Telegram app. Much more simpler than YouTube, twitter, discord and YouTube. When you install telegram don't let it scan your contacts as you will get false alert everytime another one of your friends join telegram. Pm me for link
Is that an FB Group for FE? Dont use FB but might have to sign up for that
£299 (still a good price) but OOS
Curses, I popped this into my bag this morning but didn't click buy as wanted to check a few more reviews. It's gone OOS again now and it got removed from my basked :(
Great thanks for confirming. I haven't recently checked monitors so was wondering if tech had moved on from my monitor, but I guess not :(
If I remember correctly pretty much all "1ms" monitors are just gimmicks. It's not very reliable as it ends up giving blurry image/ghosting.
Does anyone know if this is actually 1ms gtg or is it another marketing gimmick (like my LG ultragear 850) which you have to select a faster mode and as a result is completely unusable as it introduces insane overshoot
Thank you for that! Will try to find some good reviews for both but they're hard to come by it looks like. G-sync would be an added bonus, only because I like to keep things uniformed and my Legion 5P has an RTX 2060 in it (:I
TN panels have poorer viewing angles but generally offer higher response times. They're much better now than they used to be though. The weakest for colour accuracy (If using for creative work, such as images and video, they're not really that ideal. Fine in general for those just doing it for fun) IPS offers better viewing angles and usually slower response times - Colour accuracy is great on IPS, although the blacks aren't usually great (Can vary by panel, like most things) VA is kind of like the happy medium, offering good viewing angles, decent response times and good colour accuracy. Ghosting can be more apparent on them though. (Again, it would be down to the panel) The blacks on them are great though (Better than my last couple of IPS models) I'd recommend figuring out which you want and checking reviews, especially regarding ghosting. I use a 31.5" 144Hz curved AOC model and on mine... It's not been an issue. In my opinion the MSI would probably serve you well, unless G-sync was something you were desperate for.
Cheers for the reply, was just looking at those technical differences between the TN and IPS panels. It would mainly be for gaming and to use with my Legion 5P laptop, so a Lenovo monitor would go really well (:I
Would be higher brightness on this, as well as Gsync compatibility, although it is TN vs the MSI IPS model. I guess it depends what you're going for. Good shout though :)
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Morning. Have you tried playing any 120fps games on it via your PS5?
What are you recommending at this price that is better?
around GBP 450, will be 420nits normal, 480nits HDR.
450 nits? Nice. Sounds more like it. 180hz is a welcomed improvement. Unusual number though. Ah overclocked. Still crappy nano ips.. but yeah.. obviously that new one will be much better than this hunk-a-junk.
That will be why then , turned it off day one when I got the monitor anyway , don't know what Freesync does and guess I'm not missing much the the 1440p 120hz at this scale is ace
but i ordered the day before. anyway i`m not gonna argue was just stating the law you can still report to trading standards if taken before i know currys take your money wether they got stock or not they just want your info to sell on i think.
Actually that says they do as it takes over 24 hours for your bank to update Amazon are definitely taking the money before dispatch
was checking my bank yesterday so decided to have a look when payment was took by amazon and all where the same date as when i took delivery ,so dont say they do.
if you’re trying to play 1440p @ 120hz i don’t think this monitor supports anything above 100hz with free sync turned on over hdmi
Yes that is correct. I have the same monitor and a ps5. Looks great in my opinion.
Those <32" montiors supposedly priced in the $3000-5000 (yikes) region, so the OLED TVs are still going to end up significanly better value for money if space/size is more a user preference instead of a binary yes/no issue.
https://displaylag.com/ https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/ https://hexus.net/ https://www.tomshardware.com/uk so have a look just type in model and see what comes up (regarding monitor reviews.)hope this helps.
It accepts a 4k signal and downscales it to 2k. Picture is amazing. Colours are amazing. It's a great monitor for ps5. Only drawback is that it is limited to 60hz when accepting a 4k image. It's accepts 1080p but its not as clear compared to the other option. I haven't tried this as much to be fair.
yeah, they are helpful, but as i say, i would rather they had terrible service, but could fix it. I have spoken to samsung and they want to send again, but i have said no and escalated it. If it was a 27" it wouldnt bother me, but these things are easy to move about and the packaging is huge of course! Fingers crossed, but i think it will be going back to compadvance.
Sounds like they trying to repair it themselves but don't have the skills sadly. I have been using mine daily now, on very rare occasion I experience the weird screen tear/skip, but its not bothering me too much as its very rare so I decided to keep mine. Now with your feedback I wont bother sending it in for investigation now
Just a little bit of info for people. It took over a week for repair tech to confirm receipt of the device with no updates. Their support team is helpful and quick to respond though. Once received i was kept informed about the process frequently and at each stage. They replaced a "T-CON Board" and shipped it back today. Unfortunately the issue is still present and very obvious. The device has a couple of marks on the back of it now and a piece of tissue paper stuck between the screen and plastic surround. ultimately the only thing that matters is that the fault is fixed and it isnt, so sadly not good!
I dont know the answers yet, but will let you know.
How long will the repair be and did they confirm its a known issue that's fixable?
I got a Odyssey G7 from same seller, open box but new. I was really worried but everything is as brand new. Not one problem yet. I've updated the monitor firmware myself. No dead or stuck pixels that I can see. It looks like someone just changed their mind with it. All serial numbers and everything all matching on display and all looks ok. Now I just need a bloody decent graphics card rather than my really old one. It sometimes has trouble resuming automatically from standby even after I done all the suggested fixes. But it seems to have sorted itself now since overclocking my graphics card a bit... Weird eh. My graphics card can't do 240hz :( lol It's much, much, much better than the 32 inch msi optix I tried. That was a laggy piece of rubbish. There is no black smear at all with my G7. And it's a much sharper display, even at the same size and resolution. However my old Dell ultrasharp IPS 24" still isn't far off. Just a bit small with not quite as good blacks.
Just received mine today, plugged in and no obvious backlight bleed, will test further later tonight. Anyone else has got theirs?
Price has now increased to £859.99
I think the only reason for that may be because youve already used the code? Unless something has changed in the last couple of hours...
It also says (on checkout) that PICKSAVE20 can't be applied to the order....anyone else see the same?
Yeah frame times is what matters. Time between frames equals 1 divided by frame rate Going from 60 to 90 is 33 pc less frame times Going from 120 to 144 is 17 pc fewer frame times Diminishing returns on diminishing returns.
120Hz and 144Hz would be difficult to distinguish I think. 60 to 90 is good. 100-120 limited returns. 144Hz just appears to be the standard at the moment. This monitor is an extortionate ripoff.
Saw a YouTube on this monitor not worth money
LG BX/CX OLEDs are 120hz (and have G-sync/Freesync support) - an extra £1500 for 144 is surely not justifiable to anyone
It's probably the HZ that seperates them. 144 is more for gamers.
Hi, thanks I'll take a look now thanks (y) 😁
Check out the LG 31.5" 1440p one for £280ish for currys, is currently a deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-32gk850f-b-315-qhd-144hz-1ms-va-freesync-2-gaming-monitor-ps284-at-currys-pc-word-3695183
Hi, I cancel the order in the end,I've decided to wait and see if I can find a larger curved screen monitor as I think this would suit my needs better. Was a great price but my current display is 32 inch 1080p but I would have dropped a fair bit in size.
Did yours show up? How is it?
Hi, ordered thanks , looks good thanks for posting :) (y)
Hey man. Found a 1440 165hz 1ms IPS panel for 250ish. Someone posted here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-g27q-20-27-qhd-gaming-monitor-3692582?utm_source=mappshare&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=3692582&utm_campaign=2021-03-25
I'm sure it was 144hz.
Not bad. Personally, I'd prefer to have a higher refresh rate of at least 144Hz (the link you sent me was for the 75Hz one).
Posted 14th MarPosted 14th Mar
Gigabyte 27" Quad HD 165Hz G-SYNC Compatible Curved VA Gaming Monitor (2021 Update) £309.98 @ Scan£309.98 Free P&P FreeScan Deals
Specifications Screen Size 27" Edition G27QC Panel Type VA Panel Coating Non-Glare Panel Finish Touchsceen No Backlight Pitch Size 0.2331 Curvature 1500R Adaptive Frame-rate Te… Read more
That's no problem, thanks to spycat for finding it in the 1st place. I ordered mine from Amazon at the higher cost , so I phoned Customer service this morning and they wouldn't price match this, so they are refunding me and picking it up tomorrow. Very good price.
BOUGHT. Thank you so much Frajule!
Just seen this on here direct from Samsung Apply GAME15 at checkout for 15% off Thanks to spycat for finding this.
Sorry to be pedantic but if the pixel density is the same that means that more pixels are on the 32". But yes if it uses the same number of pixels there would be a corresponding drop in picture quality.
This is a translation of a customer who purchased the 73 model . I think this is from 0/06/20 He seems to say he updated is GPU and the monitor. Translation is a bit vague. Hope it helps you.
Posted 10th MarPosted 10th Mar
Lenovo Legion Y25 24.5" 240Hz Full HD Monitor - G-sync Compatible or Freesync / IPS / HDMI / DisplayPort - £229.99 @ Laptop Outlet£229.99£247.797% offLaptop outlet Deals
Another monitor on offer at Laptop Outlet. This one is more for high FPS gamers that want G-sync as an option. You'll be glad to see it sat on the compatibility list (See image bel… Read more
Hi Ken I am after a basic dual monitor settup for home office settup, I don't play games on my pc as I own an Xbox Could you reccomend the best 2 pc monitors for home office use I don't really need to have the best of the best mate
I know, VA is a good middle ground between TN and IPS. The picture and colours etc are stunning on it.
Keep an eye on this Samsung. It's in and out of stock. 27" Curved QHD 144hz Freesync and G Sync I paid £209.99 and it's stunning https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07SVZQLGJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_ZNY7BMQRB1383GZ940QC?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Th dell s2721dgfa comes up on here and people have managed to get it via work discount schemes for £330 It's uses an LG ips nano panel, 400nits, freesync (Nvidia gsync label on the base of stand too) plus HDMI2.0 and DP 1.4 inputs. Compared to the spec above i would say the Dell is the better monitor too but I am biased as I bought one for my son's gaming pc :D
Trying to desperately (:I gutted that I missed the return window with Lenovo.
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AOC 27G2U/BK 27 inch FHD IPS FreeSync (Gsync compatible) 144Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor, £206.47 delivered at Ebuyer£206.47Ebuyer Deals
Nice monitor on offer at Ebuyer. @BlownGasketBob credited with the Gsync compatible info, much appreciated :) KEY FEATURES 27" Display IPS Panel Full HD 1920x1080 Resolut… Read more
Here’s a brilliant video. This guy still rates the monitor, however as someone who ‘upgraded’ from the 75hz version (with the old Panda display), the new one looks poorer in comparison. The older one has 50% better contrast. IPS glow was minimal on the old one, with no bleed at all. Looks like quality control flew out of the window on the new panel, as both of mine have significant bleed all around the edges. I’m returning mine this weekend.
Ohh i had no idea. Do you know of any decent reviews on the new panel? Isit a downgrade?
Heads up, AOC have done a stealth revision on this monitor late 2020. It no longer uses the Panda panel that was so well reviewed. All of the reviewers scored this monitor based on that panel. It’s basically a different monitor now.