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    Default Monitor buying help

    Hey everyone! I've finally decided to get the ECS GTX 550Ti graphics card because I want to play the recent games and my budget wasn't too high. Plus i had power supply restrictions so I couldn't buy the GTX 460/Radeon 6850, anyway, now I'd like to know which monitor would be best for watching movies and playing games with the 550Ti? i mean i kno that the 550 ti isn't suitable for gaming at 1080p, rite? confused and would like your help!

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    Default Re: Monitor buying help

    GTX 550 Ti is okay for 1080p, buy one of the Asus LED monitors and you should be able to enjoy watching movies and playing games.

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    Default Re: Monitor buying help

    but budget to max 12,000... :/

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    Default Re: Monitor buying help

    Including the money gained from selling off your current monitor?
    Search the forums with "upgrate monitor" exactly as I've written where some of the other members have suggested a fellow member on upgrading monitor, you should be able to choose one within the mentioned models.

    ---------- Post added at 12:45 ---------- Previous post was at 12:39 ----------

    http://banglagamer.com/forums/showth...922#post322922

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      • Hard Drive:
      • Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB
      • Graphics Card:
      • ECS GTX 550Ti
      • Display:
      • Samsung SyncMaster 550s(T) @ 1024x768
      • Speakers/HPs:
      • Speaker: Microlab M-200; Headphone: Cosonic CT-719
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      • I guess my rig is almost complete! waiting for the monitor! :D
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    Default Re: Monitor buying help

    thanks a lot romulus bro!!

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