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Thread: Monitor Crisis!!!

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    SG Enthusiast Jstyr's Avatar
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    The Swamp

    Monitor Crisis!!!

    Not really, but hey its good advertisement. Old member from wayyyy back..go Speedguide Folding!! Anyways, I need a flatscreen replacement for my old rig. Not lookin for blingz0rs just decent bang and I'm thinking 23"??

    Big shouts go to...Maddoctor , Norm, Downhill, YOSC, JCOS, Phillip (can't forget the academy) , Ken, Burke , Debbie!!!, I know I'm forgeting people. Brent & Immy...ROFLCOPTER!!!.

    Post not complete without a current breakdown of my nightly meal and beverage intake (I know YOSC can appreciate this) Baked lobster tail, Crab, and Shrimp /w taters and corn. Blue Moon and Purple Haze brews...mmm

    Good to see this place still go'in strong and get to work!!!! I need a monitor already
    Rig #1- AMD XP 2400+, A-Bit KR7A/266, Gainward Geforce3 ti200 64mb Golden Sample, 1GB Crucial DDR, 40 gig WD HDD (7200), XP PRO, Vantec Stealth 420 PSU, Soundblaster Live 5.1
    Rig #2- P4 2.4c, Abit IC7 800 FSB /w onboard sound, Radeon 9700 Pro 128, 1 Gig Corsair 3200 XMS, Dual (SATA) 36GB WD Raptor's in RAID 0, XP Pro, Antec Truepower 400
    Rig #3-AMD Barton 2500+, Albatron KX600 (via), 1 gig Corsair 3200, Radeon 9600 Pro 128, Seagate 80 gig HD, Antec Truepower 400

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    Senior Member nightowl's Avatar
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    cant go wrong with Samsung or LG monitors. I personaly wouldn't go larger then 22" wide screen.
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    Second Most EVIL YARDofSTUF's Avatar
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    Me likey samsung.

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    Moderator YeOldeStonecat's Avatar
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    Somewhere along the shoreline in New England
    Viewsonic is my top brand of choice.
    Samsung also makes good LCDs, I've had good experience with them..and their warranty service.
    Acer/Benq is also a good choice...I use a lot of those for clients for less expensive alternatives.
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