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Hanns-G monitors are amazing. I'd take one over any Samsung.
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Hanns-G monitors are amazing. I'd take one over any Samsung.
Seriously? They're way cheaper than the Samsungs are they really that good?
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Hanns-G monitors are amazing. I'd take one over any Samsung.
I wouldn't go that far...plus Hanns-G is known for their spotty customer service. I am happy with my 19" Hanns-G widescreen though.
    
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http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=ACER-2416W

This is the best bang for buck for the size. This has the S-PVA panel, not the semi-crappy TN panel most monitors use.
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yeah what you need to be looking at in a monitor is refresh rate because that is going to dictate the max fps you can achieve. im using a hanns-g 19" thats got a 75 max refresh rate. im running a 4870 so i know i can get much more than that. dont be an idiot like me and get a monitor with good refresh rates. look for vertical and horizontal frequency, that will telll you the refresh rate, which is measured in hz
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