Hey, thanks for the suggestion but prior to this I'd read some pretty bad reviews about ghosting and the colour saturations really letting some people down... again thanks for the suggestion. What about the Dell U2312HM? I know its an IPS but its 8ms response time isn't too bad. Newegg says it's sold out but I'm buying in the UK so I'm using Scan instead. any other suggestions welcome
That's pretty expensive, especially with an 8ms response time. Color saturations are easy to fix with some changes in the settings, if not through the monitor, through nvidia's or amd's software. You can just sort by highest rated or lowest priced with filters set and find one, read some reviews, etc.
`If you want good color, pretty much every "IPS" panel can deliver that to you. I currently use an IPS monitor as my main display for gaming, and have a TN monitor for my secondary just for my music and apps. IPS delivers much more accurate rich colors and better viewing angles. Every TN panel I experience has washed out color and poor viewing angles making me always have to adjust my head to make sure I'm at the right angle.
` A good affordable IPS monitor solution would be this one. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
I like this one because it has a very good response time for IPS making it great for gaming, has HDMI, 23.8" screen size, 5ms response time, and great reviews. If you are looking for something more specific I will try my best, but hope this is what your are looking for.
Thanks a lot for the answers guys, I was willing to go over-budget with the dell 'cause I'd heard glowing reports but like you said its expensive and I could get more or less the same from a newer and cheaper panel I was actually considering an LG 24EA53 based on me reading somewhere that Dice used this monitor to showcase bf4.