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should I get this monitor or go with IPS pannel?? while i only play cs go. But i really want 27" monitor feel like 24" too small for gaming??
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should I get this monitor or go with IPS pannel?? while i only play cs go. But i really want 27" monitor feel like 24" too small for gaming??
I have this monitor and it is great for what it is. I do wish I got the 27" version, just because I have a 27" 4K sitting next to it, but other than that, the screen looks great at 100% scaling and is very sharp. Colors will not be as good as IPS, but it does look good.
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Not a deal being the 27" was $350 a month ago.
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should I get this monitor or go with IPS pannel?? while i only play cs go. But i really want 27" monitor feel like 24" too small for gaming??
I have the 27" model and I play CSGO. It looks pretty good (never owned an IPS Monitor, but my laptop has an IPS Screen). And you'll really see a considerable difference if you aren't used to 100+ hz screen. If you have some extra $$, go for 27, it's an excellent size for PC gaming.
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Not a deal being the 27" was $350 a month ago.
and it is an inferior product. the 27 can not be overclocked to 165 Hz.
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and it is an inferior product. the 27 can not be overclocked to 165 Hz.
144Hz to 165Hz would be really hard to notice. Not to mention, it would need a solid GPU to push 165+ FPS at 2K if used for gaming.
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Not a deal being the 27" was $350 a month ago.
They are different products - different panels, different degrees of overclocking, and smaller form factor. This is not just a smaller version of the same thing. This one could be preferable to some people, regardless of size of the actual screen.

I had the 27" before, and I have this now, and I'm much happier with the 24". Less color banding (though still some), WAY less overdrive, and given how close I sit to it, it just looks better because of higher DPI.

It was $329 a few weeks (or a month or two?) ago, but this is still a sweet deal.
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144Hz to 165Hz would be really hard to notice. Not to mention, it would need a solid GPU to push 165+ FPS at 2K if used for gaming.
My 1080ti sure can push those frames. But it certainly should be noted as a difference between the two monitors.
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My 1080ti sure can push those frames. But it certainly should be noted as a difference between the two monitors.
Well, I use the 27" as an external display for my laptop, so... Crying.
It comes down to mostly preference between those extra 20hz vs extra 3".
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Well, I use the 27" as an external display for my laptop, so... Crying.
It comes down to mostly preference between those extra 20hz vs extra 3".
I'll take the extra 3 inches for $340 any time.
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My 1080ti sure can push those frames. But it certainly should be noted as a difference between the two monitors.
a difference your eyes can't process. but a difference none the less.
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should I get this monitor or go with IPS pannel?? while i only play cs go. But i really want 27" monitor feel like 24" too small for gaming??
Wait for the 27' clear o go back on sale.
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a difference your eyes can't process. but a difference none the less.
That's not even close to true. The upper limit of human perception, most would agree, would be a fighter pilot. They can pick out a single frame at around 250hz. The human average is likely lower than that, at 200-220hz. TLDR: u notice a difference going from 144hz to 165hz because your eyes CAN perceive the difference. At that point it's all about how competitive you are and what games you play to determine if it's worth it.
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That's not even close to true. The upper limit of human perception, most would agree, would be a fighter pilot. They can pick out a single frame at around 250hz. The human average is likely lower than that, at 200-220hz. TLDR: u notice a difference going from 144hz to 165hz because your eyes CAN perceive the difference. At that point it's all about how competitive you are and what games you play to determine if it's worth it.
no one measures visual perception in hz, they use ms.

no one can pick out a frame at 200hz+ they might be able to identify a flicker 1 black frame among 199 white. but in no way can they tell you which frame. the human brain can't process an image in 5ms.

TLDR your post is bs.
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