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Best Monitor for PC Gaming?

Im looking for a fairly cheap monitor that is full 1080p hd and is about 22inches.

Also I would like to know if 24 inches is too big? and if 22 inches will be just fine. Would like to know from experience thanks!
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  1. i prefer ips as picture quality is superior over tn panels. some people like tn 144hz monitors for the buttery smooth gameplay.
    it really depends on your budget and what you are going to be using it for
  2. What is your budget?
    and is 24' too big compared to what? where are you using this? Do you have a work area big enough?. I currently work on a 23" and I find it perfect for the 24" distance I watch it from.
  3. that one is good but this one has a lower response time for the same price, other specs are the same
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vx228h

    this one is the same price as the one you have listed and is an ips with superior colors viewing angle and picture quality
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vs229hp

    if you want one cheaper than that but similar specs but a tn panel
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/benq-monitor-gw2255

    and 24" is a sweetspot for 1080p in alot of opinions i prefer 27" but i wouldnt go above that but if your budget is around 140 then i would go with one of these
  4. tachybana said:
    What is your budget?
    and is 24' too big compared to what? where are you using this? Do you have a work area big enough?. I currently work on a 23" and I find it perfect for the 24" distance I watch it from.



    My budget is around 175 and lower. Also my friend has a 24 inch tv and it seems a little too big for my liking, I'm thinking a 23 inch is about good for me.
  5. Bad_Kitty13 said:
    that one is good but this one has a lower response time for the same price, other specs are the same
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vx228h

    this one is the same price as the one you have listed and is an ips with superior colors viewing angle and picture quality
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vs229hp

    if you want one cheaper than that but similar specs but a tn panel
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/benq-monitor-gw2255

    and 24" is a sweetspot for 1080p in alot of opinions i prefer 27" but i wouldnt go above that but if your budget is around 140 then i would go with one of these


    Well can a 23 inch go full 1080p? (not quite sure how that works). my budget is about 175 and lower but... one around 150-140 is where im looking for.
  6. Bad_Kitty13 said:
    that one is good but this one has a lower response time for the same price, other specs are the same
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vx228h

    this one is the same price as the one you have listed and is an ips with superior colors viewing angle and picture quality
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vs229hp

    if you want one cheaper than that but similar specs but a tn panel
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/benq-monitor-gw2255

    and 24" is a sweetspot for 1080p in alot of opinions i prefer 27" but i wouldnt go above that but if your budget is around 140 then i would go with one of these


    This one is the same but its 23'' http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236175
  7. Best answer
    yes 1080 can be on pretty much any display from 7" up to 80"

    that is a good tn panel with low response time

    here is an ips with 5ms response and is 23"
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vs239hp

    i prefer ips because the picture is so much better i have 2 ips and 1 tn, i use the tn for online fps games and my ips's for everything else but im getting ready to sell it because the difference in input lag is noticeable but not that bad at all and i prefer the picture quality of the ips monitors
  8. Bad_Kitty13 said:
    yes 1080 can be on pretty much any display from 7" up to 80"

    that is a good tn panel with low response time

    here is an ips with 5ms response and is 23"
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-monitor-vs239hp

    i prefer ips because the picture is so much better i have 2 ips and 1 tn, i use the tn for online fps games and my ips's for everything else but im getting ready to sell it because the difference in input lag is noticeable but not that bad at all and i prefer the picture quality of the ips monitors


    Considering the difference between 5ms and 2ms is not that great I think i'll go ahead and get that monitor, thank you so much!
  9. no problem you will love it :)
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