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Clean Gaming Monitor Recommendations

cincinnatus95

Long story short, I am in the process of building a clean, Non RGB gaming PC and I am looking for a monitor that complements the build well. I need a monitor that combines great gaming performance with a no-nonsense design and does not exceed a budget of 400 USD. So far, the only monitor I have found that fits my performance and aesthetic requirements is the Dough (formally Eve) Spectrum Monitor. Due to its minimal design, great versatility, and the option for a glossy panel, it is a product that I hope becomes successful. Although, I can't justify spending 700 USD on a product that might never show up. Otherwise, I am open to recommendations.

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Never give Dough your money. Just simply not worth it. 

 

Most 400 USD andunder monitors like that are going to be 1440p 240hz displays or 175hz, usually IPS. You probably are not going to get glossy though as i dont recall seeing one in that price point. 

 

Id say look around to see the 1440p 240hz IPS in the stores you want to buy, and check out a few of the reviews for the ones you are looking at.

 

I went with the Nixeus 240hz when it was on sale last year at around 340$ and its been fine, not perfect because of certain image retention issues, but overall for everything i need it for its beenfine,

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For the PC's specs:

CPU - AMD Ryzen 7 7800X

GPU - Nvidia RTX 4070 FE

 

Also, how about LG ultra gear monitors, it seems like they have great deals on monitors at the moment.

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3 hours ago, cincinnatus95 said:

For the PC's specs:

CPU - AMD Ryzen 7 7800X

GPU - Nvidia RTX 4070 FE

 

Also, how about LG ultra gear monitors, it seems like they have great deals on monitors at the moment.

LG's been slacking on monitors in the recent years, the best 1440p models are from gigabyte msi and ktc, and sometimes dell

 

with current pricing, the one i recommend is the g274qpf-qd

 

https://www.amazon.com/MSI-G274QPF-QD-Monitor-FreeSync-Displayport/dp/B0BX1YCQTH/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1ROYRQWPJ31EN&keywords=msi+274qpf&qid=1701649607&s=electronics&sprefix=msi+274qpf%2Celectronics%2C114&sr=1-1&ufe=app_do%3Aamzn1.fos.17d9e15d-4e43-4581-b373-0e5c1a776d5d

 

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