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Hey bois , i might buy a new monitor , which one do you prefer for good graphics and refresh rate to power consumption price to performance value , main question , what one would you choose?

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Pretty much all monitors these days use an LED backlight.

And all LED backlit monitors use an LCD screen.

 

They are two different components in the same monitor...

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the base technology would be quite far down the list vs more important factors like resolution and refresh rate. So it would be very dependent on the monitor itself and not the method is uses to display light.

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