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27 inch monitor suggestion please :)

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Budget: $245-275
can go over it, but only if the monitor will be significantly better.
3D will be nice but its not a demand. And i only would like a monitor with 3d if it's a bonus, not a feature that will cost me.

I want a good monitor , hopefully at the budget range, but if i may have to increase the budget for such monitor i will do that.
Best value monitor in other words.

USES: Gaming, watch movies
Resolution: 1920x1440p

If you have any questions please ask.
Also PLEASE suggest as many monitors as you can, hopefully at least three. And try to avoid products that are region locked (e.g US products).


Thanks!

EDIT: I forgot

GTX 770 EVGA w/acx cooler
intel core i7 4770k
Edited by Rar4f - 9/14/13 at 4:58pm
post #2 of 7
LG 27EC33V-B Black 27" - Not too expensive, IPS

ViewSonic VX2770SMH-LED 27-Inch - IPS, lots of ports

ASUS VE278H - not sure if IPS, but looks good

Take a look at what you want in a monitor, then look for what suits that. for example, i plan on getting a monitor in the future with usb ports on it, I have an adjustable stand on this one and will need one on future ones, etc. make the monitor fit your needs. i don't know what is available where you live, i assume amazon and newegg are there. the 2 amazon monitors i posted are available with prime, so you could get free 2 day shipping.
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Originally Posted by rocker22dallas View Post

LG 27EC33V-B Black 27" - Not too expensive, IPS

ViewSonic VX2770SMH-LED 27-Inch - IPS, lots of ports

ASUS VE278H - not sure if IPS, but looks good

Take a look at what you want in a monitor, then look for what suits that. for example, i plan on getting a monitor in the future with usb ports on it, I have an adjustable stand on this one and will need one on future ones, etc. make the monitor fit your needs. i don't know what is available where you live, i assume amazon and newegg are there. the 2 amazon monitors i posted are available with prime, so you could get free 2 day shipping.

The first two are either not available or no longer being sold (Viewsonic)
The third one, Asus i have looked at , however it's a bit costly so i am trying to find an alternative.
But i may get it...if i can't find a monitor that's cheaper and roughly same performance and features.

EDIT: Nvm about the Asus monitor. I must been thinking of the VG278H
Edited by Rar4f - 9/14/13 at 4:32pm
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Why only 1080p and not 1440p?
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Why only 1080p and not 1440p?
I have barely any experience with building so all of this stuff is new to me.

My last computer was laggy on even low settings, and i had a relatively old monitor.

So suggest 1440p monitors as well if they arent very expensive.
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I have barely any experience with building so all of this stuff is new to me.

My last computer was laggy on even low settings, and i had a relatively old monitor.

So suggest 1440p monitors as well if they arent very expensive.

Here...they overclock to between 96-120Hz as well.

Movies/tv look amazing on this monitor. Games are incredible too.
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post #7 of 7
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Originally Posted by Remmib View Post

Here...they overclock to between 96-120Hz as well.

Movies/tv look amazing on this monitor. Games are incredible too.
Let me know if you find more monitors worthy of being recommended.

And thanks smile.gif
I'll have to see if it's sold where i live.

Ordering from outside country is counterproductive with import, custom tax and fees.

EDIT:
Nope that monitor is not available for me frown.gif
Edited by Rar4f - 9/14/13 at 5:15pm
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