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27" AORUS CV27F Curved 1080p 165Hz 1ms FreeSync Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 27" AORUS CV27F Curved 1080p 165Hz 1ms FreeSync Gaming Monitor on sale for $199.99 after $50 Rebate when you apply promo code AFMCV27F. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 165Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • Viewing Angles 178° H / 178° V
  • Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • Panel Type: VA
  • VESA support: Yes (100mm x 100mm)
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 2x USB 3.0
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Newegg has AORUS CV27F 27" Frameless Curved 1500R Gaming Monitor on sale for $199.99 after code and rebate

CODE: AFMCV27F
Rebate: Link [newegg.com]
  • 27 Inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD Curved VA Panel
  • Immersive 1500R Curvature
  • Silky Smooth 165 Hz Refresh Rate
  • Cinematic Grade 90% DCI-P3 Color Accuracy
  • Ultra Fast 1 ms Response Time (MPRT)
  • FreeSync Premium Pro Support
  • AORUS Exclusive Active Noise Cancellation, OSD Sidekick
  • Ergonomic Stand Design with Adjustable Swivel, Tilt, and Height
https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E1682...24-012-008
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LOL. It's just fine, especially if you disable cleartype which is BS anyway. Fine for Video and Gaming.
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1080p on a 27 inch monitor looks awful. Just my opinion, but do your self a favor, and go with 1440p display. That's where the sweet spot is at the moment.
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Idk what the 1440p comment is above? That makes no sense.

Good refresh rate, size, and most importantly price. My card kills 1080p so I'd buy if the screen quality is there. Im not ready to invest in the 1440p cards and when I do I'm rolling 4k.
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I dont know about you but tbis monitor spec is perfect for me but i dont trust gigabyte tho...
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1080p on a 27 inch monitor looks awful. Just my opinion, but do your self a favor, and go with 1440p display. That's where the sweet spot is at the moment.
A pretty common resolution for Esports gaming where the refresh rate makes a difference. 1080p might be bad for text and other none gaming things. Oh, wait this is a gaming monitor. Your judgment was a waste of words.
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1080p on a 27 inch monitor looks awful. Just my opinion, but do your self a favor, and go with 1440p display. That's where the sweet spot is at the moment.
Lol, sure. That's why they keep being produced.

Use a 27" 1080p as my second monitor and its perfect. Quit being such an elitist.
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I believe it's 250 after rebate, not 200.
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I believe it's 250 after rebate, not 200.
the promo code takes off another 50, so it's 200 after rebate & promo code
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1080p on a 27 inch monitor looks awful. Just my opinion, but do your self a favor, and go with 1440p display. That's where the sweet spot is at the moment.
I used a 46" 1080p tv as a monitor for gaming for years and loved it. Sure I could see the pixels but the immersion was amazing!
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Use a 27" 1080p as my second monitor and its perfect. Quit being such an elitist.
Not the guy you're responding to, and I am glad you're happy with your 27" /1080p - but it's really not ideal. Just this weekend I upgrades my main monitor from the Dell U2412m (24", 1920x1200, 60hz, ips) to a Asus PG279Q (27", 1440, 144hz, ips) and obviously it was an upgrade on all fronts (bigger, sharper, faster) but I think the extra pixels is something I can most appreciate (in gaming, and general use). And it's not like getting decent (if not necessarily 120+ fps) FPS at 1440 requires particularly beefy horsepower. If you are that serious a gamer that you care about 100 fps vs 140 fps - you're not buying this monitor. You're getting one of those 24" 1080p 240hz TN's.
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1080p on a 27 inch monitor looks awful. Just my opinion, but do your self a favor, and go with 1440p display. That's where the sweet spot is at the moment.
LOL. It's just fine, especially if you disable cleartype which is BS anyway. Fine for Video and Gaming.
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it's really not ideal
I've got a 1080p projector on a 120" screen, 10.5ft view distance. Works pretty good. It's like sitting a foot away from a 22" monitor.
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1080p on a 27 inch monitor looks awful. Just my opinion, but do your self a favor, and go with 1440p display. That's where the sweet spot is at the moment.
Pretty controversial comment it seems, I had a 27 inch 1080 though and I gotta agree, the pixel density crossed the threshold it seems. I ended up going with 25 inch 1080 in the end.
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