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32" Samsung G5 Odyssey QHD 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor w/ 1000R Curved Screen EXPIRED

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Amazon has 32" Samsung G5 Odyssey QHD 144Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor w/ 1000R Curved Screen (LC32G55TQWNXZA) on sale for $289.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Resolution: 2560x1440 (QHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • Panel Type: VA
  • AMD FreeSync
    • Input
      • 1x HDMI 2.0
      • 1x DisplayPort

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I just picked up a couple of the 32" Dells that were on sale at Best Buy. The Dells are still a better deal IMO. Here's why:

Better brightness (400 vs 250)
Better contrast
Better response time (165 vs 144)
Better ports (1DP 2 HDMI vs 1DP 1 HDMI)
Better stand, MUCH better
Better curve (1800R vs 1000R, IMO 1000R is too curved for a 16:9)
I have a 32" monitor. My lack of skill I'm shooters I won't blame on the monitor. I played just as poorly with my 24 and 27
It's a VA

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Specs seem to check the boxes..seems like a good price. A little big for me though for shooters
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Better specs than the recent Dell
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Specs seem to check the boxes..seems like a good price. A little big for me though for shooters
I'm worried about the same. I'm on a 24" 1080p now, so this is a huge leap. Is 24-27 the sweet spot for shooters?
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I'm worried about the same. I'm on a 24" 1080p now, so this is a huge leap. Is 24-27 the sweet spot for shooters?
I think most pros are 24 or 27, yes.
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I'm worried about the same. I'm on a 24" 1080p now, so this is a huge leap. Is 24-27 the sweet spot for shooters?
24" FHD and 32" QHD monitors have the same pixel density. So if you're upgrading from 24" FHD, you will only get literally a bigger screen.
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I have a 32" monitor. My lack of skill I'm shooters I won't blame on the monitor. I played just as poorly with my 24 and 27
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Was trying to find what kind of panel this is. VA or IPS?
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I just picked up a couple of the 32" Dells that were on sale at Best Buy. The Dells are still a better deal IMO. Here's why:

Better brightness (400 vs 250)
Better contrast
Better response time (165 vs 144)
Better ports (1DP 2 HDMI vs 1DP 1 HDMI)
Better stand, MUCH better
Better curve (1800R vs 1000R, IMO 1000R is too curved for a 16:9)
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Was trying to find what kind of panel this is. VA or IPS?
It's a VA
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What would be the best 27" 1440p monitor strictly for Xbox series x under 500? Tryong to pick one out and its so confusing. Been thinking the ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQL1A but there are so many
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This is a fantastic price to be honest
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What would be the best 27" 1440p monitor strictly for Xbox series x under 500? Tryong to pick one out and its so confusing. Been thinking the ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQL1A but there are so many
I was thinking of getting this one but ended up with the Gigabyte M27Q that's currently $320 on NewEgg and has the same specs. I would check it out
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I was thinking of getting this one but ended up with the Gigabyte M27Q that's currently $320 on NewEgg and has the same specs. I would check it out
How would that one compare to the Dell that's on sale at Best Buy?
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