24" Monitor Recommendation Help

Hi Guys im going to be ordering the below build from a custom build pc specialist and was considering this monitor: 24” ASUS VS247H Widescreen LED Monitor
However after reading some reviews im not so sure.
I need to keep the budget down to similar of that of the ASUS approx £160 but I would like to get the best 24” monitor possible for gaming / movies and the reviews of the ASUS are average could anyone advise me of a good choice of monitor / s ?

Windows Home Premium 64 Bit OS
Cooler Master Elite 430 case
Additional 120mm Blue LED case cooling fans fron & rear
Intel Core i7 2600k Overclocked to 4ghz
Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Rev 2 CPU Cooler
Asus P8Z68-V LE motherboard
8 GB Corsair PC3 -12800 1600MHz DDR3 Memory (2 x 4gb sticks)
AMD Radeon HD 6970 2048MB (Asus or Palit version dependant on stock)
40GB Corsair Force SSD (this is used in SSD caching to boost performance)
1000GB 7200RPM Hard Drive
SSD Caching Configuration
Samsung Blu Ray Rom / DVD RW Combi Drive
Sony 24 x DVD RW Drive
Corsair Ultra Low Noise 600W PSU

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  1. I just thought I would update this im considering:

    BenQ EW2420


    LG IPS236V (think this is my prefered choice)

    Advice appreciated
  2. Whatever you get, its best to get an IPS panel monitor. They are amazing. They are a bit expensive than the normal run-of-the-mill TN panels. But they are worth it!

    The LG one is an e-IPS panel one, so should be good.
  3. Reviews from Asus are 'average' from where?
    I've owned an Asus VH242H for about 6 mos. and I think it's GREAT!.. I don't use the speakers.
    What's with the 25ms response time on the BenQ monitor?
    I saw some very disappointed reviews for the LG on Newegg.
    I'm an Asus fan.
  4. Hi Guys thanks for the replies

    Here is a very "average" review of the Asus


    After a bit more research ive decided to ditch the idea of the BenQ, However im getting very positive reviews and advice about getting the LG and I must admit im seriously considering that now

    What is a IPS panel like for gaming though?
  5. For gaming, always a low response time is important to adjust to the constant change in graphics in games. In earlier days, IPS panels had higher response times, which made them not so preferred for gaming. These days, they have also come down. Add to that the amazing viewing angles and better color reproduction and less edge bleeding makes them amazing choice for gaming as well as movie views, image editing! It does a very good job producing true colors!
  6. Bonelli is some kind of perfectionist freak. He wants 'perfect' color out of the box and his tested 25ms rendering times caused 'ghosting' in games which made his reviewed monitors unusable?
    Funny, I've never noticed any ghosting in my games. Guess I don't have a Super-Ultra-Maxi-Multi-Gigabyte Graphics card like I'm sure he uses.
  7. Hi Del

    Lol I completely understand what you mean.

    However im just trying to get the best for the cash I have to spend and it does appear that the LG is getting far better reviews across the board even Bonelli gave it 5 out of 5 stars and thats sying something lol

    The Asus looks really nice and PC Pro put it at the A List however after looking through many many reviews it does appear that the LG is getting the best reviews in comparison so I think im going to go with that as its even £10 cheaper

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