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    Looking for new Screen

    As the title says, I am looking for a new screen.

    I currently use 2x 19" Screens, old and only VGA. Now I want to depending on the Price 1 or 2 Screens. I was looking for something between 22"-27".

    I found a couple of Dell, and the Alienware one. But the prices aren't really appealing

    Would appreciate and suggestion on a decent monitor.


    Thats my current set up
    Last edited by Samanth; 2012-10-10 at 11:38 AM.

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    I just got my 3 x 23" screens a week ago. They're perfect. They're from Dell called U2312HM.

    You can put them horizontally and vertically. Running a resolution of 1920x1080 (i don't mind missing the extra 120 pixels from 1920x1200).

    I payed around €185,- per monitor, dont know what your price range is?

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    I recomend 24'' FULL HD, LED. Prices are cca 160-230 E.

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    the Dell U2412 is probably one of the best in the non 120Hz range atm, it's not too expensive and has really good picture quality, keep in mind though it is an E-IPS, so colors are not going to be as vivid as a true IPS or PLS, but its still lightyears ahead of TN panels

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    Price Range would be 500€. Yea i was having a look at the 120hz but they are mad with prices on those things.

    I will have a look at dell again so. Only thing is that they offer barely anything on their Irish store. Probably gonna end up buying it on the german site then

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    120hz is the one upgrade i really want in my system, not for 3d but just to play games in 120hz, i dunno how to explain it but it looks "smoother".

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824001537

    This is the monitor i plan on upgrading to, not sure if its out of your price range im not familiar with that currency lol.

    ---------- Post added 2012-10-10 at 06:43 AM ----------

    Actually i just looked it up, it seems 500 (lets call them german dollars LOL) is 331 american dollars, so if you can find this model for that price on one of your websites i suggest picking it up : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fascinate View Post
    Actually i just looked it up, it seems 500 (lets call them german dollars LOL) is 331 american dollars, so if you can find this model for that price on one of your websites i suggest picking it up : )
    500.00 EUR = 643.673 USD
    Euro ↔ US Dollar
    1 EUR = 1.28735 USD 1 USD = 0.776793 EUR
    Last edited by Samanth; 2012-10-10 at 11:51 AM.

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