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Asus RoG Zephyrus Gaming Laptop - GTX 1080 / i7 / 16GB RAM / G-Sync / 512GB NVMe £1999.98  / 1070 Version £1,799.99 @ Scan [+ Freebies]
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Bit of a beast! Will nail about everything that you throw at it. Has that all important RBG Keyboard... Oh yeah and a GTX 1080 8GB / i7/ 16GB RAM Combo, which is also important :… Read more

Good job this is bundled in "Bullguard Internet Security 2018 3 User/1 year" Or i was OUT!


This laptop is OP. What's the point of that hardware with that 1080p screen?


I know how max Q works. I also read up on the 1080 max Q before I posted. The 1080 max Q overall is faster than the 1070 non max Q. There are some times when the 1070 is a little faster but in general this is not the case.


That's not how MaxQ works. The card is clocked lower to make it draw less power, making it less powerful than a standard 1070, not more. They also usually have slightly different voltage and fan profiles to make them quieter. You can expect a MaxQ chip to be roughly 10% - 20% slower than a non MaxQ chip. But it can vary quite heavily depending upon the manufacturers implementation.


The 2060 is rumored to be just as powerful as the 1080 so I'd either wait a little for 1080 prices to drop even further or for laptops that use the 2060

17.3" ASUS ROG Strix SCAR Gaming Laptop - i7 / 16GB RAM / 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD  GTX 1060 6GB / G-Sync / 120Hz £1199.97 @ Box
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Nice looking machine with decent specs. Should run anything you throw at it. Also has a 17.3" Screen with G-Sync, 120Hz refresh rate and to go with that, there's a 6GB GTX 1060 in … Read more

Let me know im in a similar situation. Never sure which one to go for... but screen quality and performance is my requirements


I'm trying to find out as Ideally I'd like to run my current 2k monitor along with a future purchase of a 4k ideally. My needs suit IPS over VA or TN panels so this is likely not the best for me.


Thanks any suggestions ? The £900 ryzen computer from box posted the other day had me tempted but I think I would like the portability (last custom build I used AMD and was happy with it) Thought I'd ask as generally people who look at these are either looking or know something and may save others some time. Thanks to all for any help (y)


on the website it says for £79 you can get the mendit 3 year collect and return warrenty... would people normally purchasing an expensive laptop like this go for it?


Can it?

LG 32GK850G-B 32" 2560X1440 VA G-SYNC 165HZ GAMING WIDESCREEN MONITOR - £599.99 @ Overclockers
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
LG 32GK850G-B 32"(31.5” Diagonal) 2560X1440 VA G-SYNC 165HZ. Flat panel not curved. Been looking for a new 32" g-sync monitor and it was either a VA panel or IPS, in the end decide… Read more

Unless there have been sudden advances in technology, I have always thought: Colour: IPS > VA > TN Viewing Angles: IPS > VA > TN Contrast: VA > IPS > TN Response time: TN > VA > IPS IPS glow is also a thing, and sucks on larger sized screens. My preference is VA due to how much I value contrast to make things pop.


Don't have an issue with VA panels but ideally anything above 27 inches when it comes to monitors should be 3840/4096 x 2160.


But is the faster response time (not refresh rate) not better for FP gaming?.


They are fastest and I use a 120hz 27" iiyama. What I mean is that it would be nice to have a higher response monitor with better colours.


Nice deal great refresh rate

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Dell Alienware AW2518H 25" 240Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor £309 @ amazon.co.uk
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Alienware AW2518H 24.5 Inch TN Gaming Monitor (Black Grey) (1 ms Response Time, Full HD 1920 x 1080 at 240 Hz, NVidia G-Sync, DP/HDMI, USB, Alienware FX Lighting). Lowest… Read more

Expired. Back to full price £449.


I thought he was lying, you saved me the time. Fanks.


I am getting a computer with 1070 graphics card, would the alienware be ok or am i better getting the 1440p 144hz G-sync monitor?


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ASUS ROG Swift PG278QR 27" Gaming Monitor - 2560x1440 / G-Sync 165Hz  / 1ms - £529.99 @ Box 3 Years Manufacturers Warranty
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Would love one of these, specs seem awesome and the price is the best around just now. Everyone is going to be after different things in a monitor and for me this is a nice place t… Read more

or get this for 400 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-27-2560x1440-144hz-curved-monitor-30999-amazon-3003783 mod: ahh, its VA not IPS. still a decentish deal.


Just go U L T R A W I D E You know it makes sense.


G sync is honestly not worth it, I'd rather have IPS than it as its barely even noticeable. If you absolutely need g sync get the XB271HU which has the exact same specs but IPS instead for around £500 or around £400 on sale.


1 year ago i got a 144hz fs 1440p VA 32" AOC for 500..i bet you could find the same for around £400 now....the gsync tax is steep man :(


Not bad but a TN panel for over £500 is quite insane. The ideal 27” 1440p monitors for around this price region are the ASUS PG279Q and the Samsung C27HG70. Panel lottery though.

OMEN X by HP 35" UWQHD G-SYNC 100Hz Curved Gaming Monitor £749.99 Delivered at Box.co.uk
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
An absolute beast of a monitor this. Ultra-wide, curved, with NVIDIA G-Sync, 4ms response time, 3440x1440 resolution, and a 100hz Refresh Rate. Had a look around this seems to be … Read more

Nowhere near.


I'd be using it for gaming and on the odd occasion a tiny bit of design work but not much these days. I loved my 4k monitor before but some things were just too small back then. I got a 4k monitor a long time ago. Things are a lot more supported these days but still not perfect. I also am obsessed with screen estate and space. I play MMORPG's a lot and RPGS so details, details details! I like to have a lot on my screen at once and my UI can get crazy sometimes so the better resolution and wider the better. Honestly, as much as I love the thought of an UW though I think just going 4k would be better even if I have to reduce a few things like shadows and AA. Hoping one day a GPU comes out that can really run 4k and I'd be happy with 60fps as I've never known anything more


It does


A 35" 3440x1440 resolution monitor has the same DPI as a 2560x1440 27" one. *edit* just run the numbers through sven's DPI calculator and apparently I'm wrong but not by much, 106 DPI for 35" vs 108 for 27". 4K gets a similar DPI on a 40" monitor.


porn would look great on this

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ViewSonic XG2703-GS 27-inch 1440p IPS 165Hz G-Sync £538.98 @ Amazon
Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
£100 cheaper than the usual price and sold direct from Amazon. This users the same panel as the equivalent 27inch 1440p 165hz Acer Predator, ASUS ROG, and AOC monitors so quality … Read more
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Still overpriced, go buy the XB271HU when it's on sale


I got a pg348q for 450 off eBay in the end. It is an excellent screen.


For me anything sub 60 feels laggy as hell, it's why I physically cannot play consoles. As long as your machine is pulling the power for the FPS in, every single extra hz should be noticeable to the human eye. Playing competitive games at 144hz is literally the only way to play for a smooth and enjoyable experience where you aren't hindered by clunky laggy frames.


I wouldn't call it a craze it's still very niche. There is a reason console usually still target 30fps, it's good enough for a lot of people even though the difference is noticeable for many just using a controller. The difference between 60hz and 120 is definitely noticeable for many people even just moving your mouse cursor around a desktop. Personally I wouldn't go sub 120 for any game where I use a mouse, I'm not sure I could blind pick the difference between 120 and 144hz though. ? Overwatch has had raw input for a good while now the sample rate shouldn't be affected by frame rate at all. Frame rate will always have an effect on input delay.


This monitor would be significantly better than the Dell (TN vs. IPS) in terms of colour accuracy, viewing angles, etc., although that's assuming you don't get one riddled with issues.

Acer Z35 Predator 35" Curved 2560x1080 G-Sync Monitor £599.98 @ Scan
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
I'd prefer a 1440p screen myself, but this £150 cheaper than I've seen it anywhere else.
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Really, why?


I thought scan was banned here :/


I would choose the LG 34 inch 1080p IPS panels over this honestly. They're not the best IPS panels, but they're better than the black crush that notoriously comes with this particular VA panel. The LG 34UC79G is often under £400 too, and while only Freesync, at 1080p they're easier to push with lower end cards anyway. The 34UC89G is the gsync panel which is typically around this price, and the decidedly better vote IMO.


nice one!

LENOVO Y27g Full HD 27" Curved LED Gaming Monitor G sync Full HD VA Panel £259.97 Currys
Refreshed 14th AugRefreshed 14th Aug
*Updated 14th August: Dropped by a further £10* Thought this was a good deal with g sync included, one of the cheapest if not the cheapest g sync monitor with these specs I can se… Read more
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Curved TV's dont make a ton of sense, but a curved monitor that you sit nice and close to is actually quite nice. I went from a curved monitor back to a flat one and it felt like the flat display was bent back at the sides, looked really funky. I adjusted eventually, but it did demonstrate the more natural viewing angle of a slight curve.


Yea, makes sense. Didn't like the curved ultrawides my university had either come to think of it. Maybe curved ain't for me :P


Curved Tvs don't do it for me either, I find when sitting far away it actually shortens the viewing angles so bad for tvs, but when using a curved monitor it wraps around your viewing angles making it more immersive imo anyway


Good price. If I didn't have the g2460pg for 170 back then. Looking for 1440p now. Nice find, heat!


How do people find the fact it's curved? I was thoroughly unimpressed with a curved TV I've used before, but the price considering it has gsync is quite compelling

HP Omen Z4D33AA 27" QHD G-Sync 165Hz Gaming Monitor £499.97 @ Laptops direct
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Currently, the cheapest I have seen it. Feature G-Sync and 165hz refresh rate! :o
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You can get the Acer IPS for 440, or the TN panel version for ridiculously cheap at 330. The Omen looks nice, but I wouldnt say HP were incredibly better quality than Acer.


Better off going for the Acer Amazon deals atm in my opinion

Acer 27 inch Predator Wide ZeroFrame WQHD LED Gaming Monitor - Black/Red(TN Film Technology)  £329.99 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Main specs: TN panel, Gsync, 2K and 165Hz Seems like a good price for this model. You can get the IPS one for about £100 more but personally I don't think it's worth it especially… Read more

You can do your own colour correction along with downloading a specialised colour profile specifically for the model and tweak from there. That's what i did and it made it look much much better. It is a TN panel though so blacks are pretty shit


I own this monitor. It's very rarely cheaper than £450. This deal is fookin scorchio folks


I bit! Cheers this looks to be just what I've been looking for. Had to sign up for prime again though but think it was worth it for this price.


THIS IS HAWWWWWWWT. Should be several hundred degrees of hotness


Ummed and ahhed for ages over this or the IPS version and have gone for this thanks to amount of people having issues with bad IPS glow and BLB on the IPS model. Knowing my luck I'll get a crap TN panel now :/ I've used 60hz IPS monitors for the past 10 years, hopefully going back to TN won't be a mistake...

Acer Predator XB271HU WQHD IPS G-Sync monitor £439.99 Prime day deal - Amazon
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Great Prime deal Cheapest this has been in a while if you're looking for a G-Sync monitor!

@alexwise yeah I got it on Thursdays it's mint condition


Hi, have you received your monitor? How was the condition?


Got mine today, think i won the panel lottery. Zero dead pixels, no dust under the screen and backlight bleed only a tiny bit visible on the lower right.


I have the TN version of this and love it. IPS should only be better!


The xb271hu's are known to have a white balance with a tad too much green resulting in a yellowish cast. If yours is slightly yellow, easy fix, open the monitors menu, click on Color, Color Temp - User, Click on "User" which will open up the white balance settings and drop the green value a little. I used a colorimeter on mine and ended up with R100-G95-B100. Without a colorimeter I would grab a piece of white paper and use that for reference.


I had similar strobing issues with my Freesync screen, but the last major display driver update seems to have fixed 90% of the issues; I am just getting an occasional flicker on black cut-screens. What size and rez screen are you looking for? It is sods law that I deleted the VA panel review website I was using a few days ago; I own one of the 28" curved Acer gaming VA's, and I am very happy with it; the colours are good enough in LOTRO that I dont miss my IPS screen, and the 144Hz is fast enough that I suffer in fast paced games like Project Cars; it is only 1080p though.




Samsung C27HG70. Probably the best 27” 1440p 144hz VA panel on the market.


The issue with strobing was on everything. It drove me mad. Do you have a recommendation for a VA screen?


The strobing will be the GSync having issues, a number of games/applications suffered, especially early driver versions - of both Freesync and Gsync. For similar money you can get a VA panel, much better picture quality than a TN, and without losing much is screen speed.

Acer Predator 29.5" 144Hz (200Hz OC'd) 4ms Curved G-Sync Monitor Z301C VA Panel - £504.48 Delivered @ Scan
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Okay let me just get this in first- yes its 30" and only 1080p. But its still a good deal for a curved ultra wide with G-sync, and this refresh rate! And VA Panel which I beleive i… Read more

I know I'm so gutted. You understand as someone who clearly lives for Hot Uk Deals. HAHA!


Almost messed myself I thought it iwas 1440p


Its COLD not HOT


Its VA not TN!


It'd be ok except they've cut that chunk off the corner , spoils it a bit imo.

Dell S2417DG 1440p 165hz GSYNC TN Gaming Monitor - £355.99 @ Amazon
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
This is the cheapest price it has ever been. Very good deal if you are after a very responsive and semi future proof gaming monitor. Be aware it is TN, although it has very good co… Read more
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Oooohh, thats good to know, thanks for the correction.


Heat for price but for me personally 24" 1440p is too small and this is a lot of money for a 24" monitor. If I had the cash and wasn't looking for the Gsynch which is where the premium price comes in I would grab a 27" 1440p 144hz monitor.


Other way round, 29' ultrawide is the same height as a 24' 16:9 monitor, so has a higher pixel density than 27' 16:9.


Not without looking for the range to be much more inclusive on the lower end of the low end. You also have to make sure your monitor supports HDMI FreeSync.


I'm not sure, I'd want to see one personally first, but I suspect it may be. If you think about the 1080p 29" ultrawide people often say thats the biggest ultrawide they'd want with that res, and 27" 1080P will have a higher pixel density than that.

Alienware AW3418HW 34" 2560 x 1080 Gaming Monitor 160Hz G-Sync - £599.99 @ Dell
Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Cheaper than Amazon UK as of post.
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I would got with 27" 16:9 1440p anyday of the week. Seems a bit pricey for 1080p screens while 1440p can be had at the similar price.


Great monitor, using it now, yes it's worth the money. I got 10% off last month when I said I was going to return it, so worth a try. Ended up paying £530 from Dell. Pros: premium IPS panel, no backlight bleed, flawless gsync, 160hz with no dropped frames, tiny bezel, low motion blur, no coil whine or buzzing Cons: no speakers, not very curved (3800R), 1080p (which for me is a Pro, as it's my preferred resolution) If you ain't going 1440p with a 1080GTX, then this is the best gaming monitor you can buy.


It's 2560x1080 on a 21:9 34" so it's the same 81dpi as the popular 27" FHD monitors, ideal for circa 1m viewing distance. If you prefer your monitor in your face it's not for you, but it's perfectly reasonable. It's 2.8 Megapixels which is relatively low in terms of demand. For comparison FHD is 2.1MP and QHD (2560x1440) is 3.7MP. A super powerful card like a GTX980 will have no problem with it.


Does anyone know if a GTX 980 would run this well on max settings?


1080p on 34" are you sure the name is Alienware not OneBigFuglyPixelware?

Acer Predator XB271HU 27 inch Wide screen Monitor WQHD, ZeroFrame, G-Sync, 165Hz(OC), IPS £485 Amazon
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
I am aware that this monitor has been as low as £450 delivered a few weeks ago but this is still a decent price.
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Lol miles worse due to the curve I have a PG348Q and love it but you shouldn’t get the bleed you do for a £900 Monitor !


It's worse?


Move over to a IPS Ultrawide then you can moan about backlight bleed lol.


I had this Monitor and was the dogs nuts lol, but got the urge for ultrawide so sold it to a mate for £550 last year and got a PG348Q, But in all honestly this one is still better than my new one lol. Ooo and to add Acer has a top notch RMA Service. I had a Thunderfly get stuck in the screen and they covered it so got a new panel put in !


Have some heat..paid 528...earlier in the month and gotta admit the back light bleed is a pain.. but this HotUKDeals and not a review....this is hot hot hot

Alienware AW3418HW 34" 2560 x 1080 Gaming Monitor 160Hz G-Sync - £599.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Lowest price ever Also £599.98 direct from Dell https://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/alienware-34-gaming-monitor-aw3418hw/apd/210-AMNO/monitors-monitor-accessories
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Probably because you need some serious hardware to run a 3440x1440 or you have to run games in medium to low detail. The 1080 ultra wide is a whole lot easier to hit higher FPS on most standard HW. I have 100hz 1440 and my 1080ti is at 90 to 100% load in games like battlefront 2, Fortnite and Destiny 2 when the settings are on ultra. Hunt showdown is around 70 FPS on high and AC Origins can't hit 100 on high either.


And a GTX1080 isn't doing 120 let alone 160 FPS at 3440x1440 with high or ultra settings. Trust me I upgraded from a 1080 to the TI last year and it still struggles to hit 100fps in some more demanding games. That's with a 7700k clocked at 5ghz and 3600 ddr4 ram.


Same price at Dell UK website. If you are a student, then you can benefit from 15% student discount. So basically £509 after discount.


It is a shame it is 2560x1080 rather than a 1440p. I can't see 1080p looking too good over such a larger screen, even if it means not as much GPU power required.


Depends on your GPU and the game. I have an R390 Nitro 8GB and it can run Shadows of Mordor at 3400 by 1400 on ultra settings at around 55-75 fps so the Freesync works a treat and the games run without tearing or stuttering. You will have to drop the settings on more demanding games but Gsync monitors usually start at 30Hz unlike some of their Freesync counterparts. Also for work the increase in resolution allows for 4 pages side by side with the text crisp and easy to read and ultrawide videos look gorgeous. People are obsessed with high frame rates but it isn't as important with single player and non FPS titles. I'd rather play a title like Skyrim running project ENB and drop the visuals in favour of a higher resolution with a 34 inch panel at this price. Text will be far from crisp on a screen this size at 2560 by 1080. Unfortunately Nvidia owners have to pay a premium monitor manufacturers are being charged to implement their hardware which really isn't fair. Just my thoughts.

HP OMEN 17.3" -  i7-7700HQ Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen- GTX 1060 6GB- NVidia G-Sync £1099.97 at Box.co.uk
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
HP OMEN 17-an002na : - Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor - 17.3" Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen - Thunderbolt - GTX 1060 6GB Graphics - NVidia G-Sync & VR Ready

they have some sort of delays and we can't say that they gonna sell it this year. especially that we know nothing about new cards. usually they are trying to build some hype before they sell them. Nvidia didn't even announced next gen. GPUs


It's called a figure of speech. 10-series has been out for 2 years now. What's your prediction then?


not quite "round the corner".


yea just replying to your JL mention


I also agree but not too long I expect. The GPU will 'last longer' in the sense that new CPUs seem to be the driving force in good clearance deals on older hardware so I reckon a few months. Some 1060 laptops are cropping up around £800 already. Also I'm not sure if HP's Omen brand is as respected as they would have everyone believe. Like you say, it's all relative/subjective.

34" 120Hz G-SYNC 3440x1440 IPS - Acer Predator X34P UW-QHD Monitor 21:9 £599.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
This is probably the cheapest I have seen for this panel. Great price if you are looking for one. 34 Curved 21:9 UltraWide QHD (3440x1440) NVIDIA G-SYNC keeps gameplay smooth… Read more

Only thing putting me off buying one other than the price of course is their new offerings but god knows when they'll be out... Pretty sure nvidia has stated recently not to expect them any time soon...


Got mine paired with a Ti and it's a fantastic combo 8)


I got mine last week, absolutely love it. Just make sure you have a GPU strong enough to drive it in today's games ! I have a 1070 and it's got me thinking about upgrading to a 1080ti lol


You've just got yourself one hell of a bargain there.


Mine has just been dispatched :)

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