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    20" tft

    hey people, i am in the market for a 20" TFT and was after any recomendations?

    i heard cpc said that the Dell 2007wfp wide screen was good and only £300, this or the NEC gx2 20 which i was looking into, since i already own the GX2 90 and i love it. but i cant decide if the glossy is good or bad

    cheers guys


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    You from Bit-tech?

    The Dell 2007FPW is the best all-rounder on the market. It has good everything-

    Good panel

    Good looks

    Good egronomics

    Great Dell service

    All inputs you need

    Thats my choice.

    Glossy panels are known to bring colours out more, but if you have a window behind you or in a awkward place it will be annoying.

    The NEC is the best on the market in terms of performance. But the price of the Dell and what you get makes it the best in my opinion.

    I have VX2025, which I got for £240 off ebay.

    Have you checked out the 22" new panels? You can get one for £280!

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    hey noni, yes i am from b-tech and overclock.co.uk

    right so the dell is getting the thumbs up so if you could stretch for the NEC would you?

    cause i am running the NEC 19" and its a cracker of a screen and im not fazed by the gloss

    now i cant decide whether to go with a 24" or not. i will have £600 ish so the dell 24" is within reach. but then the native res is higher than 1600x1*** which will struggle my system i think ?

    x1900xtx is what im running.

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    If you can afford a higher resolution monitor now, then buy it now. Don't go for a lower resolution one now just because you are worried about your general system (i wouldn't though if i were you, it looks fine to me). One day you will get better components, and your monitor will be there still, all good and ready for it. In the shorter term, if you really feel you need to, simply run at a lower resolution - the Dells scale really well. Simple
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    Yep, your system will run a 24inch Dell fine.

    Size comparison against a 20.1inch widescreen-

    http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/sho...34&postcount=2

    If I had the money, I would still get the Dell. But if I had the money for a 24" I would get that.

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    nooo dont show me that lol damn 24" would be lovely


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