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Good 19-inch Gaming LCD monitor


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titan7342

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I am looking for some help on deciding what monitor to get for gaming and and text. I want a 19 inch LCD but with so many features and options out there I just can't decide. What should I look for in a good gaming LCD? Should I even consider a wide screen monitor? My video card is a Geforce FX 5950 Ultra. Please help me to decide on a expensive investment.
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I like my snycmaster 913, theyve released some new models of it now though but samsung make the cheapest monitors usually, not because they are lower quality but because everyone else in the LCD making market has to buy the panels from samsung in the first place to make the monitors.
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For $407, a ViewSonice monitor is awesome, http://viewsonic.com...icseries/vg920/ :tazz:
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samsung is the best bang for the buck, my friend has one and warriorscot also I know they are good and cheaper.

Viewsonic is hard to beat also.


Up to you.


http://www.newegg.co...N82E16824001185

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http://www.newegg.co...N82E16824001067

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http://www.newegg.co...N82E16824001066
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Thanks for the help guys. I was actually leaning towards the Samsung anyway but wanted to get some more input. I have just one more thing though, Should I even consider buying a widescreen model and if I do how will that affect my screen resolution since it will be different than most standard monitors.
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