Asus TUF Gaming VG27VQ - Feedback

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  1. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    Hello guys, whats up?

    I need some feedback on this monitor (on title) anybody using it for general use?

    Not only gaming! Is there any problems with pixels? since its 27 FHD?

    And how are the colors for some not professional photo editing? (From your experience)

    Yeah i have look at rttings for the review..seems good.

    But im looking feedback from an everyday user!

    Thanks!
     
  2. itpro

    itpro Maha Guru

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    It depends on what monitor you are using right now. Eyes get used to PPI. Personally since I moved from 40"-43" FHD TVs to FHD 22-24" monitors and then went to 2K QHD 25-27" ones, I cannot step back. I always suggest ~95 PPI as absolute minimum which equals to 1080p 23".

    If you want a mid tier monitor, I suggest you the LC27G55. It is less than the half price of my LC27G75, those are excellent monitors.

    https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/ee7f208c
     
  3. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    I have a Samsung C27F396 and i can tell you can see the pixels if you are looking for them. Gaming isnt an issue since you are doing alot of motion but watching movies and doing some work or even general use can be very distracting.
    1080p 27" is the bare minimum i would recommend but 1440p is gonna be much better.
     
  4. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    Cant go that high in price.

    The monitor i have on the title, i have find it for 250 euro.

    Now im using a cheap 24 FHD LG.
     

  5. -Tj-

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    Yeah pixels Will be visible, text e.g. here will be ugly -fuzzy.


    1440p minimum for that size.
     
  6. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    Then it doesnt make sense why there are so many 27 FHD monitors out there.
    If i go for QHD im gonna need a lot better gpu also for gaming, thats another problem.
    Oh boy im confused.
     
  7. itpro

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    Once upon a time I had an old trusty nice color capable LG IPS 277L. I thought it was great until it fell from the office and have been broken. Believe me, even a TN 21.5" monitor tv 1080p was much more impressive to my eyes, more clarity with crisp image. I never made the same mistake again. :)
     
  8. Undying

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    One reason - performance

    Monitor you linked have 165hz imagine it had 1440p resolution, it would need an RTX2080 Super to drive it.
     
  9. -Tj-

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    I went from 60hz 24" 1080p to 144hz 27" 1080p and it was a disaster, bought the same 144hz 1080p but went back to 24".

    Couldnt be happier now.

    It's a samsung c24fg73, before it was c27fg73.
     
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    Go for the 24" inch version of the same monitor if you feel unsafe, even if it costs the same or close to it. 24" Asus TUF Gaming VG24VQ is a much superior choice. :)
     

  11. LocoDiceGR

    LocoDiceGR Ancient Guru

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    I dont want 24. I want 27' 100%.

    I will save up for QHD.
     
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    32" 1440p have some pixel density as 24" 1080p.

    If you want size that would make more sense.
     
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    32" qhd is awful. I could see the pixels and needed to render scale game for clarity. :confused:
     
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    1440p isn't as taxing as it sounds from bench. I went up from 1080p, well I felt fps dropping but it wasn't stutterfest like 4k. With a little tweaking it will be tha same or better experience. It all depends on smoothness and response time.
     
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    You have rx5700 which is capable running 1440p and i would not recommend anything slower for it. That said, high refresh rate, high quality and hard to achive if you dont have hardware for it.
     
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    Happy? How is the experience? And i dont think its a budget monitor.

    Colors etc?
     
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    27 inch for 1080p isn t good, u can see pixels and it s not nice, best thing for 27 is to jump to 1440p obviously
     
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    hello guys.

    Samsung C27FG70 and Asus VG27VQ:
    Which one should I choose for gaming?
     
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