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GIGABYTE G27F 27" 144Hz 1080P Gaming Monitor, 1920 x 1080 IPS Display, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 95% DCI-P3, FreeSync Premium, 1x DisplayPort 1.2, 2x HDMI 1.4 $209.99 AR Shipped

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  • 27" 1920 x 1080 IPS Display
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time
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  • Studio Grade 125% sRGB and 95% DCI-P3 Color Gamut
  • GIGABYTE Classic Tactical Features with OSD Sidekick
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  • Ergonomic Design with Tilt and Height Adjustments
  • Low Blue Light & Flicker-Free
  • VESA Wall Mount Compatible 100x100mm
  • 2x2W Speakers
  • 1x Display Port 1.2, 2x HDMI 1.4, 2x USB 3.0
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this had been the price between Oct 15 to 22 from Amazon and the cheapest price was $175 on Nov 19.
now it has been $229 for 2 months.
so still good price even though you need to put some effort for the rebate.
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I just have to say... if you've got any sort of current video card (RTX2XXX or AMD 56XX or greater) you owe it to yourself not to upgrade to a 1080P display, particularly at 27".
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I just have to say... if you've got any sort of current video card (RTX2XXX or AMD 56XX or greater) you owe it to yourself not to upgrade to a 1080P display, particularly at 27".
I had to re-read that but yes I think you mean go 1440P at least and totally agree especially at this price.
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Quote from rutgersftw :
I just have to say... if you've got any sort of current video card (RTX2XXX or AMD 56XX or greater) you owe it to yourself not to upgrade to a 1080P display, particularly at 27".
Agreed! I have a 3070 and opted for the M27Q, which is the 1440 version of this. No regrets.
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Ex2510 is best
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Really steep for a 1080p here imo. You can get AOC 24" 1080p 144hz for $150 and 1440p was $250 before, so the price here seems a bit high. 27" is a bit big for 1080p nowadays.
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My Alienware m15 has a 1060Ti and a 1080p screen at 144Hz. Will I be able to power a 1440p monitor at 144 Hz? Thanks!
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Is it worth getting a 240 Hz monitor if I have a 3070? I have a 144 Hz monitor 1ms response time. I was wondering if I needed to upgrade or will this do?
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Is it worth getting a 240 Hz monitor if I have a 3070? I have a 144 Hz monitor 1ms response time. I was wondering if I needed to upgrade or will this do?
Not at 1440p. 1080p, maybe. You may not notice a significant enough difference though to justify the cost of upgrading to a 240hz monitor
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Really steep for a 1080p here imo. You can get AOC 24" 1080p 144hz for $150 and 1440p was $250 before, so the price here seems a bit high. 27" is a bit big for 1080p nowadays.
Got an acer 25" 165hz for $160 at costco back in November. This is not a good deal.
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Not at 1440p. 1080p, maybe. You may not notice a significant enough difference though to justify the cost of upgrading to a 240hz monitor
I just bought a MSI Optic G271 off Costco like a month ago (27" 1920x1080 144Hz 1ms IPS) for like $170. I think for now I'll stick with it until a really good deal comes along for 240Hz. Thanks!
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Agreed! I have a 3070 and opted for the M27Q, which is the 1440 version of this. No regrets.
other than dead pixels and terrible bleed. glad you are happy with yours. i sent mine back Frown
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My Alienware m15 has a 1060Ti and a 1080p screen at 144Hz. Will I be able to power a 1440p monitor at 144 Hz? Thanks!
I've never heard of a 1060ti but most likely no. If you meant 1660ti it will still be no. I would recommend atleast a 2060 if u want low to medium settings and 2070 and above for a more desirable gaming experience
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What exactly is Freesync "Premium"?
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