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looking for a good monitor

STEEV888

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SO I just built my first computer in about 6 years and I am looking for a good monitor for it, I currently run it on an led tv where 1080p is 30fps and its absolutely terrible

comp specs:
4770k o/c to 4,000mhz
corsair vengence 16g ram 1600mhz
asrock h87 fatal1ty motherboard
galaxy gtx770 gfx card
samsung 840 pro 128g ssd
western digital caviar black 2tb
corsair 400r case
corsair 750w psu
pce n53 wireless card
corsair h60 water cooling.

currently playing guild wars 2 but want to play more demanding games in the future, needs to be pretty large and a good refresh rate

thoughts on this: http://http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Asus-VG278HE-27-LCD-LED-Monitor-3D-2ms-144Hz-Full-HD-HDMI-DVI-VGA-and-Speakers-/261187049343?pt=AU_comp_monitor&hash=item3ccff6177f&_uhb=1

and any other suggestions ?
 

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What is your budget? Do you have any limits on size?

Basically the lower the response rate the better. You will find most screens sit around 3-5ms (millisecond) response times which is great.

AOC produce some nice screens, along with Philips and Samsung. I have some mixed dealings with AOC though, but these were cheap screens that died after about 3 years use.
 

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STEEV888

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Price isn't really much of an issue, it's more what it has, current size is 32" and I would love something around that size as it would fit perfectly in the current location.
It mush have a high refresh rate, a low response time, vibrant colours and 3D capable.

to sum it up.
32"
3D
high refresh
low response
excellent picture
and being realistic, I want to spend around $500.
 
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