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ASUS, Samsung or Eizo Monitor?

ASUS / Samsung / Eizo Monitor  

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  1. 1. Which to pick?

    • ASUS VG248QE
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    • Samsung S24B750VS
      0
    • EIZO FORIS FG2421
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Previously using Samsung SyncMaster 226BW. I'm looking to invest in a new monitor for mainly gaming and watching live streams. Willing to pay up to $800.

- Size : 23~25"
- Aspect Ratio : 16:9
- Pixel Response : 2ms (grey-to-grey), 5ms (black-to-white) *any less the better
- Resolution : 1920x1080 or 1920x1080
- Refresh Rate : 60 / 120 / 144Hz
- IPS / TN
- Screen Texture : Matte
- Headphone Jack *optional

Currently considering ASUS VG248QE , EIZO FORIS FG2421 and Samsung S24B750VS. Would like some opinions on these three :)

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Thanks for the reply. I'm actually not too fond of anything bigger than 25" cause I don't wanna turn my head so much when I'm gaming ._.

 

I'm running on a NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT. Is that enough for the EIZO monitor?

Edited by zenixx

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better spend that $800 on a new system+gpu, 9800gt is around 5 years old so unless you want to play old games at 120hz it's better to upgrade your gpu first.

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The Asus looks like the best of the choices you listed. Also check out the BenQ gaming series, they are getting pretty serious with their gaming monitors.

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That's a pretty nice budget for a monitor. I'd go with the ASUS and then get this, but honestly spending money on any monitor for a 9800GT is a complete waste of money.

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Yea..I'll prolly start saving up a bit more for a new system. It's just that my monitor died out on me as it just flashes black non-stop =/

 

but thanks for the advice you guys

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