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BenQ GW2765HT 27" LED IPS 2560 x 1440 4ms £229.98 @ Amazon
BenQ GW2765HT 27" LED IPS 2560 x 1440 4ms £229.98 @ Amazon

BenQ GW2765HT 27" LED IPS 2560 x 1440 4ms £229.98 @ Amazon

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I've seen, seen really good reviews on this monitor and its IPS which will look amazing, this is a really good 27" monitor if your looking for the upgrade.

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Don't think this is actually a freesync monitor...

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Sanzai

Don't think this is actually a freesync monitor...


Im pretty sure it is, may not be listed in the amazon description, but on laptopsdirect and a few other retailers it is shown. I will double check just to verify from an official source.

yeah this is a good price for this monitor but its definitely not freesync.

Original Poster

Can verify that it doesn't have freesync... damn laptopsdirect's description got my hopes up for no reason, sorry about that all, will update the description, kinda ruined my day to be fair.

Ha, you found it just before me. I've bought it, been waiting ages to upgrade.

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blazey85

Ha, you found it just before me. I've bought it, been waiting ages to … Ha, you found it just before me. I've bought it, been waiting ages to upgrade.


That's great!, I'm assuming your upgrading from 1080p, the colors on this monitor and its quality looks AMAZING compared to 1080p, but I'm still fighting my urges to purchase it as £230 is still a good chunk of money. Also as I got my 23" IPS hp pavilion last year this time for £59.99 (lool), would love to see something at 1440p for £100 but now im just being plain cheeky .

Yeah, I bought my current PC on a tight budget. Finally got the permission to give it a proper upgrade when a friend gave me a good price on his 980 so I need the monitor to compliment it, this'll do the job nicely.

I have been on the lookout for a monitor upgrade to 1440p, but am keen to have freesync/G-sync. Otherwise this one is quite tempting.

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blazey85

Yeah, I bought my current PC on a tight budget. Finally got the … Yeah, I bought my current PC on a tight budget. Finally got the permission to give it a proper upgrade when a friend gave me a good price on his 980 so I need the monitor to compliment it, this'll do the job nicely.


Pretty much same position as me, was on the lookout for a cheapr 1060/480 but ended up with a Fury for £180, so that made me think that 1080p would be a waste of using such a good GPU.

Good deal, wish I hadn't have bitten at the HE version hot for me

Woofer

Good deal, wish I hadn't have bitten at the HE version hot for me



Only thing i could find that was different was the 23W difference in power consumption which isn't going to cost a lot per year anyway.

And anyway, is the E or T going to make a lot of difference to Angry Birds and Midget porn ?

hamzahuk

Pretty much same position as me, was on the lookout for a cheapr 1060/480 … Pretty much same position as me, was on the lookout for a cheapr 1060/480 but ended up with a Fury for £180, so that made me think that 1080p would be a waste of using such a good GPU.



Could have bought an MSI RX480 8gb Gaming X for £240 from Scan. 20% cashback from MSI and free Civ6 from AMD.

grove39

And anyway, is the E or T going to make a lot of difference to Angry … And anyway, is the E or T going to make a lot of difference to Angry Birds and Midget porn ?



Never really got into Angry Birds to be honest :-)

Woofer

Never really got into Angry Birds to be honest :-)



Thanks for that, laughed so much i nearly choked to death lol

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89quidyoucantgowrong

Could have bought an MSI RX480 8gb Gaming X for £240 from Scan. 20% … Could have bought an MSI RX480 8gb Gaming X for £240 from Scan. 20% cashback from MSI and free Civ6 from AMD.


Would have got the card for £192 after cashback then if sold Civ 6 would have gotten £30 for it, so £162 total which is still good, but for £20 more that fury is still at a advantage.

It's a 10 bit panel with 100 srgb and most of Adobe rgb must suited for photo editing

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sweetjudy21

It's a 10 bit panel with 100 srgb and most of Adobe rgb must suited for … It's a 10 bit panel with 100 srgb and most of Adobe rgb must suited for photo editing


Its decent for regular gamers aswell, I was thinking of using this monitor to develop images I take with my Sony RX100, but mainly wanted it to game with. The lack of freesync has stalled me from purchasing this, as £230 is still alot of money. I do hope to see a much more crispy display than my current monitor (23" IPS 1080p hp pavilion)

does this work with 3d vision ?

This one has free sync but it's a tn panel

B2783QSU-B1


novatech.co.uk/pro…wcB
Edited by: "sweetjudy21" 28th Nov 2016

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sweetjudy21

This one has free sync but it's a tn … This one has free sync but it's a tn panelB2783QSU-B1https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/monitors/amdfreesync/b2783qsu-b1.html?gclid=CjwKEAiAyO_BBRDOgM-K8MGWpmYSJACePQ9CWg7jyCNUL6BWbHIW-YQOLc6ESzr-yLoOLaDfX2k5mhoCLGLw_wcB#utm_source=google&utm_medium=base&utm_campaign=products


I posted that one a few days ago, its going for £240 on laptopsdirect, but its quality isnt as good as the Benq.

There's also this

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