about the same quality
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Newegg reviews aren´t always very reliable and that will not solve my problem. And in my OP, did you ever read that my budget was limited to $150 only? I guess not.

Learn to read carefully and slowly, there's no hurry. I told you to go to Newegg and search for monitors under $150. How is that not within your budget? Maybe you don't know how, let me show you, here's a link for you. What you do is hover your mouse cursor to the right side of your web browser and left click on the scroll bar and hold it. Scroll to where the monitors start costing $150 and below and make your own decision. That wasn't so hard was it? kookoo.gif

Newegg reviews give a general census on what monitors are good within the specified range, no one told you to take their reviews religiously. rolleyes.gif
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This would be my first time in buying my own screen so I'm totally clueless in what to look for.

Maybe mommy and daddy can help?
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Learn to read carefully and slowly, there's no hurry. I told you to go to Newegg and search for monitors under $150. How is that not within your budget? Maybe you don't know how, let me show you, here's a link for you. What you do is hover your mouse cursor to the right side of your web browser and left click on the scroll bar and hold it. Scroll to where the monitors start costing $150 and below and make your own decision. That wasn't so hard was it? kookoo.gif
Newegg reviews give a general census on what monitors are good within the specified range, no one told you to take their reviews religiously. rolleyes.gif
Maybe mommy and daddy can help?

While $150 is most likely in his budget, he's willing to pay more if he's going to get a better price to performance ratio, hence the title "Best Bang-for-the-Buck Monitor". There's no reason to get nasty.
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