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not so much brighter, but more LED is more energy conserving and allows for a thinner design. But the panel is still what matters. the 'noticeable to the consumer' shifts in monitor technology i.e. CRT -> LCD -> LED has been in really thinner design and less power consumption. I can still argue that a decent CRT > all for FPS gaming tbh.
not gonna lie, mine is fookin bright. so trust, its brighter. and mines 120hz so its fine for fps
     
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haah now i dont know wether to get LCD or LED
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LED aren't worth the price. They aren't even that much thinner. True they use less energy, but not that much, and you can bring any LCD down in power consumption after setting brightness/contrast.

LED backlit monitors are not better. Now if we were talking full RGB array backlit screens, that would be completely different. That would also have 5-10x the price. You can get nice CCFL backlit LCDs for pretty cheap because they don't have the marketing buzz that LED backlit monitors do right now. Just read up on anything in your price range and pick.
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I recommend the Samsung PX2370. 23", 1920x1080, bright and colors look great. 2ms response time, great for gaming.

How thin it is from the side really freaks people out!
You realize response time means diddly squat, right?
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I recommend the Samsung PX2370. 23", 1920x1080, bright and colors look great. 2ms response time, great for gaming.

How thin it is from the side really freaks people out!
mmmm Yuengling...

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haah now i dont know wether to get LCD or LED
you're not comparing LED to LCD, you're comparing LCD panels with different back-lighting technologies (LED vs CCFL). unless a super-thin monitor is absolutely essential to you, i wouldn't let the back-lighting technology affect your decision. go with the monitor that has other features that suit you best. or go with whatever is cheaper. that being said, i just ordered a VE278Q (which is LED lit) in lieu of the VE276Q (CCFL) simply because it was only $10 more and i figured 'why not?'
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You realize response time means diddly squat, right?
if you're referring to manufacturer's 'tricky methods' of specifying response time (GtG, etc.) then you're correct. but broadly claiming that response time doesn't matter is incorrect. ghosting can occur on monitors with higher response time. some people are more sensitive to this than others.
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if you're referring to manufacturer's 'tricky methods' of specifying response time (GtG, etc.) then you're correct. but broadly claiming that response time doesn't matter is incorrect. ghosting can occur on monitors with higher response time. some people are more sensitive to this than others.
A worst-case response time of <16ms is sufficient for video gaming, and the difference between response times once below 10ms begin to become hard to perceive due to limitations of the human eye.

People worry about if far too much when other things such as input lag are what they should really be looking at.
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People worry about if far too much when other things such as input lag are what they should really be looking at.
i agree
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