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    I am going to buy a monitor this week. which one of these monitors would you recommend?

    Or if you have any other recommendation feel free to suggest them. (want to keep the cost within 13~14k or less)

    http://www.dell.com/ed/business/p/de...16h-monitor/pd

    http://www.lg.com/uk/monitors/lg-22MP68VQ-P

    https://www.asus.com/Monitors/VX229H

    http://ucc-bd.com/viewsonic-va2259-sh.html

    If there is no significant difference between image quality I would like to go for cheaper option.

    TIA.
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    The Dell Monitor is very reflective. I am not sure you'd want that.

    I have a bit of a bias for Asus.

    The Viewsonic monitor is quite good as well.

    Not a fan of LG.

    Strictly my opinion.
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    The LG, Asus and Viewsonic all have the exact same LCD panel, made by LG, so visual difference would be minimal. The LG has Freesync, but I've heard this particular model's freesync doesn't work properly or something.......don't know the details about it. @Sumit Pramanik has one, and reported that when he uses HDMI, and alt+tabs out of a game his monitor hangs up, only gets fixed after a power cycle of the monitor. But with DVI or VGA, everything works fine.

    And the dell one is slightly different in visual quality as it has a different panel. But as @Fox Mulder mentioned, it is really reflective, and would probably give you a headache if you use it in a bright room.
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    You forgot Samsung CF 390 (curved) which is kind of the Best Monitor in that price range .Don't forget Samsung don't have many model in same price range ,so Samsung actually give you one model at a time for a price range ,so you can hope the best model with best samsung tech what ever price point monitor you are buying but for Asus ,dell ,lg there are so many models with each better than other that you can get lost sometime .

    there is a Youtube video showing how Asus Monitor look really a 3rd grade monitor compare to a Samsung Cf390(curved monitor) .Samsung has VA panel ,Which Give Better Dark,Low back light bleed ,Better Contrast 3000:1 (Mega Contrast) ,other monitor are 1000 :1 contrast ,free sync(72 hz), 4ms response time .Most other monitors are old tech monitor(2-4 yearss older,build for special 3rd world market) but Samsung CF390 is actually the newest version of Samsung

    https://youtu.be/HCXbFp0PUVM?t=7m39s

    Samsung also cheap 9,500-10,500 tk as Samsung Importer SmartBD actually give reasonable price to its buyers unlike Dell ,Asus importer -Global Brand

    http://www.startech.com.bd/samsung-c22f390fhw

    same model samsung monitor big 24 inch size is sold for 25k
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    when he uses HDMI, and alt+tabs out of a game his monitor hangs up, only gets fixed after a power cycle of the monitor. But with DVI or VGA, everything works fine.
    This is a driver issue, that's been going on for awhile now. Affects HDMI, and Display Ports.

    Click image for larger version. 

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    AMD has acknowledged it in recent times. Though, partially.

    FreeSync support's mostly a hit or miss on certain titles because of configuration issues. Some of it can be attributed to Windows Updates, like the Creator's Update that came out recently.
    Last edited by Fox Mulder; April 30th, 2017 at 19:32.
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    Thanks for all your input. Free sync won't work as I have a 970. The dell one is a no go as it will be facing a window in my room. (though I thought the s2240l model is reflective)

    Now if the asus, lg and viewsonic monitor has same panel why is the asus one costs 2k more than the lg?

    Also w/o free sync does the lg monitor support 75 Hz refresh rate?

    I do not have any experience with curved monitor. Is it comfortable when doing general computing work like MS office, browsing, CAD? And IPS has better IQ than VA panel right?

    If you guys have other brands or models in mind please share them.
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    Wish Acer was around, some of their monitors looked really great in design.
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    Dell : so glossy
    LG: overall good. Freesync + 75Hz (u can use that extra Hz on Nvidia gpu)
    Asus : Don't know why I hate Asus so much, maybe because of hefty pricing in BD
    Viewsonic: new model maybe

    Why not go for cheaper Philips/HP ips monitor (non reflective)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrol View Post
    Thanks for all your input. Free sync won't work as I have a 970. The dell one is a no go as it will be facing a window in my room. (though I thought the s2240l model is reflective)

    Now if the asus, lg and viewsonic monitor has same panel why is the asus one costs 2k more than the lg?

    Also w/o free sync does the lg monitor support 75 Hz refresh rate?

    I do not have any experience with curved monitor. Is it comfortable when doing general computing work like MS office, browsing, CAD? And IPS has better IQ than VA panel right?

    If you guys have other brands or models in mind please share them.
    VA has surpassed IPSbin IQ. But still ghosting is problem iirc.

    Get the LG. Even without AMD card you can get 75hz. Just have to enable FreeSync mode. @kaziishan has it I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrol View Post
    Thanks for all your input. Free sync won't work as I have a 970. The dell one is a no go as it will be facing a window in my room. (though I thought the s2240l model is reflective)

    Now if the asus, lg and viewsonic monitor has same panel why is the asus one costs 2k more than the lg?

    Also w/o free sync does the lg monitor support 75 Hz refresh rate?

    I do not have any experience with curved monitor. Is it comfortable when doing general computing work like MS office, browsing, CAD? And IPS has better IQ than VA panel right?

    If you guys have other brands or models in mind please share them.
    VA has surpassed IPSbin IQ. But still ghosting is problem iirc.

    Get the LG. Even without AMD card you can get 75hz. Just have to enable FreeSync mode. @kaziishan has it I think
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    If you're smart, you don't even need to fiddle with the monitor settings. You can get 75 Hz out of the box with ease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    If you're smart, you don't even need to fiddle with the monitor settings. You can get 75 Hz out of the box with ease.
    And if someone's smart enough, they can enable LFC on that LG monitor. Sweet sweet free upgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    This is a driver issue, that's been going on for awhile now. Affects HDMI, and Display Ports.

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    AMD has acknowledged it in recent times. Though, partially.

    FreeSync support's mostly a hit or miss on certain titles because of configuration issues. Some of it can be attributed to Windows Updates, like the Creator's Update that came out recently.
    Sumit has a GTX960, not Radeon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    Sumit has a GTX960, not Radeon.
    Then that's an issue with the monitor, and he should immediately claim RMA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrol View Post
    Thanks for all your input. Free sync won't work as I have a 970. The dell one is a no go as it will be facing a window in my room. (though I thought the s2240l model is reflective)

    Now if the asus, lg and viewsonic monitor has same panel why is the asus one costs 2k more than the lg?....
    Had to check back the Dell model, I had it confused with S2240l, but yes, this one is glossy too. Found a pic of it on the web that shows it.

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    And about the price of the Asus, that's what happens when free market have too much freedom. Asus is probably the most popular of these three due to word of mouth marketing, so the shops price it higher to get a bigger profit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Then that's an issue with the monitor, and he should immediately claim RMA.
    Paging @Sumit Pramanik again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrol View Post
    Thanks for all your input. Free sync won't work as I have a 970. The dell one is a no go as it will be facing a window in my room. (though I thought the s2240l model is reflective)

    Now if the asus, lg and viewsonic monitor has same panel why is the asus one costs 2k more than the lg?

    Also w/o free sync does the lg monitor support 75 Hz refresh rate?

    I do not have any experience with curved monitor. Is it comfortable when doing general computing work like MS office, browsing, CAD? And IPS has better IQ than VA panel right?

    If you guys have other brands or models in mind please share them.
    That LG monitor has Bios bug when using free sync ,means when you will use free sync then if your computer have problem & you go to bios that monitor won't turn on .so you are kinda need another monitor to solve any problem if you have loading problem .
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    The lg monitor seems like a viable choice as the asus one does not have any significant advantage (saves me money too).

    But what is this bios bug?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
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    model, price?



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    Buy the Samsung cf390 va panel, curved design is actually more pleasing, and that monitors response time is good, contrast which is so important for good display is also better

    @djrock cf390 e ki 1080 p te 70/75 hertz support Kore?

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    IMO IPS/TN panel sucks, hopefully amazing oled monitor TV will be affordable soon
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    Some people don't prefer curved displays. That's probably the reason this thing hasn't gained that much of a popularity.

    Also, I am sure there were some corners cut in the 22 inch Curved Display to save costs compared to the one seen in the Youtube video which is a 27 inch.
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    We waited so long for them to be flat. Why would we bend them back the other direction?
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