Just buy the cheapest 1080p monitor available: I got a cheap LG flatron TN monitor and it is fine for everything tongue.gif But there is always space to improve and get something better haha XD
This is true, the ms
response time is the gtg (grey to grey) of the pixels not the actual response time of the monitor. Any standard TN monitor will be the same in terms of displaying output so try not to think too hard or spend too much on it. As I mentioned before if you want to get an actual benefit from your monitor for the cost then you need to go IPS or 120Hz. Just to point it out you can go with this AOC 22"
with the same type of display performance and save $50.
Unless you can get stuff for second hand off trademe I would seriously consider waiting until the holiday specials come out. You could easily save 10% and raise your budget to get better components.
EDIT: Have a look at this list
, it's a quick one so I haven't had time to check all the components throughly. It should be editable so you can add your windows 8 on top of itEdited by SpartanVXL - 11/22/13 at 12:21am