Decent monitor min. 24 inch [300€]

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  1. lehtv

    lehtv Ancient Guru

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    I wouldn't give an IPS panel much consideration if it's for gaming. 8ms response time? Meh. Would rather have a 27" TN panel for about the same cost
     
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    It's not for gaming mainly. Yes, i play games sometimes, but it's like 30-40% of all the time im using my computer. Are there any monitors that have best of both worlds?
     
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    Fast IPS screens are fine for gaming. I can't go back to TN any more. Gaming is so much better now when they look so awesome.
     
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    I wouldn't go above 24" with a 1080P resolution. Why? pixel density is gonna be a lot lower..


    And i agree with Anarion go with IPS. TN is history and has poor color reproduction with weak angles.
     

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    Neither would I but for 1920x1200 display it's fine. Basically 23" 1920x1080 display but with extra height.
     
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    Yes 24" its the perfect size for 1920x1200 :)
     
  7. Roy Katzenbauer

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    The Dell has 1900x1200 and still a low pixel density for a 24 inch :)
     
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    Yep, but if you compare a 27" at 1920x1200 vs 24" at 1920x1200 it will have smaller dot per inch. Thus better picture detail and you won't need much AA for it.


    Dell U2412M is a cheap compromise compared to U2410.

    I would pick this U2412M or if you want something a little cheaper with 1080P then a 22-23" Dell U2212HM or U2312HM.

    All 3 should be below 300€.
     
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    Yea since im coming from a 20" now, i would really love to have a 24" at least now :)
     
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    In that case, the Dell would suit you fine :)
     

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