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    Default LED monitor for gaming

    Can anyone suggest me one monitor for the ultimate gaming experience? Should I get a 21.5" or 24"?

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    buy 21.5".with gtx 560 i dont think you will be able to play smoothly over 1920x1080. so anything beyond 21.5" is an overkill

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    Quote Originally Posted by pre View Post
    whats ur full pc configuration ?
    lol! bhai shob toh profile ei

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    Quote Originally Posted by szd View Post
    buy 21.5".with gtx 560 i dont think you will be able to play smoothly over 1920x1080. so anything beyond 21.5" is an overkill
    what about 1920X1080 in the 24"

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnan.alvee View Post
    what about 1920X1080 in the 24"
    Still an overkill.
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    for 'ultimate gaming experience' in 24'' you need more firepower than gtx 560; maybe sli two gtx 560s and you are good to go. and i personally prefer running at the highest supported resolution unless fps drops drastically. if you are okay to play with 1920x1080 in a 24'' thats your personal choice. but my point was that you graphics card wont be able to capitalize the full potential of 24''. gtx 560 is currently ideal for 1600x900 and performs okay @ 1920x1080. Btw, if you watch high-res movies you may go for 24''.

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    I have a gtx 560 Ti 1GB with Core i3 2120 and Gigabyte B75 mobo. Last week I bought a 23 inch LED, Asus ml239h.

    I am running at 1920x1080 and having no problem at all. I had a 19 inch CRT before and I used to run 1024x768. With that resolution I used to get 80 fps when running CoH benchmark, everything ultra/high. now with 1920x1080 and everything ultra I get 53 fps which is ok.

    I don't play FPS games so I have no idea how a gtx 560 will handle those games. There is not much difference btn a gtx 560 and gtx 560 Ti so you should be fine with most things if you get a full HD monitor.
    Last edited by ruleworld; December 1st, 2012 at 16:08.

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    Bajarey 22'' bhalo daamey ki asey? (sorry - thread hijack korlam).

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    Bajarey 22'' bhalo daamey ki asey? (sorry - thread hijack korlam).
    the Asus ml229h is not available. (at least last week)


    ok - Viewsonic Vx2253mh - Tk15,500

    not so good - Asus Vs228n - Tk14,000
    Last edited by ruleworld; December 1st, 2012 at 16:18. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by szd View Post
    for 'ultimate gaming experience' in 24'' you need more firepower than gtx 560; maybe sli two gtx 560s and you are good to go. and i personally prefer running at the highest supported resolution unless fps drops drastically. if you are okay to play with 1920x1080 in a 24'' thats your personal choice. but my point was that you graphics card wont be able to capitalize the full potential of 24''. gtx 560 is currently ideal for 1600x900 and performs okay @ 1920x1080. Btw, if you watch high-res movies you may go for 24''.
    I use a Samsung p2350 and play @1920x1080 with full gfx.haven't faced low frames in any game till now with my 560ti.
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    For ultimate gaming experience, get a CRT monitor. Eyes closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    For ultimate gaming experience, get a CRT monitor. Eyes closed.
    very true

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    Quote Originally Posted by yooo View Post
    very true
    Thats what I used to think till last week, before I got the Asus ml239h.
    Last edited by ruleworld; December 1st, 2012 at 20:21. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruleworld View Post
    Thats what I used to think till last week, before I got the Asus ml239h.
    ml 239 ta pelam na! what about this one?

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    December er last e ashbey ASUS add some more time for political hullabaloo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    December er last e ashbey ASUS add some more time for political hullabaloo.
    Glowbaal ei asus niye khub barabari suru korse, prottekta asus product severely overpriced, as if asus pc components e rolls royce. Next product gulay prolly arow ultapalta price tag thakbe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waliDJ View Post
    Glowbaal ei asus niye khub barabari suru korse, prottekta asus product severely overpriced, as if asus pc components e rolls royce. Next product gulay prolly arow ultapalta price tag thakbe.
    Agreed. Bhaab beshi shala der.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    Agreed. Bhaab beshi shala der.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adnan.alvee View Post
    Bhai ami USA te, ekhanei out of stock dekhache
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    With EVGA GTX 560 1G, a 19inch monitor is enough for you I think.

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