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Is the samsung syncmaster 2243 still a good monitor 

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4 minutes ago, kes2006 said:

Is the samsung syncmaster 2243 still a good monitor 

Good for what? That's a really vague question.

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2 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

Good for what? That's a really vague question.

A monitor for gaming 

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3 minutes ago, kes2006 said:

A monitor for gaming 

Your question is still vague.

 

Sure, your monitor is okay for gaming. But it doesn't exactly stack up to the best gaming monitors nowadays.

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2 minutes ago, kes2006 said:

A monitor for gaming 

I wouldn’t use it unless your computer can’t run 1080p. The monitor is ok with 5ms and 60hz but the resolution is 1680 x 1050.

I am far from an expert in this so please correct me if I’m wrong.

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Just now, zeusthemoose said:

I wouldn’t use it unless your computer can’t run 1080p. The monitor is ok with 5ms and 60hz but the resolution is 1680 x 1050.

It's an 75 hz monitor 

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1 minute ago, kes2006 said:

It's an 75 hz monitor 

Is it over clocked? Just want to check because if it isn’t then the spec sheet I was looking at was wrong.

I am far from an expert in this so please correct me if I’m wrong.

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1 minute ago, zeusthemoose said:

Is it over clocked? Just want to check because if it isn’t then the spec sheet I was looking at was wrong.

The panel supports 75 hz

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2 minutes ago, zeusthemoose said:

Is it over clocked? Just want to check because if it isn’t then the spec sheet I was looking at was wrong.

Standard its 60 hz

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18 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

Your question is still vague.

 

Sure, your monitor is okay for gaming. But it doesn't exactly stack up to the best gaming monitors nowadays.

Btw I got It from my dad

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20 minutes ago, zeusthemoose said:

Is it over clocked? Just want to check because if it isn’t then the spec sheet I was looking at was wrong.

It can go up to 75Hz at lower resolutions, 60Hz is for 1680x1050.

 

Best thing about the monitor is the 16:10 ratio. Maybe not as relevant for gaming, though. Other pros: less demanding on hardware to run games at its native resolution.

 

 Cons: not very good picture quality, color accuracy or viewing angles. Just a monitor.

 

In the end, if it displays your games...

 

 

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3 hours ago, SpaceGhostC2C said:

It can go up to 75Hz at lower resolutions, 60Hz is for 1680x1050.

 

Best thing about the monitor is the 16:10 ratio. Maybe not as relevant for gaming, though. Other pros: less demanding on hardware to run games at its native resolution.

 

 Cons: not very good picture quality, color accuracy or viewing angles. Just a monitor.

 

In the end, if it displays your games...

 

 

Yeah it works fine I am planning to get dual monitors so another one of those 1680x1050

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1 hour ago, kes2006 said:

Yeah it works fine I am planning to get dual monitors so another one of those 1680x1050

I honestly wouldn't recommend investing more in this type of monitor, but you know your situation better than me.

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