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world    84

I'm using LG Flatron 22 inch with TV for like 3-4 years, I wanna change it to a LED Monitor.

What do you think of this LG LED Monitor 29EA93.

And Thanks for your reply. :)

 

Those super-wide monitors are so fancy looking :) 

 

I'd imagine for movies it'd be pretty amazing, but for some games, you might run into some resolution problems with it due to it being non-standard

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Yeah I thought so. Thank you very much for your reply.

I play lots of games(racing, strategy, rpg, fps), watch animes, mostly Hollywood sometimes bollywood, tollywood movies and make custom build OS etcs

Then can you suggest me another one from LG more than 22''.

And one more thing can you share/post your build here.

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world    84

I'm a big fan of 27 inch 2560x1440 resolution monitors, but LG's 27 inch QHD monitor is pretty costly. Here's a link to it. What has been pretty popular lately for this resolution and size is to buy a cheaper one from a Korean company on ebay. They go for half or a third of the cost of name brand ones from Dell, HP, LG, etc. In USD, it often is about $300. Those companies usually are willing to ship worldwide too, so that could be an option. I've never bought one before, but a good friend of mine has 2 of them, and he's really happy with them :)

 

My computer's actually in pieces right now, so pictures probably wouldn't look so good :P

 

But my current build is this:

 

OS: Windows 8.1 64 bit

Motherboard: Asus P8P67-M Pro

CPU: Intel i5 2500k OC to 4.4 Ghz

CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM

Ram: 2x4gb DDR3 Patriot 1600 (I don't remember the exact model or series :P )

Storage: ADATA 120 GB SSD, Western Digital 1TB Blue HDD, Hitachi 2TB HDD

GPU: Gigabyte R9 290 unlocked to R9 290X

PSU: Seasonic X850

Keyboard: Ducky DK 1087

Mouse: Razer Deathadder 1st generation

Monitor: Dell U2711

Case: Silverstone FT-03B

Audio Interface: Aune T1 DAC/Amp

Headphones: Beyerdynamic DT880 600 ohm

 

Also, what kind of anime do you watch? (anything good lately?) I haven't had time to keep up with them in the last couple years, but I used to watch anime a lot :P

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Sorry for the delayed response.

I got a new job in Qatar, I watch Naruto, Naruto Shippuden,  One Piece, Hunter x Hunter etcs. Thanks for posting your build.

 

I love playing games in pc or ps3 or watching Anime ;).

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CM Jerry    43

Congrats!!!

So you will move to Qatar or have been there?

 

I'm glad to hear someone likes watching anime. :)

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Thx, I'm in Qatar since Feb 20.

I wanted to apply for a IT job, unfortunately I couldn't get one currently working in QA/QC.

You too like to watch anime. Cool.  Can I know which all you watch ?

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CM Jerry    43

Like Naruto, one piece, Hunter x Hunter such famous anime.

And, I also follow each Japan anime by season.

I'm not sure how many artwork you've seen, but I'm glad to chat with you or recommend some good anime to you :)

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Sunday Morning    174

Like Naruto, one piece, Hunter x Hunter such famous anime.

And, I also follow each Japan anime by season.

I'm not sure how many artwork you've seen, but I'm glad to chat with you or recommend some good anime to you :)

i love naruto shippuden and dragon ball Z GT

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