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$200-250 IPS/VA monitor?

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resolution, refresh range, freesync?


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Stay away from VA panels. IPS is better in the majority of ways. I think the only real advantage VA has is it can produce better black levels, but it still isn't true blacks like an Amoled and it does so at a performance cost in both frame rate and response time.

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20 minutes ago, eL-pRoduCente said:

I am looking for a decent 24" or 27" monitor in this price range, open for any suggestions...

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Posted · Original PosterOP

@AngryBeaver
Well for this price range i don`t think that i can get a "decent" quality IPS panel. I've already purchased Acer Nitro VG240Y, but I did return it due to poor colors and viewing angles..So yeah, unfortunately i think that VA panels are best to look for in this price range...

@Justinzonfire

Thanks for the suggestions bro, i will look into it.

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6 hours ago, eL-pRoduCente said:

@AngryBeaver
Well for this price range i don`t think that i can get a "decent" quality IPS panel. I've already purchased Acer Nitro VG240Y, but I did return it due to poor colors and viewing angles..So yeah, unfortunately i think that VA panels are best to look for in this price range...

@Justinzonfire

Thanks for the suggestions bro, i will look into it.

So the VA panels tried to be a combination of a TN monitor and an IPS. Early on they had the advantage of higher refresh rates than your standard IPS display, but now that isnt really much of a factor as IPS goes over 60hz too now.

 

So if you look at a TN panel you will get better color reproduction and better viewing angles with VA, but you will also have a higher response time. 

 

So today VA panels dont really beat IPS monitors when it comes to gaming and tbh of gaming is all you are going to do then TN might be the best answer although with a sacrifice on color accuracy.

 

I just think if you are in a place where you want better colors then saving a little more for a good IPS monitor would be better. That response time does make a difference in FPS and other competitive games.

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