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Anyone recommend a nice 24" hackintosh monitor?


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Hey guys, any one recommend a new monitor for me of 24"? i need a upgrade :D


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Before I bought my monitor, I done a heavy amount of research and it led me to the Dell 2209WA 22". You may find a similar model, only 24" instead.

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+1 for 2209WA. It is truly the best for its price.

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http://store.apple.c...mco=MTA4MzU1MzE

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http://store.apple.c...mco=MTA4MzU1MzE


that is a nice one, but i don't think I could spend more money on my monitor the my hackintosh...

I just got an LG 23" monitor that is working nicely, there a a couple quarks with it, but it work as a basic monitor...

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Hey guys, any one recommend a new monitor for me of 24"? i need a upgrade ;)


Thanks


Go for a model with a h-ips or s-ips panel
the Hp lp2475w is well tested
check this site so see what model panel they use
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/
you can search for; model, panel & response time
btw apple led display also uses a h-ips panel

T.

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I have a 23" (or is it 22", cant remember) Viewsonic downstairs on my other computer.

It looks pretty nice, works very well too.

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+10000 for the dell... I have one also and love it...

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http://store.apple.c...mco=MTA4MzU1MzE



Yes I would like that as well, I've nothing else left to buy and I'm not paying for SSD's

The only problem is the mini-display port

Anyone know of a supported graphics card (better than a 4870) with mini-display port ?
(I know there is supposedly an adapter but I don't know how reliable that is? plus it's expensive I believe?

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I drool when i see this monitor, i should really consider get one in the future. But how tricky is it to use this beauty with a 4870 non apple?

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I am going to try and use my TV that I bought. Ended up cancelling cable because I never watched TV. It has multiple component and HDMI as well as optical. 720p HD makes it tasty enough for me!





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