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I'm looking to move up from my current monitor and I'm looking for these options.

-Non-AG (its driving me crazy trying to find this feature)
-1080p
-23-24"
-DVI(HDMI is a plus)
-under 250$ if possible.

Please don't come in and say get a Korean monitor. As much as I want one, if I do drop the 350$ on one I don't have the funds right now to get a 7950 to drive it.
 

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IPS or TN
60hz or 120hz
normal or thin bezel
Yes or No on VESA mount?
Able to rotate into Portrait mode?
-IPS assuming its better
-60hz
-Doesnt matter thin>normal
-No, doesn't matter
-Will never use portrait mode
 

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Well I have a HP 2009m right now with 5ms RT, and I have it in my amazon prime cart. I assuming the S2340L is the exact same minus the inputs (has vga and hdmi) so i could get 2 of those and use for surround?

so someone give me the go ahead so I dont get buyers remorse...
 

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S2340M and S2340L are IPS, apparently with more-aggressive response time compensation than on the Ultrasharp models like U2312HM (read: more reverse-ghosting artifacts on some fast motion). Difference just seems to be inputs. I don't think any of these have been reviewed by one of the big sites, but maybe I'm wrong. The other sizes like the 27" and 24" are different and have been reviewed-notably, the 24" model in the series is *VA.

You can't run 3+ monitors on AMD without at least one being through a Displayport output, last time I checked.

If the whole passive 3D horizontal stuff isn't an issue, Asus VG23AH may be a better option. It's only semi-glossy though.
 

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Well I have a HP 2009m right now with 5ms RT, and I have it in my amazon prime cart. I assuming the S2340L is the exact same minus the inputs (has vga and hdmi) so i could get 2 of those and use for surround?

so someone give me the go ahead so I dont get buyers remorse...
As someone whos currently switching from a surround setup to a single 1440p monitor i'm gonna say surround isnt worth it...better to go for one kick ass monitor...
 

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As someone whos currently switching from a surround setup to a single 1440p monitor i'm gonna say surround isnt worth it...better to go for one kick ass monitor...
I agree even though the OP wants a 1080p but soon this year and next year we will start to see higher resolution monitors being pushed more than ever before. I would hate for you to have buyers remorse few months down the line when 1440p / 1600p will drastically drop in price due to newer and higher tech monitors like the 2160p, 2304p, 2700p (4k monitors) will start being released faster and more frequently and in 2015 / 2016 is rumored to have 8k monitors released.

 
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