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27+ Inch Monitor For Gaming - 200$

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September 18, 2013 6:14:49 PM

Title says it all! I'd like to keep it around 200$ a little more or less is fine. For Gaming and HD Video Editing. Needs 1920 x 1080 and DVI. 120 Hz is great, but 60 is fine, too.

Thanks A Bunch Guys!

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September 18, 2013 6:20:59 PM

Get this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Sale ends today! It's $20 off listed price, putting it at $200. It meets all your requirements and has excellent reviews, 1080p, 4ms, DVI, etc.

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September 19, 2013 8:41:48 AM

Hey christopher, that budget is really tight, a week ago I was in the same position as you and I did a lot of research because I like to research online before spending my hard earned money. I came across a site called best gaming monitor and some youtube vids and ended up buying the BENQ XL2420TE and I'm very happy with it, it was a bit expensive but it was definitely worth it! I couldn't find other site specifically for gaming monitors.

I checked again and found the BenQ VA GW2750HM it's a little bit over 200$ but it's a great monitor. It's 27, 1080p, dvi, hdmi, vga, 60hz.

Hope it helps!

edit: ACTechy's option is a great choice too!
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September 19, 2013 3:50:35 PM

TheGoldStar said:
Hey christopher, that budget is really tight, a week ago I was in the same position as you and I did a lot of research because I like to research online before spending my hard earned money. I came across a site called best gaming monitor and some youtube vids and ended up buying the BENQ XL2420TE and I'm very happy with it, it was a bit expensive but it was definitely worth it! I couldn't find other site specifically for gaming monitors.

I checked again and found the BenQ VA GW2750HM it's a little bit over 200$ but it's a great monitor. It's 27, 1080p, dvi, hdmi, vga, 60hz.

Hope it helps!

edit: ACTechy's option is a great choice too!


Oh thanks!

That monitor looks great! I'm just concerned about the 60hz, as I don't quite know what it means, but I know there are 120hz and even 144hz monitors out their and don't know if I should just cough up the extra dough for a 120... But, I don't even know what the difference is so I'm going to research!

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September 19, 2013 4:01:54 PM

Christopher Gonzalez said:

Oh thanks!

That monitor looks great! I'm just concerned about the 60hz, as I don't quite know what it means, but I know there are 120hz and even 144hz monitors out their and don't know if I should just cough up the extra dough for a 120... But, I don't even know what the difference is so I'm going to research!

Thanks a Lot!


120Hz is the refresh rate. It means the monitor is refreshing twice as fast as a standard 60Hz monitor. So if you are able to play games at 120fps, that would mean you could see all the fps. Unless you really wanna spend the dough and you're going to be able to run games at 120fps, don't bother. If you buy 120Hz monitor but are only gaming at 50-60fps, you'll never see the difference.

And you would probably not even hardly see the difference between 60Hz and 120Hz anyway, unless you have quite perceptive eyes :) 
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