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Old 07-03-2014, 08:45 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I LOVE my IPS funny thing was I got it for $269 then it went to the $490 Mark shortly after but now it's down to $239 for the. 27" everything looks great at all angles of view.

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man i cant wait to play dayz again
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Old 07-03-2014, 09:37 PM   #12 (permalink)
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what monitor are you using now ?

I didnt know much about monitors when i went shopping for one ( mine died ) so I just went mid range for the best price because i had the extra cash at the time

thanks again for all the advice
My specs are on my profile. I currently have 3 monitors and a projector. My main monitor is the NEC.
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I owned an NEC monitor from 2004 to 2007 till i sold my rig to a friend
one of the best displays I ever had
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Yea this is a workstation panel from 2007. It's retardedly beastly and I think for a TN panel the colors look really good. Then again, I'm not one of those guys who wants accurate colors or wide color gamut for gaming. Another thing like viewing angles where I just don't really care. Every game has it's color gradient so the game will be a specific hue anyways. Kinda makes it pointless and I don't use Photoshop enough to warrant an IPS display. But hey that's just me.
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Im a noob when it comes to monitors man but this new monitor made my jaw drop

everyone aks me how much a paid for my new system when all i did so far was replace the monito

now that my system is rebuild....I cant wait
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