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April 3, 2014 12:17:50 PM

Hey guys, i'm planning to buy a new gaming monitor for 1080p gaming. Which monitor do you guys recommend for me for around €100 - $120? My videocard is the MSI R9 270 and i'm playing games like BF4, Metro: Last Light, Crysis 3, Tomb Raider etc.

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April 3, 2014 12:21:59 PM

well...basicaly the biggest one you can find that as a 1080p resolution and 60hz...for that budget you have it's only about size and resolution, you will be in the low end monitor but they all should do fine...if you come to hesitate between two models in the same price brackets check the specs and pick the one with the lowest latencies (ms)
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April 3, 2014 12:44:55 PM

paitjsu sadff said:
well...basicaly the biggest one you can find that as a 1080p resolution and 60hz...for that budget you have it's only about size and resolution, you will be in the low end monitor but they all should do fine...if you come to hesitate between two models in the same price brackets check the specs and pick the one with the lowest latencies (ms)


And if would spend like $50 more on a monitor would it be worth it for my gaming experience?
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April 3, 2014 12:49:33 PM

rickvondeling said:
paitjsu sadff said:
well...basicaly the biggest one you can find that as a 1080p resolution and 60hz...for that budget you have it's only about size and resolution, you will be in the low end monitor but they all should do fine...if you come to hesitate between two models in the same price brackets check the specs and pick the one with the lowest latencies (ms)


And if would spend like $50 more on a monitor would it be worth it for my gaming experience?

well...if 60hz (60fps) is enough for you then i would say no...if you're looking for 120hz (120fps) in youre game and an extra 50$ would allow you to get a 120hz monitor then i would say yes...i would recommand getting a 24" monitor if possible, if you go 60hz then a led monitor if possible...check reviews on the models you are looking at to see if they have good colors etc...
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