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|21st December 2006, 13:01||#1|
Widescreen LCD monitor and graphics to match.
Christmas time and the upgrade bug bites!
I am looking for a 19" wide screen LCD monitor to go along with my Antec SLK3000B.
Zeroed in on two models so far:
1. Samsung 940BW
2. ViewSonic 1912WB-3.
Also, I will be removing my XFX Geforce4 Mx440SE (4x -- 64 MB DDR) and replacing it with an 8x AGP card (with DVI + VGA out).
1. Which one in your opinion is the better of the two above-mentioned monitors.
2. Which AGP card to go with? I am looking for something entry-mid segment ( ~ Rs 3000/-) . I am not heavily into gaming.
Thanks in advance.
|21st December 2006, 14:28||#3|
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The Viewsonic is better...the 940BW shows a bit of ghosting while playing games.
|21st December 2006, 15:07||#4|
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If you have zeroed in on these 2, then Viewsonic is better.
If you're still open to more options, then check out AOC! They're not a well known brand but makes good quality monitors and now it's cheap too. It was couple a times given BEST BUY awards from Chip etc..
I own a 19" wide LCD made by AOC. And I find it good VFM. Have'nt felt any ghosting as the response time is 8ms.
|21st December 2006, 16:56||#7|
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Oh and before I forget, the 4 ms response time is grey to grey. The actual response time (black to black) is over 10 seconds.
But these days all manufacturers quote the grey to grey times. So it's a fair comparison.
|21st December 2006, 17:33||#8|
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Check out the NEC model with S-IPS
Or the Enzo
19" inch models.
|21st December 2006, 18:50||#10|
Also, has anyone use Point of View graphics card? I am getting pretty low quotes on them vis-a-vis the MSI cards eg 6200 256 MB (for Rs 3300) [The MSI comes for 3100 for the 128 version).
|22nd December 2006, 19:27||#11|
Hi folks, I settled for an LG monitor in the end - a 17 inches one at that. It has 1600:1 contrast (and not 1400:1) as mentioned on the site and I sure am impressed. I felt the widescreen 19" monitor was an overkill for plain jane word processing , browsing, and the occassional gaming.
Thanks again for your suggestions.
|7th January 2007, 19:43||#12|
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|3rd April 2007, 06:25||#13|
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Best LCD monitor?
hello everyone.. umm was wondering if anyone has any informaton to share on this? Benq , Dell , Hp , Viewsonic etc all make 24inch monitors so was wondering which one is best.
thanks in advance guys.
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