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ASUS ROG Zephyrus GM501GM NVIDIA GTX 1060, 16GB, 15.6" 144Hz 3ms G-SYNC, i7-8750H Gaming Laptop @ Overclockers £1199.99
Found 11 h, 8 m agoFound 11 h, 8 m ago
Hey guys! First post so go easy on me, been looking around for gaming laptops lately and this is the best price I've seen for the Zephyrus even if it is only a GTX 1060 . Free deli… Read more

All gone now. (fierce)


Great price!


I paid £1700 for the 1070 version about 6 months ago and I'm very happy with it. Seems like a good price esspecially with the free bundle


congratulations on your first post.have some heat :)

Samsung LC27JG50QQUXEN Curved WQHD Gaming Monitor, 27”, Dark Silver £249.95 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 13 h, 33 m agoFound 13 h, 33 m ago
Same price on Amazon but here we get the John Lewis 2 year Guarantee, nice price for 1440p at 144hz.
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John Lewis says Freesync but the Samsung spec page says it doesn't. Can anyone confirm whether this monitor has Freesync or not?


I was, just about to pull the trigger on the 32” version, but the reviews on here aren’t inspiring. Can anyone suggest a better alternative? Similar price and specs ideally?


Its free sync which works with gsync


Ah my apologies (y)


That's a deal breaker for me I need gsync in my life, thanks bud

Samsung 27-Inch WQHD (1440p) 144hz Monitor - Dark Silver £249.95 @
Found 14 h, 20 m agoFound 14 h, 20 m ago
32 inch also just £289.99! Cracking deal. Monitor prices have been dropping like a stone recently.

Shame is curved, you only need that with the big ultra wides, a normal 27" is better flat.


I've got the 24" version, I don't have any dead pixels but there are a number of other issues with the monitor: -Text "feeling" fuzzy -Red tint in the middle of the screen -A constant buzz sound from the monitor The colours are nice otherwise but I think there are better alternatives in 2019. I bought it in 2017 when there weren't as many monitors competing with it at the same price point.


Good price, terrible monitor. Had 5 or so when it was first on offer back end of last year, all had defects. Mainly dead pixels. The motion blur was also terrible. I would advise you avoid this one.


Activate the mute button. Clearly a muppet.


(confused) (skeptical) (annoyed) Joined today, acting like a weirdo instantly...

Acer 31.5" Predator Z321Q FHD G-Sync 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor, £379.97 at LaptopsDirect
Found 17 h, 9 m agoFound 17 h, 9 m ago
Good saving. 31.5 Inch Screen size 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Ports - HDMI DisplayPort USB G-Sync 16:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 144 Hz Curved screen 4 MS Respons… Read more

If you play rocket league it's definitely worth having a 144hz screen with g-sync (or equivalent). You need that rate for fast games. You'd never ever get the same fluid experience on a TV.


Va no good for movies? Still wonder why you have chosen this monitor over bigger TV if you sit 8 ft away. No point of 144hz if you don't play fps, even if you do from this distance you will loose all the benefits. Even 30h screen would be enough.


1080p looks fine at this size if you play at a reasonable distance. I have this monitor and sit 8ft away, I wouldn't buy a monitor of this size to sit at a desk regardless of the resolution. It's the light bleed and colours that are bad. I came close to sending it back, but I'm glad I stuck with it. I paid £350, there were very few alternatives at this price point. The benefits outweighed the negatives for me, Rocket League on this monitor is fantastic. If you mainly play more cinematic games with dark environments and will be watching movies, then you may want to look elsewhere.


1080p on a 31 inch screen won't look good


Decent enough i suppose. 1080p on a 31.5” screen though? Might not look so good.

Samsung C27HG70 27 inch Curved QLED 144hz Freesync Gaming Monitor - Grade A Refurbished £278.46 eBay /  techsave2006
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Taken a punt on this one, came down to £278.46 with the pre applied 10% discount from techsave2006 and then stacked with the PLAY15 15% code. “Professionally Refurbished Grade A: … Read more

Risk didn't pay off this time, dead pixel on the monitor I received this morning


It's a bit of a risk but it's a massive saving if it pays off, there are a few decent reports from previous techsave2006 deals so we shall see.


I'm tempted by the price but this monitor is known to come with issues so a good returns policy is essential.


The auction doesn’t state how many dead/ stuck pixels on arrival is acceptable and if blacklight bleed would be applicable for a faulty return. Sounds like a risk if you wouldn’t accept these issues.


If only it was 5K

Refurbished Grade A Samsung C34F791WQU 34" UltraWide Quad HD Gaming Monitor £362.19 @ techsave2006/ebay
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Seems like a great deal to me - seller already has 10% off, and then you stack the 15% off using today's PLAY15 on top and you end up with £362.19. Comes with a 1 year warranty. H… Read more

Thanks, that Asus is a was a bargain for that! My 1070ti seems to handle the res on this just right. Glad it turned out OK!


Sad to be sending mine back but it did make me realise that I'd rather have a QHD 27" and a 24" full HD beside it, makes it easier to watch videos while doing something else. Already got a second hand Asus MG279Q, IPS panel, 144hz, freesync, for £350 - bosh! Enjoy the samsung monitor, despite my issues with it, games did look fantastic on it!


No problems at all with mine. Must have got lucky


Well they're good with returns at least, phew.


Not got mine yet

Acer Nitro RG270bmiix 27" IPS FHD HDMI FreeSync 75 Hz Gaming Monitor, £149.97 at LaptopsDirect
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Good price for the size. 27 Inch Screen size 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Ports - HDMI DVI VGA Freesync 16:9 Aspect Ratio Refresh Rates - 75 Hz 1 MS Response Time Wall… Read more

Does it have a display port on it?


Partially yes.


Does going outside somehow render you incapable of noticing people's grammatical mistakes then? ;)


And you need to get out more. :p


Hey new Sam of London in town.

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Acer 27 Inch 16:9 FHD Gaming Monitor - ZeroFrame, FreeSync, 1ms, IPS £169.99 @ Very
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
Looking for a monitor upgrade and just seen this, currently with £20 off.
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Absolute load of rubbish. Do your research and stop only reading things which you want to hear. Go ahead and buy a 27 inch 1080p monitor if you want go back and buy yet another one with a better resolution in the near future. Go ahead and waste your money. You're a complete fool if you think I don't understand, because I do, perfectly. DO YOUR RESEARCH.


Crazy how people make statements trying to look clever when they don't understand how native resolutions work. The 4k monitor would use interpolation to stretch the image of whatever resolution you have chose to fit the 2160*3840 pixel count resulting in a lesser quality image, as someone who has used HD, 2K and 4k, watching 1080p on 4k isn't as easy as each pixel quadrupling, in theory it should work, in practice it doesn't. If you want to game at 1080p, buy a 1080p monitor, 1440p, buy a 1440p monitor, don't tell people things that would ruin their experience.


If you are doing productivity work such as video editing, excel documents, word etc, a 27inch is far more useful than a lower size monitor as obviously things will appear on the screen a little bigger and easier to read etc, but if you are gaming or watching videos go with 23inches or less as the pixels will be closer together as the pixels will be a bit smaller than on a 27inch, this means that images will look more compressed, think about it like looking at an image, the more you zoom in, the grainier it looks, gaming on a smaller screen monitor is always better as image quality looks better as they don't look as 'pixelated' as on those of higher size screens. You will notice this a lot more if you had a side by side comparison of the two, it makes a lot of difference. Also if you can get a bezeless monitor too, the screen looks even better as there are no massive black bars at the size of the monitor, the monitor in this deal I believe has quite small bezels compared to the cheaper options.


I mean depending on your priorities, it's probably not worth it going for 4k... If you want high refresh rates, you're looking at paying close to 1k or more for a 4k 144hz monitor. Never mind the fact the monitor'll probably break by the time you get the hardware to actually run 4k 144hz, lol. That's why 1440p is kind of the sweet spot at the moment. It's not too demanding on hardware(game depending), and panels that support 144hz don't cost an arm and a leg.


Crazy how people don't understand that a 4k monitor will still display lower resolutions. Future proof yourself.

Acer Predator 17 X i7-7820HK, 17.3" 4K IPS, G-Sync, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD + 1TB, GTX 1080 8GB-£1699.97 at BOX (free bundle worth £229)
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
Seems a good deal for what you get. 3 year warranty included.

3 years time this laptop won't be able to run Club Penguin in 720p


Was that for a laptop though? Or a desktop?


Only 60hz on 4K laptop screens at the moment


Anyone have any idea what Hz the screen is?


Cold, was £200 on amazon couple weeks back (lol) (lol) 🙈

AOC U2879VF 28" 3840x2160 TN 4K 60Hz FreeSync 1ms Gaming  Monitor - £239.99 at Overclockers
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Free delivery. Specification: - FREESYNC Supported - Display Screen Size: 28" (70.8cm) - Aspect ratio: 16:9 - Panel Type: TN - Brightness: 300cd/m2 - Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 … Read more

How useful! (devil)


But of course, these facts do not diminish my point to someone who thinks this may be a monochrome monitor however :{


Umm, you know there are moonless nights and the moon is also in the sky and visible in the day?


Probably better to get a QHD monitor (2560x1440), fewer pixels to refresh I think some similar AOC models will go to 75hz


Is that the moon in the sky at night?

Samsung LC34J791WTUXEN 34-Inch Ultra-wide Curved Monitor (Customer return) - £431.99 @ techsave2006 eBay
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Update: now 1 left. I was disappointed to miss out on the crazy low price of this on Amazon recently. After some searching I came across these, currently on 10% off (applied at ch… Read more

Bought - thanks. Seemed like a great deal for what it is, given brand new are c700. Some places on eBay are c850!


I’m glad that I was able to help at least 2 people regardless of how cold it’s got!


Great - ordered...many thanks. Was about to buy new on Amazon reduced to £530 (most other places still selling at around £700), but had a 1-3 month delivery time! This saved nearly £100 plus 48 hour delivery!! Bizarre that this is showing cold...added some heat to try to thaw it a little!!


Iv been looking to upgrade my 5 year old lg ultra wide monitor for past few weeks. I kept looking at this one, also been looking at the high end ones with g-sync in, but the stands are too big for my desk, plus think they are overpriced for what they are. Would prefer one with HDR to future proof, but seems like monitors with it are at a premium price, no way I would spend that much on a monitor. Think this seems like the best ultrawide monitor I can get for under 500 pounds.


I imagine it’s because people see it’s described as a refurbished model & they run to get their pitchforks given the price. That’s why I posted a picture of mine & also put in the description that as far as I could tell it was brand new. Glad someone else benefitted however & you enjoy the awesomeness! Considering it is back to £699 on Amazon I think it’s a rather good offer :{

Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
This monitors so hot I'm expecting everyone's gonna try n cool it down. 27" 4k at 144hz with gsync, doesn't get hotter than this

As the owner of an Acer X27 (Acer variant of this monitor), I paid £1750 and it has been worth every penny. A single 2080Ti has been ample to run games at 4K in excess of 100fps. Just depends on the game and how demanding it is. I might be the only one, but I'm voting this hot. It's a fantastic, top of the line panel.


Not at 144hz . Bandwidth required is too much. The next hdmi 2.1? Should be able to



4k is possible yes


Can you even hit these resolutions yet. Even with 2 gpus

Acer ED242QR 23.6" 144Hz FHD Curved VA Freesync 4ms Monitor, £129.98 Delivered at BOX
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Full HD display ED242QR_A brings users into a perfect colorful world in Full HD 1920 x 1080, and provides the finest natural and sharp original quality with VA panel and 100,000,00… Read more

Heat! Bought this myself recently and really like it so far. Good size for gaming, pretty good colours and 144hz for this price? Good deal Edit: e-buyer has it for the same price i believe, that's where I got mine from btw


Have you got twice the money? Been looking around for one but can't seem to find anything below £300 for those specs. 144hz >27" >2k Eventually I've given up and bought a 60hz 2k 32" 4ms Acer for £180 from Curry's... does the job


Does anyone know any good VA 1080p (Ultrawide preferable but not essential) 144hz monitors that are around 27"?

Samsung Curved 27" Monitor CJG50 WQHD 144hz (VA Panel) - Prime Only £249.99 - Amazon
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
Seems to be the best price for this monitor at the moment by almost £50 Doesnt have freesync, hope this helps someone out. 32" Also available for £289.99 Prime only - You know w… Read more

Thanks, mate. Much appreciated (y)


I've also returned 2 of these monitors back to Amazon with pixel issues and colour problems.


Sorry I took a while (shock)


A curved TN monitor makes me nervous


Each type of panel TN, va, or ips had it's pros and cons . It's always a trade off. I'm waiting for a 4k oled 144hz 1ms. (y) (y)

ElectriQ 24" 4K 60Hz FreeSync HDR Gaming Monitor (VESA Compatible) - £139.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Details: The 4K picture quality delivers pin sharp, stunningly realistic picture detail It supports HDR content so you can enjoy intensely vibrant colour, detail and life-like r… Read more



What are those


Opera glasses then.


Doesn't that defeat the purpose of enjoying a 4k display? Who wants to sit so close you can't enjoy the screen from a few feet away...


Sit close. Problem solved.

50% Off All Dell Monitors
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Weekend Offer: 50% Off Dell Professional Series and UltraSharp Monitors
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Why is everyone in such a bad mood?! Granted, not all the monitors are a great resolution but the site does have 21.5" 1920x1080 monitors for £60 after using the code so heat from me.


@Seymour81 Do you work for them!? 19" 1280x1024 screens for £109?! I mean are they for real?! You can get a brand new 24" IPS 1080p screen for that from Amazon. Stone Cold! No bargains on that site.


They are joking. You can get new and better ones for that money.


Got to be kidding me. These monitors are garbage.


It's a legitimate, official Dell site. It is Dell Financial Services which is a large part of Dell Technologies.

Acer XV3 | XV273K 27" IPS 4K 144hz G-Sync Compatible HDR Monitor, extended warranty + potential 10% TCB £781.98 @ Acer
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Just bought this for £780, which is around £120 cheaper than I've seen it. Acer has a number of discounts available on the store: 7% OFF When you spend up to ₤399.99 10% OFF … Read more

I should also mention that this XV273K screen has Fantastic image quality, I have been running it next to my MSI GT 60 2QD laptop which has a 4k screen I loved since I first got it, yet next to this new screen it's colours look somewhat dull by comparison. I honestly did not expect the XV273K to be so noticeably better than other 4k screens even though it has a professional quality screen with delta E of <1. A good treat for the eyes :)


Mine arrived Wednesday morning and really liking it so far. ( I could not run it on a high quality looking braided HDMI cable I had at my folks place which works fine on various TV's and a projector. Annoyingly I could not even get the menus to work/display while it was connected - the PC image did occasionally flash up for about 1 second. Another cheap looking HDMI cable I tried worked perfectly from my laptop + the menu system then displayed as expected ) A word of warning, out of the box the default brightness is set to 80 which is ridiculously bright, TFT Central measured it as 440 cd/m2 lol Most monitors are not even capable of getting this bright when maxed out. Honestly not surprising so many complain about excessive IPS glow on this screen when default is set so overly bright and they do no realise it. I turned mine down to about 20 and is much less harsh on the eyes and very little IPS glow compared to my last LG 27UD68P 4K screen. This was terrible at it's max brightness which is much less than theXV273K's default 80 setting, though also quite acceptable when turned down to a sensible brightness level. Saying that my XV273K does have a small amount of extra glow 3/4 of the way up the right edge for several inches when viewing a black background. I did not notice this until I searched for it and it is not so bad really. ( Honestly, WHY do high end PC monitors suffer this when not one IPS panel TV has this issue I have personally used??? ) Looking forward to getting back to my gaming PC, currently visiting family and on my laptop, so I can test this screen out for some high fps gaming ^^


That’s right


That's a 1440p panel, there are no other 4k high refresh rate options at this price. Sure if you are after a 1440p 144hz panel there are a quite a few options now and the one you linked seems quite decent.


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