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Recommended 24" monitor for 2d Nvidia Surround

I thinking about investing in three monitors for a 2d Nvidia surround, thought I would ask the experts.

I don't want to break the farm, but don't want to go any smaller than 24" @ 1080P. Was looking at the ASUS VG248QE, amazon has them @ $266 per. Was also looking at the Benq RL2450HT, amazon has them at $184.99

Here is the dilemna, I heard the Benq is a great gaming monitor, but the bezels supposedly are thicker which doesn't lend well to a surround set up, The Asus is highly rated, but they are also 3d enabled, and appear to be a little pricier as a result.

I really don't want to invest in three monitors and not be happy with them, and I am not against 3d in the future, but response time and 120hz seem to be what I should be concerned with?

Any suggestions on other monitors to be had in this price range?

Thanks,

Jeff
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    The big thing with 2D is Lightboost and the elimination of motion blur.

    http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/motion_blur.htm

    http://pcmonitors.info/others/benq-xl2411t-vs-asus-vg248qe

    Looking at the above review, the BenQ has better color "outta the box" meaning better calibration.....but the difference is mostly eliminated with loading the provided ICC profile. Ben Q has some ghosting issues but not everyone sees them.
  2. You really cannot go wrong with either one imo.
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