New 24"/32" monitor for gaming.

tejaslok

Journeyman
Open to your suggestions on buying a nice monitor for gaming + day-to-day needs.

1. Budget?
Can go upto 20,000 for 60Hz/144hz gaming monitor with 1080p.

2. Display type and size?
Type - IPS panel or TN
Size - 24/32

3. Primary use of Tv/monitor?
my current monitor "Dell UltraSharp U2311H Black 23"(bought it in mid-2011) stopped working,
Primary use - gaming and watching movies.

4. Ports Required?
DVI, HDMI
Planning to buy new Gfx card in 6 months, vega (if its below 23k) or rx 480 (if available)

5. Preferred choice of brand?
LG, Samsung, Dell. Benq

6. Any TV/monitor in consideration?

Found few suggestions in "PC Components / Configurations":
  1. Samsung Curved LC24F390FHWXXL - 15,000.00
  2. LG 24MP88HV-S - 16,700
  3. LG 24" IPS 24MP88HM - 15,500
  4. LG 22MP68VQ-P - 9,500
  5. LG 32" 32MN58H - 18,500
  6. LG 24MP59G-P - 17,000

7. Any other info that you want to share.
Wanted to buy 60hz/144hz monitor with 1080p if budget permits.
Will be upgrading my CPU by year end, thinking of buying ryzen r5 1600x, Will create a questionnaire for it in Q4.
 
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SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
If the games you'll be playing don't go above 100 FPS, even on your future GPU, there wouldn't be much difference in mid range freesync (75-120Hz) monitor and high end (144+ Hz) monitor.

First prioritize on the GPU and then choose a monitor. You can pair a Rx 570 with 144 Hz monitor but that extra rate will be wasted. RX 580 with a 75-120Hz monitor would be balanced. Nvidia cards don't support freesync and g-sync monitors are priced too high. (I don't suppose fast sync can substitute for freesync)
 
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tejaslok

Journeyman
If the games you'll be playing don't go above 100 FPS, even on your future GPU, there wouldn't be much difference in mid range freesync (75-120Hz) monitor and high end (144+ Hz) monitor.

First prioritize on the GPU and then choose a monitor. You can pair a Rx 570 with 144 Hz monitor but that extra rate will be wasted. RX 580 with a 75-120Hz monitor would be balanced. Nvidia cards don't support freesync and g-sync monitors are priced too high. (I don't suppose fast sync can substitute for freesync)

Thanks for the suggestion, I have postponed the CPU purchase by few months, for now, will wait for AMD GPU prices to come down. Will go with rx580 and LG 22MP68VQ-P.
I have ordered LG one (don't have a working monitor right now). BTW, Vega might damn costly in India and power required by 56 is high too.
 

SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
I have 144Hz IPS gaming monitor. It is really very good for gaming. I really like it's unique, amazing and breathtaking gaming experience. If anyone want to buy a gaming monitor then you can buy 144Hz gaming monitor. It is the best choice for gaming.

*MOD EDIT: Self promotion link removed*

Specify the monitor.
 

SaiyanGoku

kamehameha!!
I think you should buy 24" Acer Predator XB241H. It is one of the fastest gaming monitors. I also use this monitor to play my favorite games.

*MOD EDIT: Self promotion link removed

Check OP's budget instead of linking your own website in the comment and then suggesting a 30k monitor.
 
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