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Looking for a cheap IPS display

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Hi,

 

I am looking for a cheap IPS display that has 1080p or higher if the price is good. 

Also something that would be a factor for buying is tilting etc.

24" is fine btw.

 

Thanks

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What's cheap to you?
Cheap to me for an IPS display is $250.

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Well this AOC monitor has a thin bezel, making it 23 inches. It has the same screen size as a 24 inch. 

http://www.amazon.com/AOC-i2367Fh-23-Inch-Frameless-Monitor/dp/B009V8F700

$180

 

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Please follow your topics guys, it's very important! CoC F.A.Q  Please use the corresponding PC part picker link for your country USA, UK, Canada, AustraliaSpain, Italy, New Zealand and Germany

also if you find anyone with this handle in games its most likely me so say hi

 

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Oh thanks, didnt know you could do that, I never use PC part picker.

No problem, go ahead and change the specs to whatever you need.

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check out displays from iiyama. Great Price/Performance. 

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No problem, go ahead and change the specs to whatever you need.

Ah right, thanks dude.

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