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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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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.


Well said, What about if gaming is your thing but not FPS?


For FPS, 2560 by 1080 is definitely a better experience with the higher refresh rates and being easier to drive games at the required frame rates needed to take advantage of GSYNC. For everything else, including general gaming, 3400 by 1400 looks stunning, being easier to drive than full 4K panels. More demanding games (Witcher 3 for example) will struggle unless you have a beefy GPU. If gaming isn't your main priority, I'd pick 3400 by 1400 with lower refresh rates over this any day. (nerd)


but but but its 160hz

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

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.


I agree with both points. It's all subjective, isn't it. Purchasing depends on so many factors for the individual and how they're going to use it. How long is a 1060 gonna be relevant at 1080p, etc? But how long will it take for rigs like this to drop below £1k? Only time will tell, I guess.


It has an SSD, we've established that just the OP didn't mention it. Also many people don't want to go cracking open a brand new laptop. I appreciate that Turing or whatever will not be able for a while but I would still want to see preliminary performance at least, even if not buying it immediately. I wouldn't buy 2 year old architecture on the GPU and an outdated CPU if spending over £1000 even if these are both 'still good' (which I'm not denying). Your 1070 was a big step from the 900 series in efficiency and performance so I'm not surprised you're happy with it.


I am most definitely no authority on this but as someone who waited for Pascal, Turing GPU's in laptops could possibly be out in the Autumn. They'll come with hefty price tags and the 10 series won't see a price reduction for a little while, unless they release the lower end cards immediately. Which they didn't do last time. The laptop 970 didn't go down in price for quite a while after I bought my 1070. What I'm saying is, I have no regrets buying when I did.

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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Alienware AW3418HW 34 WFHD Gsync™ Curved Gaming Monitor £649.99 Delivered @ Box.co.uk
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Seems to be the cheapest price for this Ultrawide monitor from Alienware. Perfect for gamers with a 144Hz refresh rate, G-Sync, and Alienware RGB lighting. Manufacturer 3 Years Adv… Read more
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Pretty sure it just standard 60hz refresh rate..


I got x34a best grand i ever spent


' 'What technologies we need' lol.


Right, I don't think any games/consumer hardware can run games at 4k 144hz, though, at the moment.


Not if you specifically want an ultrawide. 4k is still hard to drive especially at 144hz or 144 FPS.

Dell Alienware AW2518H 25" 240Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor £334 maybe open box but new @ itcsales
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Dell Alienware AW2518H 25" 240Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor 1st post. Really good monitor, cheap compared to other 240hz Gsyncs.

Mine has also arrived. Surprised at how beautiful TN panels are nowadays. Thanks for the spot OP. Never had G-sync before, it is game changing.


My Screen arrived - absolutely perfect and brand new.... so glad I purchased


Even if you can't hit 240hz it doesn't matter, G-Sync solves screen tearing. You can set it at 144hz if you want but there's no real benefit.


Good luck finding 144+ hz, gsync monitor then for 2 bills... these people..


Wouldnt pay over 2 bills for a 1080p monitor

Dell S2716DG 27-inch TN Gaming Monitor (1 ms Response Time, QHD 2560 x 1440 at 144 Hz, Nvidia G-Sync HDMI/DP/USB) - Black  £449.95 @ Amazon
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Dell S2716DG 27 inch TN 1ms response QHD 2560 x 1440 at 144 Hz Nvidia G-Sync
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I haven't tried it myself but I would assume you do have to open a credit account with them. I did it in the past it is very easy to do so. Good luck anyway!


Hey...I'm trying to buy this from Very. I can't find the option Buy now Pay Later. Can you help me out please ? Do I have to select "Upgrade account" and apply for finance something with "take 3" ? When I try to apply the code it says I have to use my own credit for that code, and I do select my own credit/debit.. but still gives that error.


I purchased an ASUS VG248QE from warehouse deal for £135 back in 2016... I registered it with ASUS and a few weeks later I contact them about a a faulty menu button, within a few days they replaced it with brand new one.


I was going to grab one of these used ones but decided against it after reading this on the Warehouse Deals main page: "Do products come with a warranty? No. Used products generally do not come with a manufacturer's warranty but all of our items are backed by Amazon’s satisfaction guarantee."


I tried the Acer Z35 for about a week (mva 4ms) and returned because of the horrible mva black smears. I got the Dell 27 gsync instead and I've never seen anything so nice. I think you need 1ms for gaming above 100fps and 100hz. The combination of qhd high resolution and high frame rate is simply awesome. The size of text being too small with qhd etc. is bull manure: I use it for excell, Photoshop, all sorts of things and it's amazing. Definitely hot.

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Omen by HP 32" QHD Free-Sync / IPS / 75Hz Gaming Monitor £279.99 Delivered  / Dell 27"  QHD G-SYNC 144Hz Gaming Monitor £449.99 @ Box
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Nice looking monitor and I think the lowest this one has been. Im always up for an IPS panel :p has a res of 2560x1440 and Free-sync for those with AMD Graphics Cards. It doesn… Read more
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Expired, back to £352 unless I'm missing something?


There's an adapter plate thing in the box that you screw in to the monitor.


In the description it says it supports VESA mounting, I can't see how though?


I own the hp omen 32 and its a va panel. No ips glow...


I have the 27”, colour and viewing angle no where near an IPS but got used to it and gsync is fantastic. For the price it good value versus what else is out there.

Asus ROG Strix GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti OC edition 4GB GDDR5 with ASUS Aura Sync & G-SYNC @ eBuyer.com
Refreshed 21st MayRefreshed 21st May
One of the best GTX 1050 Ti cards made and easy to OC and runs on 75 watts! 1506 MHz engine clock in OC mode for outstanding 1080p gaming experience. DirectCU II with Patented W… Read more

Very true, after all, to buy just one star on ebay is £29, so makes the hundreds, free with this card well worth it! :D


But this has LITES ! hundreds of them , twinkling in the dark . like Stars! surely thats worth £30 of anybodys monay ? (embarrassed)


I have a older card which is similar performance, it's fine for current games but I am looking to upgrade since I've got VR my card plays VR 'decently' on many games ive tried (lowest settings, I can live too till the gen of cards but I won't recommend it) I ramble too much, anyway, it can get the job done on most things but I wouldn't recommend it it's not future proof since it's struggling with newer games


Not as bad as Hermes. Granted yodel haven't got the best rep but our local yodal man delivers stuff to my office if I'm not at home so can't fault them. I wouldn't buy from ebuyer for other reasons. If this was a low profile card like my old 750ti then it would make sense in a media centre, something where you need as little heat given out as possible. Otherwise even a crap PSU will handle a 1060 and is a good order of magnitude better than a 1050 ti. I have a 1060 3gb at home mainly for Vive gaming and a 1050ti in my work PC for the odd Lan game at lunch back when they were £130. It's a decent enough card, just with next gen just months away it's a bad time to be buying anything GPU related.


I would warn people not to purchase from eBuyer especially due to their choice of courier: Yodel.

Acer Predator XB271HU 27" IPS 165hz(OC) G-Sync Monitor @ Amazon Prime for £450.17 delivered
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Predator XB271HU Widescreen LCD Monitor NVIDIA G-Sync technology for ultra smooth gaming Ref rate 144 Hz, 4 ms response time for smoother and responsive gaming 144 HZ Refresh ra… Read more
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I can understand it was missed. I'm sure the returns people have a certain quota to hit and don't really have time to plug in and power on the monitor, and it does look pretty much immaculate when off (except for the impact point which in comparison to the crack is tiny). On the other hand, you'd think a monitor you're selling for £460 and are classing as 'like new' would be checked to make sure it switches on.


Holy cow! That's the worst I've ever seen. I'm amazed that was even allowed out of the building. The closest I can get to that was a smashed plasma TV I received from Amazon but that was half understandable as it has a glass screen and came in a particularly dodgy box.


Just thought I’d reply to yourself and update anyone who was thinking of ordering from amazon warehouse. I received the monitor today and although the box was a bit battered I expected that. Everything else seemed in good condition, a few marks to the bezel and one large one on the top left, as well as the included HDMI cable being missing I thought nothing of it until I turned the panel on only to be treated to a cracked LCD from the largest mark on the top left bezel spanning the display. I get why it would look immaculate to someone eyeballing it, but really they should just plug it in and make sure it’s not damaged before saying it’s in such a good condition. Great customer service, I should be receiving a replacement on Tuesday, but still hassle to send this one back.


Hey, thanks for the reply. I think I’ll go with it and hope for the best. Considering it’s advertised ‘like new’ I hope that they’ve classified it like that for a reason and they won’t give me a bad panel! Like you said, if I don’t like it I’ll just return it. I did have a web chat with them and they said returns would be free though.. well I’ll take that up with them if it comes to it. Thanks again :D


I got this from Amazon the other day lol We have noticed multiple returns from your account in the past 12 months. You have also requested refunds or replacements for some items that you returned. We’d like to know how we can better support your shopping experience. Please reply to this email and let us know why you returned your orders. Please learn more about our return policies in the Voluntary Returns Guarantee section of the Conditions of Use & Sale, available at the bottom of all Amazon.co.uk pages.

Acer Predator XB271HU Gaming Monitor - WQHD, ZeroFrame, G-Sync, 165Hz(OC), IPS ,27" £499 Amazon Prime member exclusive
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Great monitor! Not for the average budget friendly gaming setup. To take full advantage you'll need a GeForce GTX, G-sync compatible graphics card. PREDATOR XB271HU 27" 2560X1440 … Read more

I didn't buy one in the end.


Cancel and reorder or return etc depending if you can to get the cheaper price.


Jesus wept....these Amazon had dropped the price even further to £450.17!


Thanks, i've cancelled.


The account has been hijacked I’ve reported it to Amazon. It’s the 5th account I’ve reported in 2 weeks. I questioned them about it and they said they take a reactive approach, I said they need to be proactive and prevent/watch for things like this. You’ll get your money back as paying through Amazon but it’s a pain!

Acer Predator XB321HK - 32" / IPS / UHD  / G-Sync £527.49 OR Acer Predator XB272 27" FHD / G-Sync / 240Hz £389.99  @ Box + Free NDD w/code
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Total beast and I THINK this is the cheapest this model has been. If I had the GPU power right now, I'd be super temped. It has an IPS panel capable of a 60Hz Refresh rate w/ G-Syn… Read more
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The flickering isn't too bad tbh. The screen just flashed an artefact for a split second every hour or so. There aren't anything wrong with G-sync on this particular monitor per se but I still can't see how it improves/eliminate the tearing issue all that well and worth paying premium for. All in all, this an amazing monitor with a potential deal breaker if an issue. I'm sure you'll love it once you get past the flickering issue.


Theres an option in the settings of the monitor to overclock it to 165Hz


you can watch 4K movies on 24fps what is the perfect, not necessary HDMI 2, only for HDR or 50-60fps on 4K. I worry about flickering what is an issue with gsync, I hope I get a perfect display.. will see tomorrow (nerd)


Hahaha you're insane!


Remember it? I bought two!! 😁

ASUS GL702VM ROG Strix Gaming Laptop (i5,  8gb RAM, GTX1060 6GB, G-Sync IPS) + Mixed Reality Headset (worth £380) £959 - £999, or laptop only after headset return £684 to £725 @ Amazon
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Good mid tier gaming laptop available in 2 screen sizes at 17.3 inches for £999 or 15.6 inches for £959, INCLUDING a VR headset worth £380+. Either HP or Lenovo Mixed Reality Heads… Read more
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Looks like only the top i7 is available which is why the price is so high


Currently unavailable, so probably expired unfortunately.


Is this still available? Prices have gone way up from those mentioned above


VR returned and refunded. Thank you OP for the deal


Someone's getting a bargain! Wish they'd done that on mine. By the way the headset I sent back weighed a ton. It was easily twice the length of the laptop! The only option I had to return it was PassMyParcel, and unfortunately the one in my town has recently closed. I ended up getting a lift from a friend to return it to the next nearest shop 2 miles away. I wouldn't like to have walked that. You may be able to arrange a collection, or Post Office for yours as it's a different make / model.

Acer Predator XB271 27" 1440p 165Hz Gsync TN monitor 10% Discount at Checkout £476.99 (£424.52 with cashback) @ Acer UK
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Decent gaming monitor, cheapest it's been from a reputable seller from what I can tell. 10% discount at checkout (No Code required) and make sure to get 11% cashback from Quidco to… Read more
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I completely agree with you. Just wanted to point out. Anyway the lower the better:p


Unless you play competitive FPS seriously (CS Go for example) it's not something that matters and unlikely something you will actually be able to physically notice anyway. Also keep in mind they only advertise grey-to-grey times, realistic delays will be nothing like that for both panels so don't ever use it as a reliable reference.


I tried the IPS version, terrible orange glow in the corners like all 27" 1440p high refresh IPS screens. I have the TN version instead, which I got for £400 on Amazon warehouse and have been very happy with it.


Ips version has 4ms delay time though


I've provided two separate links above for the 1440p IPS version.

ALIENWARE 15, i7-7700HQ + 1070GTX 8gb + 120Hz Tn G-Sync Display. £1275 Using PROMO CODE at Dell
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Massive discount from DELL with a choice of options starting at £1198. My link is for the 1070GTX Laptop. All prices are reduced even more if you use PROMO CODE: AW12 until April 1… Read more

Got the r3. Yeh when they first came out there were loads of issues with the placement of the heatsink. They sorted it with the 7700k processors but you have a few that still get the problem. Anything up to about 75 you could class as normal depending on how long you've been using it for. Eventhough the gpu and cpu can handle 100°c it shouldn't go that high. Then after market pastes will always be better than any stock paste that is used by any brand. With the 1 year standard warranty it'll be worth itnjust to get them to come out and check it up. If you do have temp issues then its a call & fix or refund scenario and if its the refund then maybe by that time with the new gen proccessors coming out, the other brands should drop in price too. Check the alienware subreddit, its quite usefull. Aw


did you get the r3 or the r4? Thats my biggest worry is how are they going to cool the processors. I use a cooling pad already for my XPS and hate it which is why i want to upgrade.... Apparently they can hit temps up to 90 before they repaste or come out which must be uncomfortable.


Its quite good so far. Haven't done much other than play fortnite and civilization. I got a cheap cooling pad to use. I need to monitor my temps in game with and without the pad but haven't done it so far. It does heat up if i play civ 6 for like 4/5 hours + on max settings and with fortnite on max settings for a couple of hours straight but not burning hot, hits around 65. I need to set up a temp monitor so i can view the temps in game to get a better reading. The left side seems to heat up more than the rest and I'm not sure if thats to do with the fan being on that side. I might give them a call 6 months in and see if they can check it up. Might as well use the 1 year warranty before it expires. Hopefully it doesn't have heating issues like some others have stated and i don't have to calk them up for any serious issues.


how is it? theve given me a delivery date of 8th may!


Got it delivered today. It was dispatched on the 8th

HP OMEN X 35-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor (Nvidia G-Sync 3440 x 1440 Pixel Ultra-wide Quad HD (UWQHD) 4ms 100Hz Refresh Rate @ Amazon.es delivered - £610.98
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
GET LOST IN THE GAME , See what your graphics card is really made of on this curved 35" diagonal UWQHD 21:9 display. MAXIMUM AGILITY , Never let a display disrupt your winning str… Read more

Very glad I went with this, it’s a wonderful thing. £16 for the Hp care pack for 3 years pick up


I’m sick an idiot, I placed an order for one but went in the next day to cancel it as I wanted to find it from another CC (cheaper currency fees), the e-mail that came through actually said it failed to cancel it yet I didn’t take the time to read it I assumed it was cancelled. Long story short I have 2 delivered. Does anyone near Sheffield want to purchase one please, the boxes are massive.


still waiting for links to, 'Better monitors for the same price' (annoyed)


Bad experience then you had :) Sucks getting faulty goods


He said... or 1440p alternative.

Acer Predator Z271T 27-inch 144Hz FHD Eye Tracking G-Sync Curved Monitor, £309.99 at ebuyer
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Let your gaze take aim, engage and combat to win back the streets of London. Get your free copy of Assassin's Creed Syndicate while suppliers last when you purchase the Z271T. Imm… Read more

I see, fair enough, although the monitor I had didn't flicker initially for the first few months and then it started out of nowhere. Is that normal?


yep happens on all g-sync moniotrs ive had, reason why ive just upgraded to a 1440p without as jusr drives me insane


The Gsync flicker is NOT caused by the monitor, it is a 'feature' of ALL adaptive sync graphics cards (Gsync or FreeSync). It depends on the game you are playing as to how noticable it is (and also the person and their sensitivity). This problem has been present since day 1 and has not been fixed because it can't be fixed. If you want gsync or Freesync, some games will flicker.


I must have, as I say I know there are good ones out there and I'm not claiming them all to be bad, my experience just mirrored what a lot of forum comments / reviews mentioned so I thought it was worth sharing. Glad yours was a good one though! When it worked for me initially it worked beautifully.


And yet I have had the same model for a while now and had nothing but a great experience. G-sync works outstanding and the eyetracking software is a good feature. Though I must admit I prefer keyboard and mouse to control Windows 10. You must have had serious bad luck here.

Acer Predator gaming monitor 24" with G-sync and 240Hz refresh rate £329.97 @ Amazon - (Temporarily out of stock)
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
This is a steal of a deal with normal price being £500+. I know its out of stock (fulfilled by amazon), but still worth trying to get it at this price point. Tech spec here https… Read more

Only just made hot I expect, just report as expired.


Why is this revived? The price is back way up.


I was curious and had a look at Sam's comment history and there's not a lot of things that makes this person happy. NEXT!


This site has cost me a lot in the past week. The Samsung nvme with farcry 5 and now this. Just thought I would report that mine has been despatched delivery tomorrow.


got this monitor from overclockersuk when it was 300, can confirm its an absolute beast and wouldnt trade it for anything else (atm)

AOC AGON AG251FG 25" 1920X1080 TN G-SYNC 240HZ WIDESCREEN LED MONITOR - BLACK/RED £329.99 @ Overclockers
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
AG251FG, LED Backlit, 1920x1080 Resolution, 1000:1 Contrast Ratio, 400cd/m² Brightness, 1ms Response Time, 1x Analogue Input, 1x HDMI Input, 1x DisplayPort, 3 Year On-Site Warranty… Read more

"No need for higher than 144hz" You were stating an incorrect opinion though. And please refrain from talking to people on this forum in such a condescending manner.


I know? I wasn't stating a fact so don't worry your little self =) I added heat also


Whats wrong with 30hz? (lol)


No need to go higher than 60...


This is subjective. Some people will like this feature and get benefit from it.

Refurbished Acer 28" XB280HK LED Monitor 4k G-SYNC @ LaptopsDirect for £249.97
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
I spoke to someone on the chat and they said that it was just the box that had been opened... I don't know how reliable that is but this is a great price either way... They also h… Read more

Says who ?


Acer monitors are terrible.


Argggggggg when I first saw this, i knew I had to have it, but it's out of stock


I got 2


If it really is just an open box & you don’t get a dodgy panel then looks like you’ve got yourself a good deal.

LG 34UC89G 34" Ultrawide IPS 144/166Hz G-Sync Monitor - £100 off - £499.99 + £11.10 Del @ OCUK
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
**Please note this is not the 34UC79G which is the Freesync version** About £100 cheaper than i can find anywhere else, even on eBay. Amazing looking monitor, IPS panel and G-Sync… Read more
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£499.99 now if anyone's interested.


£599 now


Yeah I could have got him a 1440p ultrawide but then he would be stuck on low FPS on a higher res cause I’m not buying him a 1080Ti at today’s prices lol his GTX1070 and this monitor is a great match and he’s happy as Larry ooo and it’s a IPS panel (viewing angle better than VA) with G-Sync so it’s all good in my eyes.


Got mine delivered a couple of days ago and running it with 2x GTX 970's in SLI - this monitor is unbelievable compared to my Dell U2410! Maybe my eyesite is crap, but i have no idea what people are talking about when they say 'you can see the pixels' because of the low DPI, I get that it's not quite as sharp in general use as a 1440p monitor but it still looks fantastic and in games I have to say G-Sync + high Hz is just another level. And as you say, because it's 1080p you get the best of both worlds in terms of size/quality vs high FPS. For this price I would have to recommend it to anyone.


Monitors in common sizes and resolutions such as 24" 1080p may have the same problems you highlights with TVs, that many panels from different manufacturers are available and are interchangeable. That is not the case for uncommon sizes e.g. AU Optronics are literally the only company manufacturing 35" ultrawide panels. That is why there is a lack of innovation and competition in the uncommon monitor space. I was pointing out that the people to blame are not e.g. Asus, Acer, Dell, AOC, Iiyama, BenQ. They have no power to innovate. All they do is slap whatever panels are available into a plastic case.

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