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techdabangg

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depends... if monitor is very good and EMI offer is available I could stretch to 35k if not then somewhere between 15k to 20k.
 
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techdabangg

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Re: 27" Monitor

buy a 32 inch LED TV only na at that budget...........(just an advice)

32" is actually too big for eyes since I keep the monitor on my desk and play from chair. If I would have been playing from a bit of distance I would have gone for that option. Apart from that I think monitors designed specifically for gaming have more advantages as very good response time than traditional led TVs. Also from my previous exp I think horizontal tearing in games would be much more noticeable on TV when playing with sync off.

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How is the below monitor?

http://www.flipkart.com/benq-gl2760h-27-inch-led-backlit-lcd-monitor/p/itmdw3k7rgzpp37f?pid=MONDW3K6P2FWFQUN&srno=b_3&ref=566c2e82-d1c1-4276-aa44-c333b5cc6308
 

rixon.d9

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Re: 27" Monitor

Apart from that I think monitors designed specifically for gaming have more advantages as very good response time than traditional led TVs. Also from my previous exp I think horizontal tearing in games would be much more noticeable on TV when playing with sync off.

IMO TV's are not meant for gaming. The response times are bad. The resolution remains same and gets streched on the TV making it look worse.
Basically, if you sit at a desk with the monitor directly in front of you, a TV isn't the best choice. If you sit a few feet back from the monitor, a TV could possibly work, assuming you can find one without much input lag and a decent response time. Most TVs have significant input lag, because they try to fiddle with the signal to make it look better.
 
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