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Awesome thanks so much for all the help I really appreciate it. I know I will be mroe than happy with this purchase. Can't thank you enough. :happy:
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You are welcome :thumbsup:
Let us know when you are up and running or if you have any further questions.
A build tutorial courtesy of Troy and Artellos respectively http://www.geekstogo...r-own-computer/
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It would appear that I just can't stop talking.

I have what I think will be my final question.

Here is the monitor that you selected for me earlier.

I am just wondering if any of the monitors on this list are better.

Just wondering if any of the ones on that list are better than the one you had selected for me earlier.

Thank you for all this help.
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The one I was going to suggest http://pcpartpicker....itor-etfs3lp001 the best price is shown as Canada Computers but the link will not work for me, hence why I did not suggest it (it is too expensive at the other links)
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Ya I was trying to get to that one as well I think they got rid of that deal because i can't find it on that website anymore.

I was thinking about two other monitors though.

The first monitor.

The second monitor.

Do you think they are better than the one you had picked for me earlier?
Also which one is better between the two of them?
Finally are there any other ones that you know of that are a better monitor for around $200CAD or cheaper?


Thanks for all this help.
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First choice based on cost to performance ratio http://pcpartpicker....itor-etfs3lp001
Second choice based on a slightly better performance than the Viewsonic http://www.directcan...anfuacture=ASUS
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