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Thinking about buying an IPS monitor for gaming

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I live near a microcenter, and im thinking about buying an IPS monitor for gaming. Dell has some right? No budget, i just want a feel of the market. i have a HD 7870, gaming at 1080p.
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Just watch this page over the next week - http://www.reddit.com/r/BUILDAPCSALES - and wait for a sale. No point in overpaying and paying sales tax at a brick and mortar store.

Best bang for the buck monitors are Korean and are 27" 1440p 96-120Hz PLS for $280, a smarter buy if you have the budget versus a 24" 1080p 60Hz IPS for $175.
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