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Old 09-20-2010, 05:12 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ok, last thing. I want a decent monitor not going over $180ish. That a decent budget for a monitor for what I can tell. Was looking at this Samsung since I love their TV's.

Newegg.com - Samsung BX2235 21.5'' 2ms 1920 x 1080 LED BackLight LCD monitor Slim Design 250 cd/m2 CR 1000:1

What ya think? Any other suggestions? Can I notice 2ms vs 5ms response time? Again, will use for gaming 90% of the time. Thanks guys.
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anything Samsung is BOSS... cant go wrong. basically find a samsung in your price range and it is the best there is ( people will hate but thats my opinion )
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The 2 and 5ms isn't really a difference as usually the 2ms is grey to gray, and 5ms is black to black.

ALso remember, Dell are usually made by Samsung, so look at them too.
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Asus has their LCD's on sale right now through the egg think 15.00-20.00 off each monitor
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Thanks a lot for your input guys. I'm def going Samsung, I only buy their brand TV's so I might as well stay loyal. I wont be purchasing for 2 maybe 3 weeks so something new will prob come out by then so I might have to ask another question at that time. Thanks again!

Oh yea, the prebuilt cyberpower with the Intel chip and gtx460, roughly how much would it cost to build that one? Just curious how much more I am paying to make it pre-assembled.
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probably about $100- $120 less... but you get windows 7 basically for Free... so after that, that are pretty close to the same price....

that build really is a good deal, and saves youfrom building it your self and you get a warrenty, if anything goes wrong jut contact them and say " fix it ".
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