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Can an used monitor broke my gpu or anything in my pc ?

Ucan_101
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So im planning to just buy an used monitor, inviting my friend to help checking it since a 24 inch cost $57 ( or Rp 800.000 in indonesia ) with 1 month of warranty, offline store. 

 

My friend never have problem with used monitor, but i wonder if its okay to use used monitor. Will it broke my pc parts if something went wrong and is it worth the risk ? 

 

If not im planning to buy a viewsonic vX2476-smhd 75hz, ips. Cost $142 (Rp 2100.000) in offline store.

 

Or maybe lg mk400h with similiar price ( actually its arround $128 but because of shipping price since my city doesnt sell it, it become $142 too ) 

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If it works fine, no. Shorts can always kill shit, wherever they are.

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Nope it won't break your PC part.

PC: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X, Gigabyte Geforce RTX 3080 Vision OC 10G, X570 AORUS Elite WIFI Motherboard, HyperX FURY 32GB DDR4-3200 RGB RAM, Creative Sound Blaster AE-9 Sound Card, Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2 SATA 500GB, ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 SATA 2TB, Asus HyperX Fury RGB SSD 960GB, Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM 3.5 HDD 2TB, Cooler Master MASTERLIQUID ML240R ARGB, Cooler Master MASTERFAN MF120R ARGB, Cooler Master ELV8 Graphics Card Holder ARGB, Asus ROG Strix 1000G PGU, Lian Li LANCOOL II MESH RGB Case, Windows 11 Pro (22H2).


Laptop: Asus VivoBook 15 OLED: Intel® Core™ i3-1125G4, Intel UHD, 8 GB RAM, Micron NVMe 512 GB, Windows 11 Home (21H2), Illegear Z5 SKYLAKE: Intel Core i7-6700HQ, Nvidia Geforce GTX 970M, 16 GB RAM, ADATA SU800 M.2 SATA 512GB, Windows 11 Pro (22H2).

 

Monitor: Samsung Odyssey Neo G9 49" 5120x1440 240hz HDR, LG UltraGear Gaming Monitor 34" 34GN850 3440x1440 144hz (160hz OC) NanoIPS HDR, LG Ultrawide Gaming Monitor 34" 34UC79G 2560x1080 144hz IPS SDR, LG 24MK600 24" 1920x1080 75hz Freesync IPS SDR.


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You'll be fine, now worries

 

It's honestly better to go with a used 1080p 75hz solution as opposed to new, as you can get a wayyyy better deal for essentially the same thing. Honestly, with how cheap displays have become for high resolutions in recent year, I wouldn't pay more than $60 for a 1080p 75hz monitor in 2022 personally. 

 

Maybe that's the 4k snob in me talking since I switched to one recently for media and light gaming.

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43 minutes ago, bluesummer said:

You'll be fine, now worries

 

It's honestly better to go with a used 1080p 75hz solution as opposed to new, as you can get a wayyyy better deal for essentially the same thing. Honestly, with how cheap displays have become for high resolutions in recent year, I wouldn't pay more than $60 for a 1080p 75hz monitor in 2022 personally. 

 

Maybe that's the 4k snob in me talking since I switched to one recently for media and light gaming.

What is the worst case if i used an used monitor ? 

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16 minutes ago, Ucan_101 said:

What is the worst case if i used an used monitor ? 

Worst case scenario, the monitor doesn't work

 

That or shorts exist, but that is very very rare, I wouldn't worry about that at all. 

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20 hours ago, bluesummer said:

You'll be fine, now worries

 

It's honestly better to go with a used 1080p 75hz solution as opposed to new, as you can get a wayyyy better deal for essentially the same thing. Honestly, with how cheap displays have become for high resolutions in recent year, I wouldn't pay more than $60 for a 1080p 75hz monitor in 2022 personally. 

 

Maybe that's the 4k snob in me talking since I switched to one recently for media and light gaming.

No you're right. Only exception being high color accuracy displays.

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