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Im buying a new pc (i5-8400/gtx 1060/16gb) and i want to buy a new monitor as well,i tried testing a new monitor my brother just got (lenovo li226d/60htz/7ms response) and while playing the game i notice this awful ghosting

Any recommendations on a cheap monitor for this? Im trying to be on budget but i will pay more for a smoother gameplay
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If you want a smooth gameplay experience 144hz+ is a must. Make sure the monitor also has an adjustable stand, so it won't shake like crazy when you play fast maps.

The cheapest 144hz monitors are around $200 though. Acer 24" XFA240, AOC G2460PF 24” to name a few.
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i like the etch a sketch
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Anything that's 144hz or higher. Trust me you'll see notes a lot better especially at higher difficulties. It's basically a must have in order to climb up

I personally have an Asus ROG Swift but that's overkill. The Asus VG248QE is a great monitor too. I've personally used one
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Sadly those monitors cost around 300$ here, i dont think i can afford that much (im also buying a new pc/headphones/mouse/keyboard so it all piles up).
I will probably settle down on a 60htz monitor
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Use skin with big hit objects, like beatmania skins with arrows or big circles. It will heavily reduce visual "ghosting" on low refresh rate monitors.
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Anemic Witch wrote:

Use skin with big hit objects, like beatmania skins with arrows or big circles. It will heavily reduce visual "ghosting" on low refresh rate monitors.
*cough ATTANG2018.osk
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monitors really dont matter in this game tbh it wont make you better or read easier
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