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November 2, 2010 4:02:05 AM

So I already picked up the rest of my i5 build i discussed over on homebuilt.
I did not order the monitor I discussed in my post due to a few
poor points in a professional review. So on to the important info.

Requirements
Native 1920 x 1080
2ms or GTG or 5ms wbw or w/e the other standard is called.
23" Or greater
DVI obviously
Stand only needs tilt. height doesn't matter either way in my situation
Rich Darks are key being that this display will be frequently used
for watching streaming content with the GF as well as gaming

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November 2, 2010 4:35:00 AM

can u give me more info like what king of games are u going to play and are you going to use 3-d vision and whats ur buget
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November 2, 2010 8:05:21 AM

when it comes to games i usually lazy it up on wow but of late ive been on alota FPS mostly Quakelive* and about 3d its not necessary. not until it becomes mainstream rather than an enthusiast/ Afterthought factor.
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November 2, 2010 8:07:15 AM

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23-inch TN Panel With 1920x1080 Resolution
1000:1 Contrast Ratio (70,000:1 Dynamic)
300 cd/m^2 Brightness

5ms Response Time (Grey-to-Grey)

170 Degree Horizontal and 160 Degree Vertical Viewing Angles

Which breaks down to an ~11-13ms full response time
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November 2, 2010 1:52:36 PM

vada said:
for another 4$ this baby has everything u asked for and more
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


then in that case the samsung b2330 has all that u asked for just on the limit
it dosent compromise on anything u can find it on the link in the quote and im nt sure about the tilt though!
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November 2, 2010 6:37:20 PM

vada said:
then in that case the samsung b2330 has all that u asked for just on the limit
it dosent compromise on anything u can find it on the link in the quote and im nt sure about the tilt though!


ya, as i pointed out above tho, 5 ms *even tho its not listed as GTG on newegg it is on review sites* Is Much slower than 5ms bwb or w/e the other standard is called.

5ms GTG =~ 11-13ms in the more precise alternate scaling system
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November 3, 2010 9:16:41 AM

does the response time really matter and 10 or 15 ms is really not going to make a difference and besides this monitor is a really good one and whats more itz in your buget and theres another alienware moniter but itz a good 50$ out of ur buget
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November 3, 2010 9:37:39 AM

I would recommend this monitor:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=24-236-...

It fits all the requirements you listed.

24inch screen
1920x1080 native resolution.
Full HD
HDMI, DVI, D-Sub connections
2ms GTG response time
Tilt

Also, 3 years parts and labor warranty (as opposed to 1 year for that Samsung for example).

And I personally have a 19inch ASUS variant of this monitor (Not HD though) and it has astounding image quality.. I can only imagine how HD looks on this one.
I am very satisfied with mine, and will buy ASUS again. If I were upgrading to 1920x1080 resolution with HD, this is the one I would buy.

And in any case, it has very good reviews on Newegg.

Oh, and it comes with a free HDMI cable if you order before 10/11!

Hope that helps :) 
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November 4, 2010 7:17:03 AM

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November 4, 2010 9:13:08 AM

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