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The primary use is gaming yes, also casual movie watching, casual image editing, that sort of stuff. I have a AMD HD7950, and I am looking at, preferably $200-$250 USD. I actually made another thread to clarify some of the differences between IPS and TN, to help inform my decision. The thread contains my requirements with a little more depth, you can check it out here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1428006/clarifying-differences-between-tn-and-ips-color-and-viewing-angle
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You will drive yourself mad trying to find the perfect monitor that fits your budget. I researched a lot to find a decent one for myself. I bought mine from Asus. It was one of many I looked at. The expensive Foris FS2333 from Eizo fell short with me. I would love to see a new gaming IPS display monitor from them with DisplayPort, no speakers, a decent bezel and availability in larger sizes. A lot of PC gamers would probably want it too. lol I chose to use Prad.de as a good all-around example. It is definitely not the only website you should consider reading.

DELL UltraSharp U2212HM (prad.de) is highly regarded on the web.
LG Flatron IPS235P-BN (prad.de) has good reviews online.
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