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High resolution videogaming monitor

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July 26, 2013 9:55:42 AM

Budget: 2.5K

Resolution: 2560x1600p or 2560x1440p and/or open to other options

Goal:Play videogames on one screen, that's very large/high quality
(Mind, I can max out nearly every game on my setup, so no worries there.)

I've had a few monitors die on me, so I'm looking for help from the Tom's Hardware community for this one! -Thanks

Hope I didn't put this in the wrong category...

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July 26, 2013 10:29:39 AM

If you live by a Microcenter then I recommend the Auria 27" 2560x1440 monitor. I've had one since last fall and it has been very good. There are a few quirks with it, mainly when games launch the first time at a weird resolution. It should be $400. I don't see how the extra row of 160 pixels is worth ~$600 either.
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July 26, 2013 10:36:38 AM

Gloria Hefner said:
Budget: 2.5K

Resolution: 2560x1600p or 2560x1440p and/or open to other options

Goal:Play videogames on one screen, that's very large/high quality
(Mind, I can max out nearly every game on my setup, so no worries there.)

I've had a few monitors die on me, so I'm looking for help from the Tom's Hardware community for this one! -Thanks

Hope I didn't put this in the wrong category...

AOC i2757fh/fm is quite good....its 1080p monitor but its IPS penal monitor....its hard to beat....awsome monitor with great price....
hear is the review link
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/aoc-i2757fh-viewson...
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July 26, 2013 11:48:43 AM

I do live within ~30 minutes of a microcenter, so thanks!
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