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Best 120/144Hz 24" monitor for the buck! 300$ budget!

So the title says it all, I need a 120 or 144 Hz screen for my gaming build : http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Moustafaelsawy/saved/1Rmg.

I will be ordering it via a friend in the US (so all US websites can be used) and have him bring it when he comes visits me. (Dubai) So the purchase date is about mid December.

Do you think I should get a 120Hz for my build, or I should just go for the 144Hz? It will be used mainly for gaming and some normal use.

Should I repost this thread at the start of december (perhaps new models come out?) or again there wont be any difference?

Thanks, your opinions are appreciated.
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  1. This is probably the best you can get in your price range.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313
  2. swilczak said:
    This is probably the best you can get in your price range.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313


    Do you think its safe to ship it using FEDex? or let him bring it when he comes to visit?

    Any other screens? Any other opinions out there :D?
  3. FED ex is probably more expensive than UPS, but I'm no expert on shipping methods. Yes it supports 3D but only with a NVidia graphics card.
  4. swilczak said:
    FED ex is probably more expensive than UPS, but I'm no expert on shipping methods. Yes it supports 3D but only with a NVidia graphics card.


    Is there a version of that with a built in camera? Just wondering before I put my order!
  5. swilczak said:
    FED ex is probably more expensive than UPS, but I'm no expert on shipping methods. Yes it supports 3D but only with a NVidia graphics card.


    To add to the 3D support, it requires you to buy the Nvidia 3D Vision 2 kit to work with 3D. It does not have a built in emitter and doesn't come with glasses.
  6. bystander said:
    swilczak said:
    FED ex is probably more expensive than UPS, but I'm no expert on shipping methods. Yes it supports 3D but only with a NVidia graphics card.


    To add to the 3D support, it requires you to buy the Nvidia 3D Vision 2 kit to work with 3D. It does not have a built in emitter and doesn't come with glasses.


    Yeah dont think ill be buying that, is there another screen that comes with a built-in camera?
  7. Moustafa_Elsawy said:
    bystander said:
    swilczak said:
    FED ex is probably more expensive than UPS, but I'm no expert on shipping methods. Yes it supports 3D but only with a NVidia graphics card.


    To add to the 3D support, it requires you to buy the Nvidia 3D Vision 2 kit to work with 3D. It does not have a built in emitter and doesn't come with glasses.


    Yeah dont think ill be buying that, is there another screen that comes with a built-in camera?

    I don't know of any monitors that have built in cameras. That is a laptop thing, and you can buy webcams separately, or are you meaning to say built in emitter?
  8. Best answer
    The only monitor I've ever seen with a built in camera was an Apple monitor that was around $1000. You can buy a pretty good camera separately for $20.
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