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Brand new BenQ GW2765HT 27" IPS 1440p monitor - Newegg via eBay $206.99

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NewEgg via eBay is selling the BenQ GW2765HT 27" IPS 1440p monitor for $206.99 brand new! These normally go for $230 on their website.

I bought this for $289 refurbished 2 years ago and this monitor holds really well, especially when calibrated. Colors are amazing and IPS holds that clarity. Not really for FPS gamers, but you could game on this.

Also would like to mention that the DisplayPort has some issues with flickering or not detecting signal, from my experience. It is a common issue among these units. I now us HDMI and no issues.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/BenQ-GW2...1043294342

Calibration settings I used:
Picture Mode: User
Brightness: 16 (120cd/m² for dark rooms. Increase if too dim.)
Contrast: 50
Sharpness: 5
Gamma: 3
Color Temperature: User Define (R: 93, G: 94, B: 100)
Hue: 50
Saturation: 50
Overscan: Off
Display Mode: Full
HDMI RGB PC Range: RGB (0~255)
AMA: High

Reference: http://www.displaylag.com/benq-gw...rettyPhoto
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Are you able to get full resolution when using HDMI?
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ymmv 8% ebay bucks
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60hz if anybody was wondering.
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"...average input lag of approximately 34ms"

Ouch. Not recommending this for eSport titles, unless you're playing casually. Can you even play eSport games casually?
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"...average input lag of approximately 34ms"

Ouch. Not recommending this for eSport titles, unless you're playing casually. Can you even play eSport games casually?
What a stupid question. Yes. Can you play basketball casually? Football? Baseball?


Wow, why are people like this?
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What a stupid question. Yes. Can you play basketball casually? Football? Baseball?


Wow, why are people like this?
Probably because people overreact to stuff so hard.
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Are you able to get full resolution when using HDMI?
Yes, 1440p. I am actually using it as I am typing this.
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Are you able to get full resolution when using HDMI?
I would be surprised to find a 1440p monitor that wont support that resolution on HDMI.
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What a stupid question. Yes. Can you play basketball casually? Football? Baseball?


Wow, why are people like this?
I thought it was clear that the question was asked sarcastically...
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I would be surprised to find a 1440p monitor that wont support that resolution on HDMI.
I think it's something to do with my specific cable. Might need to get a new one with more recent version
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noob question - Can this be run at 1080p if my card doesnt support 1440? Want to buy this antiipating updating my computer
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Probably because people overreact to stuff so hard.
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I got this monitor on BF from Newegg and expected DisplayPort issues to be resolved but unfortunately not. Display lasted 2 weeks on dp with no problems then signal no longer detected.

I'm running it with dvi to hdmi cable and it's running great at full res.

I got this monitor for work and needed the color representation accuracy and haven't been disappointed.
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noob question - Can this be run at 1080p if my card doesnt support 1440? Want to buy this antiipating updating my computer
Yes, it works just fine. You will see 1080p resolution is all. Since it's not native, it could get blurry.
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