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ASUS TUF Gaming VG328H1B Monitor [31.5" Full HD 1920 x 1080 165Hz] for $229.99 AR & AC + FS

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Newegg has ASUS TUF Gaming VG328H1B 31.5" Full HD 1920 x 1080 165Hz (OC) 1ms (MPRT) HDMI VGA Extreme Low Motion Blur FreeSync Flicker-Free Built-in Speakers Backlit LED Curved Gaming Monitor plus $20 Mail-in Rebate on sale for $229.99 after code.

Code: 93XQY92

https://www.newegg.com/black-asus...24-281-058
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31.5" is too much for 1080p
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Quote from leon_hard3000 :
31.5" is too much for 1080p
I strongly believe even 24" is too big for 1080, this has to make every game look like Minecraft
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Low resolution, only 250 nits brightness. Could be good for a gamer in a basement with a budget gaming system that can't run high resolution.
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I just bought this I thought. Turns out it is a similar model, but slightly slower refresh rate:

https://www.newegg.com/black-asus...6824281027

It is 190 regular, which is cheaper than this. And at 1080p I doubt that extra 20 something Hz is gonna make a huge difference.
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Newegg: HMM... we can't seem to find promo code 93XQY92 on our end. Check again?

Code doesnt seem to work.
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Quote from mrtramplefoot :
I strongly believe even 24" is too big for 1080, this has to make every game look like Minecraft
Would it better to have a larger screen size at 1080 for just reading text? Just for doing school work stuff, not gaming/excel. TIA
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Quote from alm4rr :
Would it better to have a larger screen size at 1080 for just reading text? Just for doing school work stuff, not gaming/excel. TIA
That's probably the worst case scenario for a large screen low resolution monitor. Text would look terrible
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