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1680 x 1050
Response Time (G2G)
170° H x 160° V
- 4 points
- 11 hours ago
from completed build Budget Gaming PC
Found for $14.99 at the local Goodwill, it's more sturdy than elegant but still understated while being reasonably crisp and bright - and therefore a good value at twice the price for at gaming at 16:10 1050p <= 60fps, which is about as much as can be expected from a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB or an Xbox One S in any case. It does not offer integrated audio, but then integrated audio is often quite poor anyway. It also does not offer HDMI or DisplayPort, but then again, it didn't cost much more than an HDMI to DVI adapter that can be found at any BestBuy in order to connect it to a console.
- Intel Core i7-3930K (@4.7GHz)
- GeForce GTX Titan
- AMD Athlon X2 370K
- Radeon R7 265
- Intel Core i5-4570S (@3.45Ghz)