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Old 05-17-09, 02:14 AM   #11
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Default Re: ASUS MK241H LCD?

heh, this is probably the 3rd or 4th LCD thread of mine that ends like this, but I'm just going to stick to my CRT.

I've been spoiled for too long and I'm not wealthy enough to gamble on a display that will be inferior in some way to this old CRT that I paid $170 for (shipped) two years ago. I don't think any low end LCD will compare to a high end CRT that was originally $900, and there aren't any mid range or high end LCDs that are responsive enough for me to use for gaming.

There aren't really any options for me at this point. Unless I find an amazing deal on a great LCD, I'll be sticking with this thing until it fails. And after that I'll probably go back to my NEC 19" CRT.
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