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Need good gaming monitor! - sub $350

This looks like the best candidate

ASUS VG236HE 23-Inch LCD Monitor

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236104


Any more suggestions?!

:D
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  1. Ajrslg said:
    This looks like the best candidate

    ASUS VG236HE 23-Inch LCD Monitor

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236104


    Any more suggestions?!

    :D


    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001392

    its bigger around the same price and its a samsung. good brand, good monitor, cheap, 1080p support, 5ms, 27''. same monitor my father has and iv used for gaming and very nice because size and quality.
  2. The monitor that the OP suggested is pretty much the best one he can get for 350 dollars. It's the one I'm using, he won't be disappointed. No offense, but if you haven't used a 120Hz monitor, then you don't understand why it is the most important aspect of purchasing a monitor today.
  3. personally... full hd at 27'' makes things kind of HUGE on the screen...
    you will have to sit a bit further from your monitor... but thats just me
  4. tomate2 said:
    personally... full hd at 27'' makes things kind of HUGE on the screen...
    you will have to sit a bit further from your monitor... but thats just me

    I don't sit back that far. I hope it's not bad on my eyes? It's kind of immersive.

    I like my 27" 1ms response 1080p Samsung P2770FH. They have this monitor at Samsclub.com for $299 (I got it on sale @$249).
  5. How about this one? It's $100 cheaper and is very great, supports HDMI, DVI, and VGA. Only downside are the speakers intergrated in the back b/c the sound isn't very good for bass music.
  6. @PsychoSaysDie

    Thanks for the suggestion, but where does it say that it has a 120hz refresh?
    Just wonderin..
    Thanks phycho and all others for the suggestions
  7. Ajrslg said:
    @PsychoSaysDie

    Thanks for the suggestion, but where does it say that it has a 120hz refresh?
    Just wonderin..
    Thanks phycho and all others for the suggestions

    This is the newegg equivalent:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009222&Tpk=acer%20GD235HZ

    I don't know if I could personally do a refurb though. It's hard enough to get manufacturers to back their new products, though it does say it has a 1 year warranty.
  8. Ajrslg said:
    @PsychoSaysDie

    Thanks for the suggestion, but where does it say that it has a 120hz refresh?
    Just wonderin..
    Thanks phycho and all others for the suggestions


    Psycho's recommendation is a good one..... that is a very good monitor and it is 120 Mhz , however that particular deal is for a factory refurbished model and I wouldn't go there , especially with a monitor. Gotta figure original buyer returned it for a reason.
  9. JackNaylorPE said:
    Psycho's recommendation is a good one..... that is a very good monitor and it is 120 Mhz , however that particular deal is for a factory refurbished model and I wouldn't go there , especially with a monitor. Gotta figure original buyer returned it for a reason.

    Does seem like a sweet deal though.
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  11. Ajrslg said:
    This looks like the best candidate

    ASUS VG236HE 23-Inch LCD Monitor

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236104


    Any more suggestions?!

    :D

    Hi,

    There is that one too http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001276
    If you can find it. I have two of them that screen is amazing.

    Have a good day
  12. Quote:
    The one i posted is a 120hz monitor for 189.99. You'd be a fool to go with anything else.


    True :sarcastic: Forgot about the hz, heck i would go for that screen to.
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