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Which one of these monitors is better for gaming, just gaming. I dont care about size just the performance.

This
www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=558_1212&products_id=18083
Vs
www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=558_1212&products_id=17786

Which one would you prefer?

Thanks!
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  1. Spec & price wise, they're both decent.... Although specifications alone can be VERY misleading when it comes to stuff thats half preference & half function. I have to admit the light bar on the AOC monitor is interesting. I'll have to go with the ASUS monitor on this one - it has a IPS (definitely not true 8bit-color IPS performance) but mind you it's still a IPS panel....

    ~Coffee
  2. coffeecoffee said:
    Spec & price wise, they're both decent.... Although specifications alone can be VERY misleading when it comes to stuff thats half preference & half function. I have to admit the light bar on the AOC monitor is interesting. I'll have to go with the ASUS monitor on this one - it has a IPS (definitely not true 8bit-color IPS performance) but mind you it's still a IPS panel....

    ~Coffee

    I like the led bar too! But is the ASUS a better choice for gaming? I just want to know that fact.

    Thanks!
  3. Quote:
    I also have this monitor by AOC: http://www.aoc-europe.com/no_cache/en/monitors.html?useCacheHash=1&showUid=27

    The LED above is my AMD rigs monitor and this LCD is my Intel rig monitor.

    So on paper, which monitors better?

    Thanks!
  4. Quote:
    It also has a great response time.
    2ms is rapido fast for gaming ;)

    They are both LED monitors, also the ASUS is 50,000,000:1 vs 20,000,000:1 but the AOC is 2ms vs 5ms.

    So confused :heink:
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    I would be going for lower response time because there will be honestly miniscule difference in contrast.

    Thanks for always helping me :D

    I have to pick a monitor out of this page http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=558_1212 and I want the one with best performance, but under the $250 price mark.

    Thanks again.
  6. Quote:

    Thanks, I'm not really digging the look on it, I like something all black, anyway, this one looks good http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=558_1212&products_id=17297 and I can always ask PcCaseGear to get a different monitor in for me if i want.

    Thanks a million :D
  7. Quote:
    The asus is asthetically stunning but do not be fooled by LED and mega high contrast ratios.
    They can have poor picture quality even with the new features.
    I would search google for reviews for each specific monitor and choose the best for yourself ;)

    Thanks!
  8. http://www.asus.com/Display/LCD_Monitors/VS248H/ Anyone heard good things about it, and is 24" a good size to game on or would 23" be better? I was thinking that 24" would have the same amount of pixels as a 23" version, so would 23" be better? Or would they both have the same ppi (pixels per inch)?

    Thanks.
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