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What screen is it? The link brings me to a page with no screen on it.
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post #12 of 18
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by veronex View Post

I would suggest you go with a Acer G245HQbid
Inch
23,6"
Screen
16:9
Resolution
1920x1080 (Full HD 1080p)
Hertz
60Hz
Angle
176°
Clearity
300cd/m²
Backlight
CCFL
Conttrast
80000:1
reactiontime
2ms
And this for 200 dollars

Thanks for that. I also forgot to mention it had to be LED backlit. The one you suggested is nice but also falls larger than what I need.

Thanks.
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What screen is it? The link brings me to a page with no screen on it.

What do you mean what screen is it? The link brings you to the screen?

-Shaq
post #13 of 18
Thread Starter 
*Double post*

-Shaq
post #14 of 18
Thread Starter 
Could anyone tell me if this is a good monitor for gaming?

What is bad about it?

-Shaq
post #15 of 18
Thread Starter 
So is this monitor good for gaming?

http://www.samsung.com/au/consumer/pc-peripherals/monitor/led-monitor/LS22A350HS/XY/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail&returnurl=

I can't believe no one is answering wth.gif

Thanks!

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post #16 of 18
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I don't want to sound like a beggar, but I really need to know since this thread is becoming DEAD!

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post #17 of 18
It seems like a decent monitor. Not to sound like I am pluging a brand..but I have always used ASUS monitors. The one that I got my wife (VH232) works really great when she plays wow..now for FPS games I am not sure how the 5ms would be on it.. but for non FPS games it is a great monitor.

I am in the process of building my system (spent a few weeks so far looking around the net) and I am looking at the VH236h which has 2ms response time (just in case I do play some FPS on my PC). But I am still looking at about the 22"-23" monitors just in case I want to go eyefinity/2d surround which will require 3 monitors (the other 2 I will buy in the future) so I don't want to go to big.

Looking at the Samsung listed above I notice that it has no listing if it has VESA wall mounting or not (I do not know if you plan on going with 2 or more monitors) but it is nice to have options like that and others just in case you want to do something different with which ever monitor you do buy.

Another is Viewsonic VX2453mh-led I am looking at also.

Of course it is hard to balance what you want the monitor to do and ones pocket book smile.gif What I do is look at a monitor model then hit Amazon/Neweqq and many other websites and get a idea from people that have bought it and see how they rate it (also maybe check the Video section of the net might be some vids of people showing off the model of the monitor you are interested in) and the best is to (if possible) go to a store and compare monitors (even if its not the right brand/size etc etc you will get a general idea)

But odds are if you ask people what brand names for monitors you would get Samsung/ASUS/HP/Viewsonic (not in that order of course). If you have money then BenQ and others would be named but those brands have good monitors and decent prices that won't break the bank.
post #18 of 18
Same here, had a S22A350H and it crapped out on me only in 1 month, now am looking for a strong 24" monitor.
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