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Monoprice 27in Zero-G Curved Gaming Monitor - 1500R, 1920x1080p, FHD, 165Hz, AMD FreeSync, VA $179.99 + FS

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  • Screen Size: 27"
  • Video Inputs: 1x DisplayPort® 1.2, 2x HDMI® 1.4
  • Panel Technology: VA
  • Panel Model: Samsung® LSM270HP09
  • Curvature: 1500R
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Resolution: 1920x1080p
  • Color Depth: 8-bit
  • Color Support: 16.7M
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR) Support: No
  • Refresh Rate: 165Hz
  • Response Rate: 1ms MPRT (6.2ms GTG)
  • Adaptive Sync: AMD FreeSync 1.0
  • AMD FreeSync Refresh Rates: DisplayPort 1.2: 48 ~ 165Hz; HDMI 1.4: 48 ~ 120Hz
  • Typical Brightness: 300 cd/m2
  • Typical Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • Viewing Angles (H/V): 178°/178°
  • VESA® Mount Size: 75x75mm
  • 1-Year PixelPerfect™ guarantee
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Is this a good monitor for the price? I've mainly been looking for 27", >120 Hz and cheap as my benchmarks.

Haven't bought a monitor in years, should I be looking out for anything else?
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Is this a good monitor for the price? I've mainly been looking for 27", >120 Hz and cheap as my benchmarks.

Haven't bought a monitor in years, should I be looking out for anything else?
A lot of people will say the pixel density of a 27" 1080p monitor is too low. I personally don't think it's bad at all. Everything will look better on a 1440p screen at this size, though. These monitors are still fairly new from Monoprice, so there isn't a ton of information regarding quality and longevity.
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A lot of people will say the pixel density of a 27" 1080p monitor is too low. I personally don't think it's bad at all. Everything will look better on a 1440p screen at this size, though. These monitors are still fairly new from Monoprice, so there isn't a ton of information regarding quality and longevity.
I have a 1080p 27" monitor right now and I don't really mind, so that is not an issue.

Ah I didn't know this was a fairly new product, thanks for the info!
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Tempted v. the Sam's Club LG Ultrawide deal, but I don't think this provides the real estate I need to balance work and play. Going to stick with two of those. Seems like a good deal though if you're not in the market for an ultra wide 21:9.
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I have 27" at 1080p. I think the pixel density is a bit low for me. I am looking for a 1440p for 27 now. I personally will stick to 24" for 1080p.
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You sonava bitch I'm in,
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1080p at 27" is too big for gaming (would be kind of a waste of a good GPU), but I don't think it makes a huge difference for most regular tasks.
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Right on, was about to set on the acer 27" from Costco. Not gaming
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Anecdotally, this Monoprice monitor is using the same panel as the MSI G27C4, which is the Samsung LSM270HP09. Reviews for the MSI is here (https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re...tix-g27c4) and seems like a decent panel. Not the most accurate without calibration and have the slowest response rate out of gaming grade IPS or TN. At this price however, it really can't be beat, especially since the MSI retails for about $300.
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1080p at 27" is too big for gaming (would be kind of a waste of a good GPU), but I don't think it makes a huge difference for most regular tasks.
Depends.1080 is popular for FPS games where framerate is more important than resolution.
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no free shipping to hawaii ... $76
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Isn't this regular price?
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That's not a gaming monitor. It's only 75hz.
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