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User Info: Kalirion

Kalirion
4 weeks ago#1
My Acer's dying, it can't even hold its native resolution any longer without parts of the screen flashing, so I find myself in need of a replacement.

I don't have a powerful rig (quite the opposite actually), and if after upgrading (should I ever get around to it) I think 1080p should be enough for me, but this time around I think I'd like an IPS for the added image quality.

Anyone know of a good 23" IPS 1080p monitor that has high enough response times for gaming and great visual quality for movie & anime watching?
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User Info: mucloud

mucloud
3 weeks ago#2
Get a 24" 144 hz monitor

Acer
AOC
Sony
Visio

Any one will do

If you wasn't a gaming one get either a Acer or AOC.
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User Info: VoidNoodle

VoidNoodle
3 weeks ago#3
I'm using an AOC i2367Fh. I think it's pretty cheap if you can find it.

Only 60hz, but I managed to OC it to 100hz so I guess it's fine.
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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
3 weeks ago#4
f*** Acer get either one of these monitor brands

BenQ
Asus
Dell
Samsung
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User Info: Kalirion

Kalirion
3 weeks ago#5
144Hz is overkill for my little HD4850 :)

Obviously I'll upgrade at some point, but I'll wait to worry about that when I do.

How is http://www.microcenter.com/product/488703/S2316M_23_IPS_LED_Monitor ?
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User Info: ToastyOne

ToastyOne
3 weeks ago#6
VoidNoodle posted...
I'm using an AOC i2367Fh. I think it's pretty cheap if you can find it.

Only 60hz, but I managed to OC it to 100hz so I guess it's fine.


Fine? That's an insane overclock. Most 60hz monitors only overclock to 75hz.

User Info: MASKOAAA

MASKOAAA
3 weeks ago#7
If your doing movie watching you want a VA panel...IPS and TN will have 1000:1 contrast ratio where a VA panel will be 3000:1. Whats your budget?
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User Info: Kalirion

Kalirion
3 weeks ago#8
Honestly, I do more anime watching than movie watching. Never actually heard of a "panel" before. My budget is basically "don't wanna pay too much for something I'm not going to get a lot out of".

Edit: just looked it up, and VA panels supposedly suffer more from ghosting than even IPS, which affects gaming (something I'd be doing more than live action movie watching.)
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User Info: captsplatter_1

captsplatter_1
3 weeks ago#9
I feel IPS is the way to go if you are anime watching due to colors.
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User Info: ToastyOne

ToastyOne
3 weeks ago#10
Do you prefer glossy or matte? Glossy has very clear image quality and vibrant colors but reflections can be a problem. Matte removes the reflection issue but introduces a slightly grainy image and not as vibrant colors.
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