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Choosing monitor 27"

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I decided not to go korean, huh tongue.gif And I'm not sure what to choose now. I want the monitor for games, movies, text, so general purposes:

1. http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-IPS277L-BN-Widescreen-Monitor-5000000/dp/B008968O0U
2. http://www.amazon.co.uk/AOC-I2757FM-Widescreen-Multimedia-High-Definition/dp/B008L5OGKQ
3. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-273E3QHSB-69/dp/B008FJXCL2

The first two monitors have IPS matrix, as I've heard it's the best etc etc. The last one does not, but I've also heard a lot of good reviews about this one.

Which monitor should I choose?
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bump ;d
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I love my QNIX 2560 x 1440, 110hz, perfectly calibrated... games are jaw dropping, skyrim or black ops 2 its like playing a new game all over again smile.gif your're missing out
    
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Yeah, yeah, 1440p monitor would be awesome, but still, warranty, dead pixels risk...:s
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Yeah, yeah, 1440p monitor would be awesome, but still, warranty, dead pixels risk...:s
Then buy the perfect pixel one
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Then buy the perfect pixel one

Please read the OP in the Official Korean PLS club, pixel perfect is a scam.
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And then what, do I get the monitor that is already ready to use? Or do I have to do something more with it? I'm a total noob when it comes to monitors tongue.gif
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Yeah, yeah, 1440p monitor would be awesome, but still, warranty, dead pixels risk...:s

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