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I'll link you 2 monitors, and you can decide if you want one of them.

These are IPS panels, so the image quality is absolutely the best.

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...=baynoteSearch

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...=baynoteSearch



Of course the 1920x1200 is better, but if that doesn't fit into your budjet, the 1080p one is not too much worse.

This is not your average benq or asus monitor. These are VERY HIGH quality monitors. You won't be unhappy with them...

They are good for graphical design...
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Dell U3011 is hands down the best monitor that i have ever seen. I have the little brother U2711, the resolution is great, the panel is an H-IPS panel from LG, if i remember correctly. The colours are amazing, and the best of all is no ghosting/input lag while gaming. If you have the budget, i would say go for it. It is quite an expensive monitor.
Yeah. $1300-$1400. I'll probably get it off of amazon. They usually have the largest discounts on things. They might have a newer version by black friday though (next year is when I'm building a computer but I'm preparing. It's been a while anyways since the 3007 came out. The 3011 will probably stay here for a while).
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I'll link you 2 monitors, and you can decide if you want one of them.

These are IPS panels, so the image quality is absolutely the best.

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...=baynoteSearch

http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...=baynoteSearch



Of course the 1920x1200 is better, but if that doesn't fit into your budjet, the 1080p one is not too much worse.

This is not your average benq or asus monitor. These are VERY HIGH quality monitors. You won't be unhappy with them...

They are good for graphical design...
They were perfect. They just need to make a newer version but yeah I've looked at these monitors before. They're a piece of heaven.
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Yeah. $1300-$1400. I'll probably get it off of amazon. They usually have the largest discounts on things. They might have a newer version by black friday though (next year is when I'm building a computer but I'm preparing. It's been a while anyways since the 3007 came out. The 3011 will probably stay here for a while).
Either way goodluck mate, once you have gone Ultra HD you will never go back to those cheap little 24" inch Samsung TN panel monitors.
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Either way goodluck mate, once you have gone Ultra HD you will never go back to those cheap little 24" inch Samsung TN panel monitors.
OK. Thanks for the heads up .
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OK. Thanks for the heads up .
Your welcome
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You DO realize that you are linking a bunch of cheap monitors with a 30" monitor that costs something like 1300?

I don't know how old you are. Somehow I remember you talking about your parents, not sure if I am thinking of the right person, but if I do, that 30" is out of the question.

Look up a bunch of reviews.. They should tell you what YOU Want in the monitor. Me? I would want a low input lag since I play fast paced FPS games. An artist? Accurate colors and a high resolution. A grandma? Something cheap and reliable...
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post #39 of 47
As previously mentioned, the Dell UltraSharp U3011 will by far be the best performing monitor out of all the monitors on your list. But it is an expensive choice, and you shouldn't be buying it for gaming unless you have a high end GFX. The HD 5970, GTX 580, 2x HD 6870 CF or the likes would do the job.
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Asus LS 24 inch monitors?
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