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Viewsonic XG2703-GS 27" QHD 165Hz IPS Gaming Monitor for £325.02 delivered @ eBuyer
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Viewsonic XG2703-GS 27" QHD 165Hz IPS Gaming Monitor for £325.02 delivered @ eBuyer

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Posted 18th Sep

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Good low price for this IPS monitor. Most places seem to price it £600+

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  • 2560 x 1440 QHD
  • HDMI & DisplayPort
  • 165 Hz / 4ms response time
  • Panel Type: IPS
  • G-SYNC

Wide Quad HD Resolution
At four times the resolution of a traditional 720p panel, and almost double that of a traditional 1080p display, WQHD results in a much sharper image, with no distortion or stretching, all while maintaining the same 16:9 aspect ratio. WQHD resolution also provides up to 77% more screen space for a more immersive experience.
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165Hz Refresh Rate
With a swift 165Hz* refresh rate, this monitor delivers greater visual fluidity and awesome graphics no matter how quickly the in-game action unfolds. Say goodbye to annoying tracers and motion blur, and up your A-game with the smoothest visuals possible.

*165Hz with DisplayPort 1.2a connection port.

Low Input Lag
When the action on the battlefield gets intense, you need a monitor that can process every command from the keyboard, mouse, or controller as soon as they occur. With a built-in process reducer, this monitor does just that - decreasing the delay between all inputs, and allowing you to react in real time against any competitor.

SuperClear IPS Panel Technology
Enjoy accurate and vivid colors with consistent levels of brightness no matter the vantage point. With SuperClear IPS panel technology, this monitor delivers the same image quality whether you are looking at the screen from above, below, the front, or the side.

NVIDIA G-Sync™ Technology
NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ technology seamlessly synchronizes the frame rate output between your graphics card and monitor. This eliminates screen tearing, and minimizes stutter and input lag for the most breathtaking gameplay experience.

NVIDIA Ultra Low Motion Blur Technology
Experience smooth movement and sharp edges in even the most action-packed gaming scenarios. NVIDIA Ultra Low Motion Blur (ULMB) decreases motion blur and minimizes ghosting when the on-screen action gets heated.

Adaptive Contrast Control
Even when a game's image contrast is low, this monitor can dynamically adjust the contrast for an optimal contrast level in any gaming situation, giving you the most detail in every scene

Dark Boost
Dark Boost adjusts the monitor's gamma curve to enrich the dark tones in a scene, revealing enemies lurking in the dark. Gain control and dominate the competition with enhanced visibility, even in the darkest scenes.

Fast Response Time
With a fast 4ms response time, this monitor delivers smooth images without streaking, blurring or ghosting.

Customizable Game Mode Settings
A Game Mode hotkey offers pre-calibrated settings that deliver the best blend of colour and technology for specific gaming scenarios. In addition, two customizable "GAMER" settings provide individual user preferences for specific games.

Versatile Connectivity
DisplayPort and HDMI inputs give you the freedom and flexibility to connect to your dedicated graphics card and gaming console.

Ergonomically Designed for Gamers
This monitor features a fully adjustable ergonomic stand capable of considerable swivel, pivot, tilt, and height adjustment. An integrated headphone hook keeps your headphones within arm's reach, while a cable managing stand design reduces clutter around your gaming space.

Enhanced Viewing Comfort
With Flicker-Free technology and a Blue Light Filter, this monitor helps to eliminate eyestrain that comes with extended viewing periods.

Dual Integrated Speakers
Designed with dual integrated speakers, this monitor combines incredible screen performance with stereo sound for an immersive multimedia experience.

Highly Accurate Colour Settings
6-Axis Colour Enhancement lets you individually adjust six primary colours: red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, and magenta. With a completely customizable colour profile, you'll enjoy vivid scenes in any of the worlds your gaming may take you.

Immersive gaming atmosphere
The monitor stand features a light indicator which changes shade automatically by detecting the colour distribution of the gaming scenery, creating an immersive environment for the gamers.

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A very good price, I paid a lot more a couple of years ago.
I have this, excellent monitor
Showing at £678 when you follow the link?
looks like the price went back to normal. Wish I had got this instead of pondering it too long
emodan18/09/2019 10:42

looks like the price went back to normal. Wish I had got this instead of …looks like the price went back to normal. Wish I had got this instead of pondering it too long


Same here
emodan18/09/2019 10:42

looks like the price went back to normal. Wish I had got this instead of …looks like the price went back to normal. Wish I had got this instead of pondering it too long


rosan1318/09/2019 11:30

Same here


Damn guys, what was there to ponder?

Your next stop might be Black Friday.
New model incoming...
Spent weeks researching monitors a while back, trust me, grab the EQ 27" 95HZ from ebuyer. You'll save £150 and it's picture is superb, it's better than a Dell S2179DG in colour, truly fantastic display.

As far as I can tell monitor prices are massively inflated because PC gaming is a niche, wealthy market. You can get cheaper, better panels if you shop around
zeb.mattey18/09/2019 20:47

Spent weeks researching monitors a while back, trust me, grab the EQ 27" …Spent weeks researching monitors a while back, trust me, grab the EQ 27" 95HZ from ebuyer. You'll save £150 and it's picture is superb, it's better than a Dell S2179DG in colour, truly fantastic display.As far as I can tell monitor prices are massively inflated because PC gaming is a niche, wealthy market. You can get cheaper, better panels if you shop around


But not G-sync and won't lie...once playing or just generally using Windows at 120hz+ it's hard to go back, every day at work on my 75hz monitor is disappointment.
jellytotz18/09/2019 22:12

But not G-sync and won't lie...once playing or just generally using …But not G-sync and won't lie...once playing or just generally using Windows at 120hz+ it's hard to go back, every day at work on my 75hz monitor is disappointment.


95hz to 144hz is really marginal man, and 99% of gamers on here don't have a gpu that will hit 95fps in demanding titles anyway. So, its pretty moot.
zeb.mattey18/09/2019 22:16

95hz to 144hz is really marginal man, and 99% of gamers on here don't have …95hz to 144hz is really marginal man, and 99% of gamers on here don't have a gpu that will hit 95fps in demanding titles anyway. So, its pretty moot.


Agreed regarding not a lot having the GPU/CPU power that can hit those high frames, so yes probably suitable. But G-sync isn't only just for frames, it's for the prevention of screen tearing. Which unless these monitors you mention have G-sync compatibility or their equivalent technology to be compatible with Nvidia cards, then I wouldn't class it as a moot point.

As I'm sure you're aware, there's a lot of things to consider when it comes to monitors and wouldn't class any point moot.
I have got the EQ monitor & it's great. It overclocks to 105 without issues. Very happy with it. It has got the freesync supported g snync as well. Unfortunately my 980ti doesn't support it though. :-(
zeb.mattey18/09/2019 22:16

95hz to 144hz is really marginal man, and 99% of gamers on here don't have …95hz to 144hz is really marginal man, and 99% of gamers on here don't have a gpu that will hit 95fps in demanding titles anyway. So, its pretty moot.


Gotta disagree. 120Hz to 144Hz was a big jump for me and anything below 144Hz now feels slow (currently using 165Hz).

Plus there are tons of amazing games from the past decade which will push 100s of FPS; I'm playing the remaster of Bioshock right now and easily getting that. I'd take higher refresh rate over resolution any day.
Anthony_Kimberley18/09/2019 22:56

I have got the EQ monitor & it's great. It overclocks to 105 without …I have got the EQ monitor & it's great. It overclocks to 105 without issues. Very happy with it. It has got the freesync supported g snync as well. Unfortunately my 980ti doesn't support it though. :-(


Got a guide to overclocking this one? Or did you do it via the Nvidia control panel?
ruffedgrouse18/09/2019 23:47

Gotta disagree. 120Hz to 144Hz was a big jump for me and anything below …Gotta disagree. 120Hz to 144Hz was a big jump for me and anything below 144Hz now feels slow (currently using 165Hz). Plus there are tons of amazing games from the past decade which will push 100s of FPS; I'm playing the remaster of Bioshock right now and easily getting that. I'd take higher refresh rate over resolution any day.


You'd take 140hz 1080p over 100hz 1440p? I think that puts you in the minority, to be honest.

My advice to people, go compare two monitors 100hz vs 140hz. Now compare 1440p to 1080p. See what you think.
jellytotz19/09/2019 00:05

Got a guide to overclocking this one? Or did you do it via the Nvidia …Got a guide to overclocking this one? Or did you do it via the Nvidia control panel?


I just used the Nvidia control panel.
has the price gone back up ?
zeb.mattey19/09/2019 01:31

You'd take 140hz 1080p over 100hz 1440p? I think that puts you in the …You'd take 140hz 1080p over 100hz 1440p? I think that puts you in the minority, to be honest.My advice to people, go compare two monitors 100hz vs 140hz. Now compare 1440p to 1080p. See what you think.


You have either not played on a 144hz monitor or do not play shooters. Once you consistently game above 140, it’s very difficult to go below. 100hz is simply just too laggy in comparison. The vast majority of people who play competitive/multiplayer titles will agree.
zeb.mattey19/09/2019 01:31

You'd take 140hz 1080p over 100hz 1440p? I think that puts you in the …You'd take 140hz 1080p over 100hz 1440p? I think that puts you in the minority, to be honest.My advice to people, go compare two monitors 100hz vs 140hz. Now compare 1440p to 1080p. See what you think.


Honestly I would not consider buying a monitor under 144Hz at all. I would consider buying a 1080p monitor, all else being equal, especially if I was using a mid-range graphics card and wanted something 24" or smaller. In the past I've intentionally downscaled demanding games' resolutions from 2K to 1080p for the increased performance anyway.
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