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32" GIGABYTE G32QC Curved 2560x1440 165Hz FreeSync VA Monitor + $15 Newegg GC EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 32" GIGABYTE G32QC Curved 2560x1440 165Hz FreeSync/G-Sync VA Monitor + $15 Newegg Gift Card for $369.99. Shipping is $4.99. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Note, gift card is automatically added in cart and will be emailed 4 day after invoice. Currently on backorder and usually ships within 5 to 7 days.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh Rate: 165Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Curvature: 1500R
  • FreeSync Premium Pro + G-Sync
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 2x HDMI 2.0
    • 2x USB 3.0
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Newegg has GIGABYTE G32QC 32" 165Hz 1440P Curved Gaming Monitor on sale for $369.99 + additional $15 Newegg Gift Card
  • 32" 2560 x 1440 VA Display with 165Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time
  • Native 1500R Curvature
  • Improved Gaming Experience with G-Sync Compatible
  • Smooth Gameplay with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Studio Grade VESA Display HDR400 and 94% DCI-P3 (124% sRGB) Color Gamut
  • GIGABYTE Classic Tactical Features with OSD Sidekick
  • GIGABYTE Auto-Update
  • Ergonomic Design with Tilt and Height Adjustments
  • Low Blue Light & Flicker-Free
  • VESA Wall Mount Compatible 100x100mm
  • 1x Display Port 1.2, 2x HDMI 2.0, 2x USB 3.0
https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E1682...24-012-012

QA note: Backordered. Usually ships within 5 to 7 days.
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I was about to bite, but Newegg has a terrible return policy for dead pixels (at least 8 dead pixels for a free return). This kills it for me
Thank you to the guys and girls answering my questions!

Why the fark do you get thumbs down for asking legit questions on this site these days? So many angry trolls that hate their lives and they're ruining this site.
Overly generalized statement. IPS has backlight bleed and lower contrast, which makes it a poor choice for dark rooms compared to VA panels. However, IPS has better viewing angles and more consistent color performance. The differences are not necessarily a deal-breaker if you don't require the specific strengths of each.

High end TV's are built using both IPS and VA displays. Samsung QLED uses VA panels while LG Nano Cell TVs feature IPS.

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For the monitor Gurus.
Thoughts on the monitor release deal?
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Just bought one
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This looks really similar to the Dell S3220DGF, which I bought a few months ago for a similar price. I wonder if it's the same panel. I'm very happy with mine. Strangely, there's a Lenovo model with a very similar model name to this one, but the color coverage looks worse.
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This looks really similar to the Dell S3220DGF, which I bought a few months ago for a similar price. I wonder if it's the same panel. I'm very happy with mine. Strangely, there's a Lenovo model with a very similar model name to this one, but the color coverage looks worse.
Specs seems identical, if this has that "kvm plus" feature it's definitely a nice feature to have.
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For the monitor Gurus.
Thoughts on the monitor release deal?
It seems like everything you would want, if you're gaming at 1440p. If I was I'm need of an upgrade, I would probably go for it.
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tried to order, but they would not ship this product to minnesota... why? so stupid. oh well...
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Brand new monitor with zero professional reviews so far so buyer beware...

For gamers... I just bought the Dell 2716DGR for my gaming rig in January for $300, or I would be ALL over this one for $70 more. Spec wise, it checks all the boxes in the price range for non-IPS.

I've been looking for a 32-34" QHD IPS for working from home, and the new KVM feature in this one really interests me... decisions, decisions
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Brand new monitor with zero professional reviews so far so buyer beware...

For gamers... I just bought the Dell 2716DGR for my gaming rig in January for $300, or I would be ALL over this one for $70 more. Spec wise, it checks all the boxes in the price range for non-IPS.

I've been looking for a 32-34" QHD IPS for working from home, and the new KVM feature in this one really interests me... decisions, decisions
Same here on the KVM feature. It's weird they dont advertise it on the product page though.. seems like a key selling point


I bit the bullet and will try it out. 30 day return policy and 3 year warranty.
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Same here on the KVM feature. It's weird they dont advertise it on the product page though.. seems like a key selling point


I bit the bullet and will try it out. 30 day return policy and 3 year warranty.
I'm in for one too... I'm interested to hear your feedback?
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Shows $4.99 shipping for me
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was that 3 year warranty through square trade? anyone know dead pixel policies.
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was that 3 year warranty through square trade? anyone know dead pixel policies.
Looks like it's a 3 yr mfr warranty. Either way I bought it with the chase sapphire reserve which extends it to 4 years so my purchase is covered for at least that duration
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