Monitor Guide

My old CRT monitor is getting ready for the great desktop in the sky and needs replacing soon. So any good guides out there or can anybody recommendations for a good monitor to replace it.

Price is not a major consideration but needs to be reasonable and I don't want another CRT Monitor.
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  1. That depends on what your uses are. It also depends on how close you are to the monitor. In my opinion just stick to name brands, the AOC I got from Circuit City last year is already partly busted(power button doesn't work, still able to turn on).
  2. Albion221 said:
    My old CRT monitor is getting ready for the great desktop in the sky and needs replacing soon. So any good guides out there or can anybody recommendations for a good monitor to replace it.

    Price is not a major consideration but needs to be reasonable and I don't want another CRT Monitor.



    If it is higher res you will find that it is harder on your graphics card...

    But anyways..

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236052

    If your willing to spend $200 it seems to get nothing but good reviews..

    Just make sure you upgrade your video drivers before useing it. =p
  3. TFTCentral is a resource about LCD technology and has some reviews:

    http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/specs.htm


    Prad.de has several monitor reviews that can help you decide.

    http://www.prad.de/en/monitore/reviews.html
  4. Thanks some good ideas i suppose i use my monitor for playing older games, word processing and the internet. So there really is no need for a high end monitor. I should have added that my GPU is an 8600 GT
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