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best monitor for gaming & watching movies ..Asus or Samsung?

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November 3, 2013 1:26:21 AM

I'm looking for a 23 inch monitor and i can't find what suits me more, From colors, contrast, sharpness and pureness ..what will be more enjoyable at playing games and watching movies? Asus monitors, or Samsung monitors?

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November 3, 2013 1:13:27 AM

They are both amazing brands in whatever they do, although I myself tend to go with Asus on this. I myself have an Asus ve278q and really love it. It is a 27" model but i don't mind that.

When selecting your monitor keep these things in mind:
-response time max: 5ms
-colour depth: 16,7 million colours
-refresh rate: 60/120/144 Herz
-dynamic contrast ratio min: 1000000:1
-TN panel (if you play competirive)
-IPS panel (if you play for the experience)

TN panels are better for playing a lot of fps' but IPS panels give a more cinematic view to everything you do, I myself will buy an IPS panel on my next monitor upgrade.

Hope I helped,

Gecko
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November 3, 2013 2:06:20 AM

ScopeThaGecko said:
They are both amazing brands in whatever they do, although I myself tend to go with Asus on this. I myself have an Asus ve278q and really love it. It is a 27" model but i don't mind that.

When selecting your monitor keep these things in mind:
-response time max: 5ms
-colour depth: 16,7 million colours
-refresh rate: 60/120/144 Herz
-dynamic contrast ratio min: 1000000:1
-TN panel (if you play competirive)
-IPS panel (if you play for the experience)

TN panels are better for playing a lot of fps' but IPS panels give a more cinematic view to everything you do, I myself will buy an IPS panel on my next monitor upgrade.

Hope I helped,

Gecko


thanks Gecko and huilun02, that helped a lot
i think I'm into the Samsung TN panel because it will give more FPS than the Asus IPS Panel, but if it won't give a noticeable FPS i will go to ASUS cause of the View
another thing..I'm concerning about the viewing angle..is 160 vertical viewing angle is good? i don't sit at right/left angels..but i kindda sit in a low position infront of the screen..like sometimes the bottom of the screen at the top of my head
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November 3, 2013 2:14:18 AM

whiteknights said:
ScopeThaGecko said:
They are both amazing brands in whatever they do, although I myself tend to go with Asus on this. I myself have an Asus ve278q and really love it. It is a 27" model but i don't mind that.

When selecting your monitor keep these things in mind:
-response time max: 5ms
-colour depth: 16,7 million colours
-refresh rate: 60/120/144 Herz
-dynamic contrast ratio min: 1000000:1
-TN panel (if you play competirive)
-IPS panel (if you play for the experience)

TN panels are better for playing a lot of fps' but IPS panels give a more cinematic view to everything you do, I myself will buy an IPS panel on my next monitor upgrade.

Hope I helped,

Gecko


thanks Gecko and huilun02, that helped a lot
i think I'm into the Samsung TN panel because it will give more FPS than the Asus IPS Panel, but if it won't give a noticeable FPS i will go to ASUS cause of the View
another thing..I'm concerning about the viewing angle..is 160 vertical viewing angle is good? i don't sit at right/left angels..but i kindda sit in a low position infront of the screen..like sometimes the bottom of the screen at the top of my head


IPS panels will never show the amazing response time and refresh rates a lot of the TN panels can deliver. The colour reproduction although is breathtakingly spectacular (my opinion).

The viewing angle is just fine, if you do come up with issues you can adjust the screens angle to your view.
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