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Best bang-for-the-buck 24" IPS monitor for 3D rendering

I've just built a 3D rendering machine for my Sister and she needs a 24" monitor for it. I was thinking IPS because she'll use it for rendering/CAD. Nothing too expensive but not cheap either. Any recommendations?

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I've just built a 3D rendering machine for my Sister and she needs a 24" monitor for it. I was thinking IPS because she'll use it for rendering/CAD. Nothing too expensive but not cheap either. Any recommendations?

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The LG 24MP59G-P is an option i have one myself since i needed a cheap monitor but refused to buy anything with a TN panel

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I forgot to mention that I think it would be better to go with a 1440p 24" monitor unless you guys can think of anything that would be impractical about that.

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Quote: Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
I forgot to mention that I think it would be better to go with a 1440p 24" monitor unless you guys can think of anything that would be impractical about that.
Yeah the PPI is going to be really high so for some it can be really hard to see a damm thing on the monitor
PPI for a 24 inch 1080P monitor is 91,79 but 1440P on the same size is 122,38 and the number drops to 108,79 for 1440P on a 27 inch monitor

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Yeah the PPI is going to be really high so for some it can be really hard to see a damm thing on the monitor
PPI for a 24 inch 1080P monitor is 91,79 but 1440P on the same size is 122,38 and the number drops to 108,79 for 1440P on a 27 inch monitor
You're right. I forgot about PPI. I use a 27" 1440p myself which is fine. So I guess I'm open to both 24" 1080p and 27" 1440p depending on the price difference.

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You're right. I forgot about PPI. I use a 27" 1440p myself which is fine. So I guess I'm open to both 24" 1080p and 27" 1440p depending on the price difference.
1440P is going to cost more so if low price is a must 1080P is where the most options are

I dont know what you have in the Philippines but the LG 24MP59G-P that i have is around $140 US on Amazon so its not a high cost monitor but its not bad
https://www.amazon.com/LG-24MP59G-P-...1589656&sr=8-2

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1440P is going to cost more so if low price is a must 1080P is where the most options are

I dont know what you have in the Philippines but the LG 24MP59G-P that i have is around $140 US on Amazon so its not a high cost monitor but its not bad
https://www.amazon.com/LG-24MP59G-P-...1589656&sr=8-2
Ok. My options are not limited to the Philippines as I usually buy my stuff from the US and have them forwarded here.

Are there any cons for that monitor that I should know about though?

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Ok. My options are not limited to the Philippines as I usually buy my stuff from the US and have them forwarded here.

Are there any cons for that monitor that I should know about though?

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I have had no problems with mine its a good monitor when you consider the price
There are other options out there i just picked the LG because someone on techpowerup was talking about it

I bought s Samsung PLS monitor that was similar to the LG for my nephew and that one was a pile of poo as the stand is super unstable and Freesync is not working

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Just wanted to add in that I have always done 3D modelling in Solidworks & AutoCAD on 24" 1080p monitors and I've always felt they hit the sweet spot for CAD use.

On my 27" monitor at home I felt like I lost productivity due to more screen real estate and having a larger area to navigate while working. Odd and counter intuitive, I know - Just might want to give that a test run before committing to any purchase.

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I have had no problems with mine its a good monitor when you consider the price
There are other options out there i just picked the LG because someone on techpowerup was talking about it

I bought s Samsung PLS monitor that was similar to the LG for my nephew and that one was a pile of poo as the stand is super unstable and Freesync is not working
Gotcha. The price is reasonable for that LG, I completely agree. I guess I just need to read reviews of it first.

Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Just wanted to add in that I have always done 3D modelling in Solidworks & AutoCAD on 24" 1080p monitors and I've always felt they hit the sweet spot for CAD use.

On my 27" monitor at home I felt like I lost productivity due to more screen real estate and having a larger area to navigate while working. Odd and counter intuitive, I know - Just might want to give that a test run before committing to any purchase.
Oh ok, that's good to know. I don't know anything about rendering/CAD but if that's the case then that's more cost savings for us if we just stick with a 24" 1080p monitor like the LG.

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