New Monitor for Gaming

Hi Guys,

I currently have just recently purchased and built a new PC (i5 2500k, GTX680, etc) and I'm looking to upgrade my existing monitor and use it as a secondary one. My current monitor is a VW266H which is a 25.5" screen. There isn't really much wrong with it but I wanted a second monitor as I recently got rid of the one I was using before as my secondary.

The monitors I'm looking at I'd like would be a 120hz screen, good contrast and image quality with low lag. I'm still debating whether to get 27" or get 24". The main use for the monitor will be gaming with some video watching. I play games like League of Legends, Tera, Diablo 3, Eve Online and am beta testing some other MMOs. I do like the 1920x1200 resolution and if I went to 27" I'd probably like a higher resolution. I do have a height restriction for the monitor though of 470mm which some are under and some aren't depending on the stand. I don't want an IPS screen as they cost too much and have lag/ghost issues when running 120hz (catleap OC).

Can anyone recommend anything? I have around a $500 budget. I just have a habit of going bigger for these sorts of things, maybe a 24" would be better? I'm not entirely sure. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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  1. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824001540

    Try this it is a great monitor as well it is well under budget.
  2. I must have missed something. Neither of those monitors are 120Hz from the quick scan I gave them......... and if I were going to buy a monitor now it would be 120Hz.
  3. Yeah I want a 120hz monitor. I've seen one and it looked much smoother then the 60hz I'm currently using.
  4. noother10 said:
    Yeah I want a 120hz monitor. I've seen one and it looked much smoother then the 60hz I'm currently using.



    k here is a 120hz 1080p hd monitor...

    http://www.amazon.com/Asus-VG236HE-23-Inch-LED-Monitor/dp/B0044UHXJI
  5. After reading countless reviews and comparisons, I ended up getting a Samsung S27A750.
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