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Which TFT for £200?

Discussion in 'PC Gaming & Rigs' started by CrispyXUK, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. CrispyXUK

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    Hi all,

    I'm really running out of space at the moment and my CRT is on its last legs, could someone recommend me a 17" TFT for around £200 to be used for web surfing, graphics & games, I here they are getting cheaper these days so Im hoping to pickup something descent without breaking the bank

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  2. GrahamC

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    I jsut received that monitor I suggested above today, and it's turning out to be quite wonderful. I've only tried it with a few games: Unreal Tournament seems to run fine and I can't see any blurring, but some games on Gens+ has some slight blurring. I'll try some more later
     
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    DVI is optional on mine. I'm using VGA and the image is extremely crisp - so crisp that I sometimes change the phase so text becomes slightly blurrier. Most people can't see the difference between DVI and VGA.
     
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    I purchased prolite iiyama e431s for full whack about six months ago its a 17 inch lcd but its really rugged unlike some lcd, and the picture is mint lucky for you they have rereleased it and knocked 100 quid off the asking price. :thumbsup:
     
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    If you're willing to pay postage I'll sell you my Iiyama E431s for around £90 o.n.o. soon as I'm looking to upgrade. It's beige and about a year old. Great monitor that's got very good reviews.
     
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    I would highly recommend the AG Neovo range of LCD monitors.
    I own two of the 17" glass fronted ones, very classy product at a great price, (£199 + shipping on Ebuyer) :thumbsup:
     

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