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Good Cheap Monitor (~$200 USD)

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What is the popular monitor these days for playing games (60hz, higher would be nice though) at 1080p with decent picture quality? (not doing any color work, just want games to look nice, so probably not TN)

 

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I use a Dell SE2717HR as my daily display, I really like it.

 

27", 1920x1080, IPS, FreeSync with support up to 75Hz.

 

Probably not "the popular one" but I like it.

Usually will run you around 170 USD.

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you get a VA panel, curved screen, 144hz refresh rate and freesync with this:

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/vdvbt6/acer-ed242qr-abidpx-236-1920x1080-144hz-monitor-ed242qr-abidpx


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IMO, the biggest you should go with 1080p is 24". After that the pixels start to become too large for my taste. You can get a select few 1080p 144Hz monitors under $200. One I know of is made by Acer and if I'm not mistaken, AOC makes one too. I believe 1440p monitors start around the price of $220, so that might be too far over your budget.


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