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GIGABYTE G27FC 27" 16:9 Curved 165 Hz Adaptive-Sync VA Gaming Monitor $199.99 AR

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  • Screen Area23.54 x 13.24" / 597.88 x 336.31 mm
  • Panel TypeVA LCD
  • Curvature1500R
  • TouchscreenNo
  • Resolution1920 x 1080
  • Aspect Ratio16:9
  • Pixels Per Inch (ppi)81 ppi
  • FinishMatte
  • Maximum Brightness250 cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio3000:1
  • Dynamic Contrast Ratio12,000,000:1
  • Refresh Rate165 Hz
  • Adaptive-Sync TechnologyG-Sync, FreeSync, Adaptive-Sync
  • Bit Depth / Color Support8-Bit (16.7 Million Colors)
  • HDR CompatibilityNone
  • Color Gamut90% DCI-P3
  • 120% sRGB
  • Response Time1 ms (MPRT)
  • Viewing AngleHorizontal: 178°
  • Vertical: 178°
  • Dot Pitch0.3114 x 0.3114 mm
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Looks decent. Any thoughts? I always read that 27" monitors really need to be 1440p. I'm looking to get one for my new PN50 4500U.
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Quote from scoobydude :
Looks decent. Any thoughts? I always read that 27" monitors really need to be 1440p. I'm looking to get one for my new PN50 4500U.
Costco has one cheaper. I got one and have no issues with the 1080.
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Quote from scoobydude :
Looks decent. Any thoughts? I always read that 27" monitors really need to be 1440p. I'm looking to get one for my new PN50 4500U.
I'll have to agree with that. 1080p on anything larger than 24-25" starts to look really pixelated.
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Well... it depends on the price. This is a gorgeous monitor, as I have the Aorus version. The colors/HDR are so bright that it burns my eyes.
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Questionable deal, since the Costco deal is an IPS panel versus this is a VA panel. Also Costco is 1ms gtg and this is 1ms mprt. And this is more expensive. Only benefit is this is 165hz and gsync compatible.
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So, when the resolution isnt listed in the title we can assume it is 1080 or less?
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Quote from DarthCY :
So, when the resolution isnt listed in the title we can assume it is 1080 or less?
Yes. If it's ultra-wide and resolution isn't listed, then it will be 2560x1080. If IPS isn't in the title it is VA or TN. If refresh rate isn't listed it's 60-75hz.
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