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These are the two best types of screens for playing PC games — here's which one you should choose

Maybe you've stashed away a little extra cash for a cheeky gaming PC upgrade. What do you get? Unless you're in dire need of new parts, you should look into the fancy new options of computer monitors to make your games take on a fresh new look. The two most common and best options is to go big, or to go wide. I tried a 32-inch behemoth gaming monitor and a sleek ultra-wide 21:9 model, and there are upsides and downsides to each.
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