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Ive been using an hdtv(an off brand even) for a few months now. Its nattive was like 1440x900 or something. The colors and stuff are washed out and blurry on a lot of games.
Anyways I was using the TV as a substitute screen because the other monitor was only 1200x1000~ and it so happens my sister was home from school.and didnt have anywhere to put it, so I used it. But now she is leaving for school and taking the tv with her.
So now I need a new monitor to utilize the higher end gpu in my computer and was wondering whats a good monitor? I had this one in mind because its asus and im a fan of them:
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Which it never will, seeing how telling me a size isnt telling me which monitor specifically. --- "It seems to have run its course, gone off course, rolled down a cliff, hit a cow and then exploded."~Sven(About a thread.)
That is the one I just got. The one shipping from Amazon is right at $250, and free shipping with prime of course. At the 24 inch mark, and also the only monitor I know of at the 144Hz refresh rate, it is very nice. --- -Death is certain, Life is not -Religion emphasizes faith because if people used logic they would see through the crap
here is the tv i was using http://www.amazon.com/Sansui-SLED2280-22-Inch-LED-LCD-HDTV/dp/B003ICXEXC/ref=pd_sxp_f_i --- "It seems to have run its course, gone off course, rolled down a cliff, hit a cow and then exploded."~Sven(About a thread.)
I have the 22 inch version of that monitor. It's pretty good. --- :: Intel i5 3570k 3.4GHz :: EVGA GTX 760 2GB :: ASUS P8Z77-V LK :: Corsair CX600 :: Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB :: Western Digital 1TB 7200RPM :: ASUS 22'' LED ::