Benq GW2765HE 27" 1440p IPS Monitor - £206.71 @ More Computers
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Benq GW2765HE 27" 1440p IPS Monitor - £206.71 @ More Computers

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Found 12th Dec 2017Edited by:"r.simsini"
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Nice find, good price for 27" 1440p.
I just ordered 2 of the dell 25" ultrasharps.... Damn you hukd!
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ahleung1 m ago

I just ordered 2 of the dell 25" ultrasharps.... Damn you hukd!



The Dell 25" is a better monitor overall, so it depends if you want the extra 2".
Ooo. IPS as well - worth mentioning in the title, OP. I'm sorely tempted...
its a 10bit monitor but the delta e values are a bit poor ... (according to trusted reviews)
What's the difference between GW2765HE and GW2765HT?
probably the eyecare bit
bnwubnfguisr47 m ago

What's the difference between GW2765HE and GW2765HT?


I believe the differences are to do with different stands and abilities to pivot etc.

Hopefully someone who knows for sure will see this and reply
Would this be any good for FPS gaming?
Omercron1 h, 4 m ago

Would this be any good for FPS gaming?


displayspecifications.com/en/…d6b

~4ms response should be fine for FPS, it's a rally fast time for an ips panel at this price , if you're really into FPS though I'd stick with a TN panel with 1ms response

Purely personal preference but I'd go for this ~3ms difference won't really be very noticeable imo.
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Seanspeed8 m ago

You're getting a lot more than 2" with this. This will actually be …You're getting a lot more than 2" with this. This will actually be *wider* than the 25" ultrawide, plus about 50% more screen area. I dont think a lot of people quite understand how small a 25" ultrawide is. Using horizontal measurements for different aspect ratios can create quite misleading conceptions about actual size. Here is the exact difference: https://imgur.com/a/H48RQ



The Dell is 16:9, it isn't an ultrawide.
Edited by: "r.simsini" 12th Dec 2017
Omercron3 h, 3 m ago

Would this be any good for FPS gaming?


Sure. You really have to be like a 1000 hour CSGO type player for the small differences in response time to matter much. Any normal FPS gamer is not going to be hobbled by a wee bit of extra blurring during motion.
r.simsini2 m ago

The Dell is 16:9, it isn't an ultrawide.


Hoo boy, yea, you're right, when I saw 'Ultraxxxx' I immediately jumped to 'ultrawide' in my mind for some reason. I should know better too, cuz I've had Dell U2412M Ultrasharp in the past!

My bad! lol
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Seanspeed3 m ago

Hoo boy, yea, you're right, when I saw 'Ultraxxxx' I immediately jumped to …Hoo boy, yea, you're right, when I saw 'Ultraxxxx' I immediately jumped to 'ultrawide' in my mind for some reason. I should know better too, cuz I've had Dell U2412M Ultrasharp in the past! My bad! lol



I currently have a 29" ultrawide LG and have got the Dell 25" as a replacement. I don't have the biggest desk to use it on and it took up too much space. It is great for FPS and driving games, but terrible for internet browsing with the amount of unused space.
r.simsini3 m ago

I currently have a 29" ultrawide LG and have got the Dell 25" as a …I currently have a 29" ultrawide LG and have got the Dell 25" as a replacement. I don't have the biggest desk to use it on and it took up too much space. It is great for FPS and driving games, but terrible for internet browsing with the amount of unused space.


I've written off getting an ultrawide myself because of limited desk space. I couldn't go with anything less than 34"(need some height!), and that would nearly stretch across my whole space! So yea, I feel ya. A shame, cuz they do seem pretty awesome otherwise.
CaiGuy2 h, 34 m ago

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/052d6b~4ms response should …https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/052d6b~4ms response should be fine for FPS, it's a rally fast time for an ips panel at this price , if you're really into FPS though I'd stick with a TN panel with 1ms response Purely personal preference but I'd go for this ~3ms difference won't really be very noticeable imo.


Response time is the time the pixels take to transition from gray to gray. While this is important as it helps to reduce blur, what you really need to know but is unfortunately normally hard to find out is what the input lag is. Some screens with advertised low response time have a horribly high input lag. Try to always find both where you can if you are interested in using it for gaming.
Great price.
You can VESA mount, there is a God!
RTfunk2 h, 2 m ago

Response time is the time the pixels take to transition from gray to gray. …Response time is the time the pixels take to transition from gray to gray. While this is important as it helps to reduce blur, what you really need to know but is unfortunately normally hard to find out is what the input lag is. Some screens with advertised low response time have a horribly high input lag. Try to always find both where you can if you are interested in using it for gaming.


Yeah that makes sense, suppose a good YouTube search might find a decent review of it for people concerned?
bnwubnfguisr8 h, 16 m ago

What's the difference between GW2765HE and GW2765HT?


Ordered. Called the company and they say its the same model really. I chose to believe that myself. They confirm a two year warranty as well which I also chose to believe.
@Gormond in case you were still looking for one for cheap
CaiGuy51 m ago

@Gormond in case you were still looking for one for cheap


Good price, I have ordered the £200 32 inch AOC monitor, I'm skeptical but reviews have been good.

Of that fails I might grab this 😁
I’m guessing since this is hdmi 1.4 it won’t work with PS4 pro???
Also available from eBuyer for around 4 quid more:

ebuyer.com/753…tbe
Ordered mine yesterday and its already arrived and set up (I didn't even pay for next day delivery!!)

looks really good compared to my 1080p monitor next to it and can confirm is fully adjustable stand too.

great price for a 27" 2k monitor with lots of added features too imo.
Just ordered thanks OP!
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