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November 11, 2012 8:08:28 AM

I'm looking for a very clear and sharp computer monitory with 1080p but wont have a delay for gaming... i haven't done must research but figured this was the place to start, thinking about the ASUS VH242H Black 23.6" 5ms HDMI Full 1080P Widescreen LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 ASCR 20000:1 (1000:1) W/Speakers or is LED maybe not the best for gaming? Can someone please enlighten me, i'm very lost!

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November 12, 2012 9:36:34 AM

Look no further. This is the new price :)  you can see how expensive the old price was. This will answer to anyone needs for full 1080p True gamer! :)  2ms so fast it's all godly get it! :) 
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April 9, 2013 2:35:14 PM

bystander said:
If you want the best, you might like 1080p @ 120hz. With 2ms, there is no ghosting, and the twice as fast refresh rate reduces latency, especially if you can get your FPS over 80.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


One Question, I know that in the description the monitor says it is VESA compatible on 100mm x 100mm, but can you unscrew the stand that comes with it and put the monitor on another stand?
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April 14, 2013 9:18:31 AM

All VESA compatible monitors allow you to remove the stand. If you want to use another stand then it must be a VESA compatible stand.
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April 22, 2013 12:38:28 AM

I personally would go with the Acer 24inch http://www.hardwarepal.com/article/best-gaming-monitor its the orange one with the extreme design it has a 2ms response time 1920x1080p (btw its 3d-120hz aswell) and is relatively cheap. Most monitors are 100x100 or 75x75 vesa compatible which means you can connect them to any other stand thats is vesa compatible with a few screws or some fittings (if the stand has them).
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May 17, 2013 3:51:23 AM

The main specs you should look at is the response time and refresh rate. Go with a monitor with 2ms response time and 120hz refresh rate. Even if you don't do 3D gaming go with a 120hz monitor, I don't think 60hz works with 3D gaming. These specs should be good enough to eliminate any ghosting.

Found this article which reviews the top gaming monitors:
http://deviceraters.com/top-3-gaming-monitor/
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May 23, 2013 3:49:40 AM

comps4life said:
The main specs you should look at is the response time and refresh rate. Go with a monitor with 2ms response time and 120hz refresh rate. Even if you don't do 3D gaming go with a 120hz monitor, I don't think 60hz works with 3D gaming. These specs should be good enough to eliminate any ghosting.

Found this article which reviews the top gaming monitors:
http://deviceraters.com/top-3-gaming-monitor/


3D doesn't work with 60Hz since both eyes need 60 each. Thus you need 120Hz at least.
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