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Whitch 24" IPS monitor under 200 dollars for gaming etc?

post #1 of 7
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Hi, i want buy monitor mainly for gaming.Yes, i know that tn panel is better for gaming,but i love ips biggrin.gif
What i want? I want ips under 200 with small imput lag and small responze time. Its for me more important like other parameters .I want buy 3 for eyefinity and (now) one radeon 7970 for it.Thanks for responses.And sorry for bad english! ? biggrin.gif


And:
I looked up for some monitors and i found this:
http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/VX239H/
and this bigger,brobably better
http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/VN248H/
What you say about these one?
Edited by lojzo1998 - 10/23/13 at 9:32am
post #2 of 7
Hello and welcome to the forums smile.gif

Well to get the least amount of input lag, find a monitor without a built in scaler, and no more than one input. Not sure if you can get that with IPS on normal consumer monitors. Personally been using Korean monitors in the last years, there you have no problem finding IPS/PLS with only one input biggrin.gif HDMI monitors almost always have built in scalers.

Asus monitors are very good though, so it's a safe buy.
    
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Ok i bought lg ips237l for 120€.What you think?Could it be good for fps games?
post #4 of 7
It all depends on the user really, for me no (I'm hardcore about delay and lag). But for you it might be just fine!
So if you are not happy with it, you could always return it. It looks as a pretty typical IPS monitor, and had very nice looks.
    
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Yes im beginner in hardcore gaming so it will be probably adequate for me biggrin.gif And if i will later want eyefinity on tripple monitor in landscape and fullhd,which lowest (in performance) intel cpu will be not bottleneck for it?(first 1xGTX 680,and later add second card OR BUY 7970?What you think?)
Edited by lojzo1998 - 10/24/13 at 1:17pm
post #6 of 7
Hehe probably smile.gif Most monitors are fine for everyone really.

Well it depends on which cpu you got and what clocks you are running it at. But if you have say a decent new'ish Intel quad core at 3ghz+ there are few things that will be bottlenecked by CPU.
Personally I prefer Nvidia GPU's, the drivers, support and interface is much better than AMD. I have owned countless cards from both sides, and they are both good. AMD will probably always be the best price/performer, but I am more than willing to pay a little extra to get the better drivers.
Although AMD has become better with drivers, but they still are a good bit behind Nvidia on this part. Hardware wise AMD is good. From what I have heard, Nvidia is also better with triple monitors, but I have no personal experience on this subject.

You can find some pretty good deals on 680's used now, and 680 is pretty much the same as a 770. 7970 is also a very good card, so either one you end up on is a good choice smile.gif
If you decide to pick up some 680's try to get a 4gb model if you plan on using triple monitors in the future.
    
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post #7 of 7
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i really nont know now if buy 7970 or 680 biggrin.gif Somebody say "buy 7970" and somebody "680" biggrin.gif
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