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Dell U2414H vs Samsung S24D390HL or anything better

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Dell U2414H vs Samsung S24D390HL

dell
http://www.amazon.com/Dell-UltraSharp-U2414H-1080p-Monitor/dp/B00H4MJ1M0/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1400260361&sr=1-1&keywords=dell+U2414H
samsung
http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-23-6-Inch-Viewing-Monitor-S24D390HL/dp/B00IEZGYNK


I want it to be 16:9 because I never had a 16:10 and 1920x1080p and 24" also IPS please.


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Easily the Dell U2414H between those two. Much smaller physical bezel, much better stand, and a much better warranty. The stand upgrade itself is worth the price difference, not including the better warranty. Samsung's stands are flimsy pieces of crap.

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Originally Posted by Kinaesthetic View Post

Easily the Dell U2414H between those two. Much smaller physical bezel, much better stand, and a much better warranty. The stand upgrade itself is worth the price difference, not including the better warranty. Samsung's stands are flimsy pieces of crap.

Okay i have also heard a lot about 1080p at 27" to be to pix elated anything you can tell me about that although the dell is 24"
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1080p @ 27" is definitely a bit pixelated. I wouldn't go 27" @ 1080p. Mininum would be 1440p @ 27". The PPI just becomes to low @ 1080p at that size.

 

At 24 inches, though, the PPI should be more than enough for the average user @ 1080p.

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1080p @ 27" is definitely a bit pixelated. I wouldn't go 27" @ 1080p. Mininum would be 1440p @ 27". The PPI just becomes to low @ 1080p at that size.

At 24 inches, though, the PPI should be more than enough for the average user @ 1080p.
Since I am coming from a 1366x768 32" samsung tv I think that I will be blown away by the dell U2414H
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1080p @ 27" is definitely a bit pixelated. I wouldn't go 27" @ 1080p. Mininum would be 1440p @ 27". The PPI just becomes to low @ 1080p at that size.

At 24 inches, though, the PPI should be more than enough for the average user @ 1080p.

Also what is your position on the Asus MX239H

http://www.amazon.com/Asus-MX239H-23-Inch-LED-backlit-Frameless/dp/B00B1IAL7W
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If you decide to go 1440p, I would recommend the AOC Q2770PQU. Just picked one up a few weeks ago and I have been very happy with it! But make sure you have a good GPU to push it thumb.gif
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post #8 of 10
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If you decide to go 1440p, I would recommend the AOC Q2770PQU. Just picked one up a few weeks ago and I have been very happy with it! But make sure you have a good GPU to push it thumb.gif

I dont think my gtx 760 2gb vram could push a 1440p monitor in games but I can max out on 1080p
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PCM reviews says Samsung with its AD-PLS use sightly lighter ag coating than IPS
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PCM reviews says Samsung with its AD-PLS use sightly lighter ag coating than IPS

So what does that mean colour wise
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