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[400 USD] Designer Monitor - Which monitor is the best value?

59 minutes ago, sedlacekjan97 said:

GPU: PALiT GeForce GTX 1660 StormX, 6GB GDDR5

CPU: Intel Core i5-8400
MB: MSI B360 GAMING PRO CARBON - Intel B360
RAM: HyperX Fury Black 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2666

 

Hi, im Jan

I am looking for budget/best-value monitor for design, photo editing, color accuracy, good viewing angles.

This is my pick so far: https://www.czc.cz/dell-ultrasharp-u2717d-led-monitor-27/190004/produkt
I wanted to go lower with price, but this one seems perfect. Im certainly no expert, and if there is someone more experienced, I wanna ask you what would you recomend?

If you need any more info about the components, ask away.
Best regards
Jan

That is a great IPS monitor for a great price.  Do you want 144hz, if not then thats the monitor for you.   :(

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GPU: PALiT GeForce GTX 1660 StormX, 6GB GDDR5

CPU: Intel Core i5-8400
MB: MSI B360 GAMING PRO CARBON - Intel B360
RAM: HyperX Fury Black 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2666

 

Hi, im Jan

I am looking for budget/best-value monitor for design, photo editing, color accuracy, good viewing angles.

This is my pick so far: https://www.czc.cz/dell-ultrasharp-u2717d-led-monitor-27/190004/produkt
I wanted to go lower with price, but this one seems perfect. Im certainly no expert, and if there is someone more experienced, I wanna ask you what would you recomend?

If you need any more info about the components, ask away.
Best regards
Jan

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You got it right already, the Dell is a great monitor.

Otherwise you could look if a 4k Samsung monitor with PLS Panel would be in your budget too. But if you plan gaming on it your hardware won't make it too.


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4 minutes ago, Hip said:

You got it right already, the Dell is a great monitor.

Otherwise you could look if a 4k Samsung monitor with PLS Panel would be in your budget too. But if you plan gaming on it your hardware won't make it too.

I plan gaming but just average games nothing spectaculat. It is importat it could handle Adobe programs and daily tasks. If you have any recomendation for upgrading the hardware a bit im not against it. Im just buying the HW but dont wanna spand much more.

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59 minutes ago, sedlacekjan97 said:

GPU: PALiT GeForce GTX 1660 StormX, 6GB GDDR5

CPU: Intel Core i5-8400
MB: MSI B360 GAMING PRO CARBON - Intel B360
RAM: HyperX Fury Black 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2666

 

Hi, im Jan

I am looking for budget/best-value monitor for design, photo editing, color accuracy, good viewing angles.

This is my pick so far: https://www.czc.cz/dell-ultrasharp-u2717d-led-monitor-27/190004/produkt
I wanted to go lower with price, but this one seems perfect. Im certainly no expert, and if there is someone more experienced, I wanna ask you what would you recomend?

If you need any more info about the components, ask away.
Best regards
Jan

That is a great IPS monitor for a great price.  Do you want 144hz, if not then thats the monitor for you.   :(


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39 minutes ago, sedlacekjan97 said:

I plan gaming but just average games nothing spectaculat. It is importat it could handle Adobe programs and daily tasks. If you have any recomendation for upgrading the hardware a bit im not against it. Im just buying the HW but dont wanna spand much more.

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