Best 24-27" Battlefield 4 monitor for 200$

Chaingunchris

Honorable
Jul 29, 2014
472
1
10,815
5

I'm actually upgrading from that monitor :/, also 1ms response times help with motion blur reduction and makes the picture much more clear
 

davidarad02

Admirable
Dec 27, 2014
2,463
1
6,960
431


in that case, theres nothing much to upgrade to, unless ur willing to pay 250 and get a 144Hz panel
 

aylafan

Distinguished
Feb 24, 2006
540
1
19,160
53
I agree with davidarad02. Save up $50 and get a 144Hz monitor. You'll probably be using the monitor for awhile; $50 extra is worth the investment.

FYI. I noticed you created the same post yesterday except you were asking for good color reproduction with 1ms for $200.
 

Chaingunchris

Honorable
Jul 29, 2014
472
1
10,815
5




I don't really have much money saved at the moment. I'm only 15 I can't work so money doesn't come in that often so I'm trying to find the cheapest prices possible
 

davidarad02

Admirable
Dec 27, 2014
2,463
1
6,960
431


so theres nothing much to do. try asking your parents if the can help you out with 50 bucks, a 144Hz panel is what you are looking for right now. also, consider if your GPU is also capable of playing BF4 144Hz. what do you have?
 

Chaingunchris

Honorable
Jul 29, 2014
472
1
10,815
5
I spent most of my money on a gtx 980 which I got off of craigslist for 300$. It's a gigabyte and it runs amazing. I get 130fps in battle at max settings on battlefield 4. Best thing k could of done to my machine. My 270x's couldn't run anything before, I have about 140$ now which I know isn't even close to enough for a 144hz monitor. I guess I could ask my parents for a little financial help, maybe they could help me out. I do have a 144hz monitor in mind. It's the benq XL2411Z
 

davidarad02

Admirable
Dec 27, 2014
2,463
1
6,960
431


if your parents agree, good for you. if they don't, theres not much you can do.
 

aylafan

Distinguished
Feb 24, 2006
540
1
19,160
53
Just tell your parents that you'll be using the monitor for many years and that you'll regret buying a $50 cheaper monitor that you'll not be completely satisfied with. Maybe you can do some house work for the extra $50.
 

Chaingunchris

Honorable
Jul 29, 2014
472
1
10,815
5

Ok thanks for the help :)
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY

TRENDING THREADS