I am in the process of planning a new system, I just started to work from home (as well as a normal job), and my old computer also need upgrading, so I figured I could just buy a new system.
I will also use it for gaming, preferably without any troubles for a while on ultra on all games.
I am planning on getting 2 new monitors so they are the same - I don't want 2 different monitors.
Initially I planned on getting 2x Dell UltraSharp U2410 mainly because they have excellent quality and they are pre calibratet and I am not a monitor expert. But then I came across Acer's GD235HZbid 3D monitor, it was cheaper and it seemed to be better for gaming with the lower response time (and 3D is a plus :-) ), and as I am mostly doing web development using design from other designers and not doing the design myself, I guess it is not so important to have the kind of monitor that Dell offers.
My concern is having 2x 120Hz monitors will require much from my computer, so the question is if I will notice anything bad with this. Here is what I have this far:
Also I would like to know if anyone has experience using this case, where would it be best to fit the CPU watercooling radiator, also the GPU holding system, will it work nicely with these 2 GPU's? (Side note: it seems the GPU holding system is not on the newegg version, for reference to that look here it will be in danish, but on the bottom there is a youtube video).
If I won't be using the 3D features of the 120Hz monitors, is it still worth it? Of course it's nice to have the option, but it should give better visuals I guess. I remember many years ago I could notice it pretty well going from a low Hz to 60Hz.
Feel free to give suggestions to my build if there is anything I could do different.