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Looking for 1080p budget monitor for my new gaming PC

Just ordered a new gaming PC, was hoping it would be usable with my TV, but I found out otherwise. So I'm looking for a Monitor which will run well with my GTX 670, my budget is around £80 although I was hoping to spend a bit less. So any suggestions on a good budget monitor to make full use of my new PC.

Thanks in advance.
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    SammyNib said:
    Just ordered a new gaming PC, was hoping it would be usable with my TV, but I found out otherwise. So I'm looking for a Monitor which will run well with my GTX 670, my budget is around £80 although I was hoping to spend a bit less. So any suggestions on a good budget monitor to make full use of my new PC.

    Thanks in advance.


    BenQ RL2240H 21.5 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor= 149$


    BenQ GW2450HM 24 inch LED Backlit LCD Monitor=200$

    Dell St2240L =148$


    i own the RL2240H its the bang for the buck
  2. clutchc said:


    You should state the cons of 27" 1080p as well have a look in the video as the 27" 1080p is on the right https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vt0CJcUi4w

    Bascially 1440p would be a better option at 27" and at 1080p 23" 24" would be ideal
  3. determinologyz said:
    clutchc said:


    You should state the cons of 27" 1080p as well have a look in the video as the 27" 1080p is on the right https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vt0CJcUi4w

    Bascially 1440p would be a better option at 27" and at 1080p 23" 24" would be ideal


    Cons? Yes, a higher resolution always looks better in appearance than a lower resolution. But, to be honest, comparing the two displays in your video, I'm not sure the extra expense would be worth it to me. Especially considering that means lower frame rate and poorer frame times from any given graphic card. And the OP did give a price range of around £80 ($128 USD)

    But I respect your opinion.
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