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Best 2560x1600 gaming screens?

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so much to spend money on, so little money

There is the Dell u3011, cheapest I can find is $1'882
and the HP ZR30w, for $2'152

But these both have bad input lag. ZR30w peaking at 10-11 ms and u3011 peaking at 25ms, maybe a bit higher if i recall.

so those arent really ment for gaming.

What else is there?
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the ZR30W is 1219.99 at newegg,
and the u3011 is 1379.99

i don't think you'll find a "gaming" 30" monitor, they're still aimed at professionals

however, i think 6ms g2g is perfectly fine for gaming (what my monitor is)

EDIT: didn't see norway, sorry. u3011 would be my pick if i were in the market
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got 2 ms g2g right now, I really think i will notice a difference.

yeh, Norwegian prices sucks, not only the food prices -.-

I guess I'll wait some more if gaming monitors with 2560x1600 are non existant
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