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    hello guys i decide to buy monitor for pc as i realize how bad tv for pc, so whats more important aspect? panel technology? refresh rate? colour depth? resolution? response time?! i completely lost since am know nothing about monitor stuff, i want a good monitor which can easly upscaling/downscaling without fuzzy/blurried problem, anyone have a tips pls let me know thankyou

    for a moment my choice goes to

    acer nitro vgo 22 1080p 75hz (ips) panel


    samsung curve 24 1080p 60hz (va) panel

    both on same price less $100
    i saw many argue abt how bad tn panel could be so i ignored tn monitor..
    my budget is very thick, i wont pay more than $100 sry..
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    found this at garbage shop, the monitor stand is broken, dunno how to fix this, flatron 1080p 1ms, i believe its 2011 technology







    i have search this replacement stand part, sadly this one dont suport thirdparty stand, also dont have vesa mount
    what you guys think, should i pay $30 for this?

    LG W2261VP-PF - LCD monitor - Full HD (1080p) - 22" Specs
    Display Type. LCD monitor / TFT active matrix.
    Aspect Ratio. 16:9.
    Native Resolution. Full HD (1080p) 1920 x 1080.
    Contrast Ratio. 1000:1 / 50000:1 (dynamic)
    Color Support. 16.7 million colors.

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    For me resolution is primary and I have a 24" 2560 x 1440 monitor

    The 27" retina iMac has 5120 x 2880 resolution, which is over 7 times more real estate than 1920 x 1080
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    Quote Originally Posted by seekingpsu View Post
    hello guys i decide to buy monitor for pc as i realize how bad tv for pc, so whats more important aspect? panel technology? refresh rate? colour depth? resolution? response time?! i completely lost since am know nothing about monitor stuff, i want a good monitor which can easly upscaling/downscaling without fuzzy/blurried problem, anyone have a tips pls let me know thankyou
    Depends what the Screen is for!

    For gaming refreshrate and response time might be more important.
    For video and image production, colordepth and truthfullness is more iportant. Just depends what you want.

    PS: under no circumstance I'd get a TN Panel thing...

    And I'd rather not get a 22" Screen, 24" or more for Desktop use.
    22" are just tiny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Payne View Post
    And I'd rather not get a 22" Screen, 24" or more for Desktop use.
    22" are just tiny.
    I actually like small screens as then I don't have to scan so far; but one does need very sharp eyesight for this to work.

    I have a 21.5" retina iMac at work and find it fine.

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    iknow apple always better on image production, but those product is too expensive, and yes i need monitor for low mid gaming, tn panel consider the most cheaper among other panel, just think price tag always give better performance, guess am wrong abt tn panel, i read tn panel is good choice for competitive gaming, thye refres rate is grey to grey, compare ips with mprt/vrb is much slower than gtg, but if i can go with both good image production& response why not, i know ips response time are not really good, they cause ghosting(i really hate blurry), i watch many video review abt how good tn zero ghosting, but am will try my luck to buy ips panel, hope the ghosting is not too much

    btw i need to pay extra $30+ for extra 2inch size, i dunno why it charge $15 per inch in acer vgo 24inch, i think will go for 22inch and save $30

    acer vgo 22 inch idr 1.400.000
    while 24 inch cost idr 2.100.000
    both have same specification
    aint worth i guess
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    Quote Originally Posted by seekingpsu View Post
    yes i need monitor for low mid gaming

    It helps to know the context

    "monitor panel, refreshrate, response time, which one is important?"

    does not make much sense without this context.


    It is a bit like asking, which is better a car or a truck and not giving the context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    It helps to know the context

    "monitor panel, refreshrate, response time, which one is important?"

    does not make much sense without this context.


    It is a bit like asking, which is better a car or a truck and not giving the context.
    Yep. There's always trade offs. Want 4K? That limits your choices if you want 120Hz. And so on.....

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    iwas gonna bought monitor today but 22inch vgo out of stock, i only have option for 24inch, guess i will go for 24inch, also another brand like msi optix curve g24vc(va panel), the spec are good 1080p 75hz 1ms but no inbuilt speaker like acer, the good thing only curve panel va
    anyway i usually play in rough 60fps, so no need highrefresh rate, 75hz is more than enough (:

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    hello guys so since acer 22inch out of stock, the store recommended me with 2 option, guess ive no choice paying for extra $, 24inch
    acer vgo nitro rg240y (ips)
    msi optix g24vc (va panel)
    both are in same price $140+
    also provide same 1ms 75hz
    the only difference is panel whichs ips/va
    msi curve might be fancy, but i know it wont give benefiet since not ultra wide screen
    which one you guys would pick bettwen acer/msi? i just want to hear your opinion, will pay for monitor tommorow cheers☺️

    anyway i will consoder to buy tn panel aswell, any good recommendation, i pay for range $100-$150 price only
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