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ASUS TUF Gaming VG328H1B 32" Curved Gaming Monitor [1920 x 1080, VA Panel, 165Hz (OC) 1ms (MPRT), Built-in Speakers] for $219.99 + Free Shipping

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Newegg is offering the ASUS TUF Gaming VG328H1B 32" Curved Gaming Monitor [newegg.com] on sale for $219.99 after Promo Code 63SMACL427

Model |
  • Brand | ASUS
  • Series | TUF Gaming
  • Model | VG328H1B
  • Part Number | 90LM0681-B011B0
  • Cabinet Color | Black
  • Bezel Design | 3 Sided Frameless
Display |
  • Screen Size | 32" (31.5" viewable)
  • Widescreen | Yes
  • Glare Screen | Non-glare
  • Panel | VA
  • Display Type | Full HD
  • Adaptive Sync Technology | FreeSync Technology Supported
  • Recommended Resolution | 1920 x 1080
  • Viewing Angle | 178° (H) / 178° (V)
  • Aspect Ratio | 16:9
  • Brightness | 250 cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio | 3000:1
  • Response Time | 1 ms MPRT*
  • Display Colors | 16.7 Million
  • Pixel Pitch | 0.363mm
  • Refresh Rate | 165Hz (overclocking)*
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Quote from mepo12 :
This a good deal?
32 inches at 1920 x 1080

no way jose, other than that specs are good, but more than willing to bit this is on sale because not many people are going to buy a 32 inch monitor thats 1080p
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32 inches at 1920 x 1080

no way jose, other than that specs are good, but more than willing to bit this is on sale because not many people are going to buy a 32 inch monitor thats 1080p
You're buying for the 165Hz. 1440p would be nice, but it's a $220 monitor. Don't demand the best and expect to pay pennies.
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You're buying for the 165Hz. 1440p would be nice, but it's a $220 monitor. Don't demand the best and expect to pay pennies.
Totally... If you want big and fast refresh rate for cheap, this is your baby.
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I just installed tried out 32" 1080p and you can gently see the pixels with certain colors. While it's not a major deal, I think at this price you can pay a little more for a 1440. Which is what I ended up doing. I also think curved or flat isn't a major difference.
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1080p gaming is OK but not great if you want better resolution
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
You're buying for the 165Hz. 1440p would be nice, but it's a $220 monitor. Don't demand the best and expect to pay pennies.
It does not mean I need to buy a 1080p 32 in monitor. The pixel is too terrible at this size. Go for 27 in and smaller @ 1080P.
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I bought the 27 inch version of this monitor and still use it daily. With the graphics card market, lets not act like every single person is gaming at 4k 165+fps. My biggest complaint, and this was totally my fault, but I did not look at the inputs for the monitor. I was under the stupid (yet valid) assumption that a high refresh rate monitor would have a decent set of inputs. I was wrong. The 27 inch version only has 1 HDMI and 1 VGA. I thought to myself "Hell, a monitor with that high of a refresh rate probably has a display port and an HDMi port at least" nope. Again, totally my fault for not reading entirely into the product, but at the same time I dont think its a crazy expectation for a "gaming" monitor to have at least 2 HDMI inputs, 1 for a computer and maybe 1 for a gaming console.
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