the last time i bought a monitor you looked for 5ms (actually it was so long ago it might have been 6 or 8ms) response time and not much else. also, there's no point in having a reasonable gfx card if i can't push it a little in a new fancy bells and whistles single player. so, i guess at least it needs to be, bare minimum, capable of 1080p with i guess a refresh of ~2ms??
here's where i hit the wall with my monitor knowledge. i will do some reading up too, but, is there any other stuff i need to look out for? i see this nvidia g-sync on some. is that only useful for nvidia cards? i do want to stick with radeon as i prefer the way they render stuff. see, to me this looks like a great gaming monitor (sorry, monitor for gaming) for example: BenQ 24-Inch Monitor
. £100 sounds scarily cheap which is the reason i'm posting this topic. what am i missing, or, are monitors dirt cheap now? i mean a monitor with a 'gaming' tag seems to be treble or quadruple the price. i like my visuals, but, i'm not paying that sort of money if it is just for a 'slightly' smoother game.
ohh, i don't currently have a gfx card as i'm just using my i5 6600k's on chip gfx. it's a 100fps in TF2 and that's more than fine while i save for these final two components.
ideally i want to spend not much more than £200 on the monitor. if a decent enough monitor is only £100 i'd rather get 2 and dual screen (or get a 27-inch) than a monitor that's only marginally better. come on techies, hit me with the news.