Need Monitor suggestions, for gaming

Hi Guys
Need a monitor, for fps gaming
anywhere 22 - 24 inch (prefer-24inch)
should be available in eu

budget USD 250, Euro 185

NOTE: Low input lag, probably 1ms response time

thanks
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  1. thanks for your suggestion mate

    At the moment my eyes are on these 2 monitors, you/anyone has any suggestions on this
    BenQ RL2455HM
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014345
    benq has a 3 year warranty, door to door

    ASUS VX238H.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236305
  2. Go with the asus, it has better contrast ratio.
  3. TBC1 said:


    TBC1 said:
    Go with the asus, it has better contrast ratio.


    can your monitor do 75hz, at lower resolutions ?
  4. Francis_M said:
    TBC1 said:


    TBC1 said:
    Go with the asus, it has better contrast ratio.


    can your monitor do 75hz, at lower resolutions ?


    I'm sure you can (I haven't). A guy on this forum is running his at 70hz - http://www.overclock.net/t/1352868/asus-vn247h-p-a-good-monitor/140
  5. TBC1 said:
    Francis_M said:
    TBC1 said:


    TBC1 said:
    Go with the asus, it has better contrast ratio.


    can your monitor do 75hz, at lower resolutions ?


    I'm sure you can (I haven't). A guy on this forum is running his at 70hz - http://www.overclock.net/t/1352868/asus-vn247h-p-a-good-monitor/140


    Well I am not talking about oc the monitor.
    Generally if you go to lower resolutions, with dvi or vga connection, some monitors allow 75 hz
  6. No, the monitor can't go to 75hz.
  7. I have been using the ASUS 24" monitor for a little over a year and it's amazing. Shooters, MMO's, HD movies all look amazing on it.
  8. MDRGuy88 said:
    I have been using the ASUS 24" monitor for a little over a year and it's amazing. Shooters, MMO's, HD movies all look amazing on it.


    thanks
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