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While I'm waiting for the R520 to come out, I was looking at LCD monitors with lower response times. I'm going to get 2 for 1 computer (dual DVI card). I'm looking at the cheapest 19" 8ms LCD on newegg and it turns out to be this Acer. Is it a good choice, or am I going to get what I payed for? I'm crazy about funky/dead pixels, and if I get any, I'm going to freak.

 

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16824009044

 

Thanks in advance

 

P.S.

These will be my first LCD monitors :)

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I'm crazy about funky/dead pixels, and if I get any, I'm going to freak.

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I have to ask...

 

If you're that picky about quality, why would you buy THE CHEAPEST monitor you can find? I always like the saying "You get what you pay for".....

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Your second monitor link has a DVI port. I need that digital feature. However, it is also analog. Will this feature of both analog and digital decrease quality as compared to the pure digital quality of some monitors? I wouldn't think so, but I'm just covering all my bases here.

 

I just realized the Acer I was looking at has the same analog/digital feature :)

 

Otherwise it looks good. What should the refresh rates be for a non-flickering display?

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