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So im thinking of getting a dual monitor set up.
But im curious....

what are some things i need to look for, lcd, led or what.
obvs would get a flat screen, who wouldn't.... lmfao


but im seeing some cheap 19" lcd's with a 5ms respons time going for 99.99.
and some 7ms respons times going for 149.99.

not to picky on the brand, but.. just curious as to what i should stay away from and what i should look for.

thanks for reading.
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do you game a lot ? do you want to have a 120/144hz screen? (dunno if you already got 1)
if 120hz+ = benq xl2411z or asus VG248QE, both of them are 24" and 144hz, prolly the best screens you can get for actual gaming.

if you already got a 120hz screen / dont need it you should consider getting a IPS screen, for example from EIZO, these get a really good picture quality & great colors which no 120hz+ screen can achieve.
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Quote from Chege on the 12th of March 2015:
do you game a lot ? do you want to have a 120/144hz screen? (dunno if you already got 1)
if 120hz+ = benq xl2411z or asus VG248QE, both of them are 24" and 144hz, prolly the best screens you can get for actual gaming.

if you already got a 120hz screen / dont need it you should consider getting a IPS screen, for example from EIZO, these get a really good picture quality & great colors which no 120hz+ screen can achieve.

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ATM im using a 19.5" LCD TV as my monitor. 60hz and i can see just fine.
mostly csgo.


this is what im using ATM
www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16889302001CVF
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