What Are Some Good Budget 1080p Monitors?

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#1 SnPzFresh-
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Right now, i have a 720p TV for my PC. The reason why i'm going with 1080p, is because my rig can beast at 1080p.

I need help finding a budget monitor, with good color reproduction, and a crisp display. $80-$100 is acceptable.

Thanks guys!

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#2 04dcarraher
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Here are a few options

https://www.amazon.com/BenQ-proprietary-borderless-Brightness-GW2480/dp/B072XCZSSW?th=1

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0773ZY26F/?tag=thowisguy-20

https://www.amazon.com/Acer-SB220Q-Ultra-Thin-Frame-Monitor/dp/B07CVL2D2S/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=1080p+ips&qid=1577566315&s=electronics&sr=1-4

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#3 SnPzFresh-
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@04dcarraher: Thanks!

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https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-32-class-led-n5300-series-1080p-smart-hdtv/6202106.p?skuId=6202106

i hope this helps

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@TJDMHEM: Looking for a gaming Monitor, but thanks anyways!:)

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#6 ulfrinn
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Sceptre sells a 24" 1080P IPS panel for like $90. I may buy two of them for myself to match up with the 165hz TN I got from them a few months ago.

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#7 SnPzFresh-
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@ulfrinn: hmmmmm, sounds interesting. Thanks!

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#8 ulfrinn
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I believe they are IPS. It doesn't say but the specs would suggest so, I would confirm first. I am currently using a TN from Sceptre though, but its a 25" and 165hz that I bought for $165 for competitive FPS and it's been pretty solid so far.

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@ulfrinn: 165hz $165 that means i can pick up a monitor for $30 at 30hz😁😁

I'm joking😂

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#10  Edited By ulfrinn
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@snpzfresh- said:

@ulfrinn: 165hz $165 that means i can pick up a monitor for $30 at 30hz😁😁

I'm joking😂

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$1 per hz isn't a bad deal though. But if competitive FPS isn't your thing, I'd go with an IPS panel. I notice a difference between 120fps and 60, but I noticed no difference between 120 and 165. So 165 is a bit irrelevant. And due to being a TN panel, colors and blacks will not look as good as on an IPS. So if you're not into absolute competitive FPS, get an IPS.

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#11 SnPzFresh-
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@ulfrinn: Then i'll get an IPS, because i love deep blacks and color.

BTW i followed you:)

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#12 ulfrinn
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@snpzfresh- said:

@ulfrinn: Then i'll get an IPS, because i love deep blacks and color.

BTW i followed you:)

That would certainly be my recommendation. Also a lot of people do not have the hardware to drive a lot of the latest games at much more than 60fps without having to drop some of the visual quality anyway. So, unless you want your game to look 5 years old just to achieve 165hz, you're probably going to be playing at about 60 anyway so you can really pile on the shadows, shaders, and textures. To be completely honest, I wish I had gotten a 27" 1440P 60 or 75hz IPS instead of a 1080P 165hz TN.