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Y'all know they makes 1440p 144hz monitors right?
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Ive been waiting for this! niceee. thanks!
gonna get dat XL2411
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In for a 1080p 27". Thanks OP.
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how does these 144Hz compare to those Freesync and Gsync i keep hearing about?
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I play MLB the show a lot of PS4. Been looking to pick up another monitor. Does anyone have a preference on gaming on a 24" monitor vs a 27"?
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That 1080p resolution will look like crap on a 27" screen
Thanks for the warning. I have a 27" 1080p non gaming monitor and I'm ok with the PPI. Besides my video card can't fully drive a 1440p monitor at 144hz....
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Thanks for the warning. I have a 27" 1080p non gaming monitor and I'm ok with the PPI. Besides my video card can't fully drive a 1440p monitor at 144hz....
This.

Just purchased 2 of the 27" 1080p / 144hz. My vision is not perfect, but not terrible and I definitely like the 27" 1080p simply because I don't feel the need to wear glasses like I sometimes do with a 24".
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Awe no 32" refurbs this time Frown
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The RL 27" is great for the price. Best for console gaming.
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I feel like I need to try 144hz, but at this point I'm too used to 1440p.
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I feel like I need to try 144hz, but at this point I'm too used to 1440p.
Same boat here kinda. I want to upgrade my monitor to 1440p ips but I also get tempted for higher Hz.
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Same boat here kinda. I want to upgrade my monitor to 1440p ips but I also get tempted for higher Hz.
Yeah, there's no way I can do both 1440p AND 144hz. Also, I notice that my monitor does 75hz, but with my GTX 1080 I get terrible frame skipping. Wonder if that would be the case across the board on some of these monitors.

I'll stick with my 32 inch 1440p HP Omen for the time being. It's been serving me well and is a beautiful display. I'm not sure I could do 27 inches @ 1080p in terms of PPI. During gaming use it's fine, but I do a lot of other things on my PC and that wouldn't cut it.
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