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What Is A Good Gaming Monitor For A Cheap(ish) Price? :)

Hey guys,
I would really like to know what a great monitor for gaming is at a cheap(ish) price. I was thinking under 175$(CAD) and maybe even under 150$(CAD) if I can find a good one at that price. I would really like it if it were a 1080p full hd monitor, and nothing too big preferably 21.5". If you guys can help me from your personal experience that would be nice. :) I would appreciate it if you used this website: http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.php?cPath=22_1195
to find the monitor. :) Please help, it is greatly appreciated. :):):):):)
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  1. ASUS VN248H-P ($149.99 after mail-in rebate @ Newegg Canada)
  2. ksham said:
    ASUS VN248H-P ($149.99 after mail-in rebate @ Newegg Canada)


    Ty for your response, but I don't really count the mail in rebate and I'd like it if it were from the website I linked, but don't get me wrong I appreciate your response. :)
  3. I've found that my IPS panel with the same response time and refresh rate as my other TN panel has more motion blur. So for gaming, I wouldn't suggest any IPS or VA panels if you are going to play any FPS games as the blur may be irritating.
    http://www.canadacomputers.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_1195_700_1103&item_id=071674
  4. jjs0891 said:
    I've found that my IPS panel with the same response time and refresh rate as my other TN panel has more motion blur. So for gaming, I wouldn't suggest any IPS or VA panels if you are going to play any FPS games as the blur may be irritating.


    What is the difference between IOS and other panels? Sorry I'm not that good in the field of monitors. :P Please reply and please help me out. :) It is greatly appreciated. :):):)
  5. IPS/VA Panels typically have better and more accurate colors (different from monitor to monitor), brightness, viewing angles, But if you want to have the best gaming experience without any noticeable blur, TN panels are the better choice for that.
    Vacka said:
    jjs0891 said:
    I've found that my IPS panel with the same response time and refresh rate as my other TN panel has more motion blur. So for gaming, I wouldn't suggest any IPS or VA panels if you are going to play any FPS games as the blur may be irritating.


    What is the difference between IOS and other panels? Sorry I'm not that good in the field of monitors. :P Please reply and please help me out. :) It is greatly appreciated. :):):)
  6. jjs0891 said:
    IPS/VA Panels typically have better and more accurate colors (different from monitor to monitor), brightness, viewing angles, But if you want to have the best gaming experience without any noticeable blur, TN panels are the better choice for that.
    Vacka said:
    jjs0891 said:
    I've found that my IPS panel with the same response time and refresh rate as my other TN panel has more motion blur. So for gaming, I wouldn't suggest any IPS or VA panels if you are going to play any FPS games as the blur may be irritating.


    What is the difference between IOS and other panels? Sorry I'm not that good in the field of monitors. :P Please reply and please help me out. :) It is greatly appreciated. :):):)




    Can you show me that is under 174$ from this website: http://www.canadacomputers.com/index.php?cPath=22_1195 ? :D:D:D:D
  7. Best answer
    These two both have similar specifications. The only difference is
    http://www.canadacomputers.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_1195_700_704&item_id=042165 this one has an HMDI port, more trusted brand to some

    http://www.canadacomputers.com/product_info.php?cPath=22_1195_700_704&item_id=073701
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