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    Hi! Can you please help me out a bit! My monitor broke and need to get a new one asap! Thank you sooo much! I do photo editing but don't have extremely high requierements from clients. I had a cheap lg monitor and thought I'd uprage a bit till I can get a really professional one (dell, eizo, etc) so I'm looking at low budget alternatives now. So, questions:

    1- are 8 bit ips screens really that much improvement as opposite to: "8 bit (6 bit +frc)"?

    2- is a 24" 1920x1080 screen ok for a graphics card resolution of 1920x1080 or will I see any pixels/jagged edges? I don't want that... I had a 22" and it was fine.

    thanks so much!!!!

    MTesa

    ps. These are the two low budget I'm comparing... Besides size, is the 24 that much better in other parameters?
    Last edited by MTesa; 07-19-2018, 04:17 PM.

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    You can give Asus a shot. Worth buying. I bought one 5 years ago and it still running smoothly. The pixels are great and even the display is glare free. If you buy then buy the 22 inch one. There are plenty of monitors in the market, try to watch the reviews first before you buy one.

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