ASUS VZ279QG1R is a 27-inch IPS gaming display that minimizes motion blur with its own ELMB

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    tsunami231 Ancient Guru

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    Can i have 1440p/4k verison of this with TN panel? yah that anit happen everything is IPS( ips glow is deal breaker) and sup par VA (ridiculous slow response time and overshoot) compare to 55" tv that I have 15~25ms response time and zero over shoot at 60hz.

    Maybe i just to picky or i grew up and when standards where much higher and quality mattered which made me unwilling to worse standards.

    I will probably be dead before i see a 27" 1440p/4k oled for 399$ if it ever happen maybe this will replace it and actual be soon and cheaper
     
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    Neo Cyrus Ancient Guru

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    It's (probably) going to be several thousand more years before you'll see a 27" 1440p+ OLED for $400 USD, until then, for the price this is the best option available IMO if you get it on a good sale (use coupon/saving apps to auto find). I got it from Dell Canada at $100 CAD off +$130 more off with a coupon. So far it's been mostly great. The only critical flaw is that out of the box the HDR mapping in games/fullscreen is broken and you have to go into the menu to fix it (turn on "console mode" then through that turn on "source tone map"). Unlike the original version it has user upgradable firmware, so maybe a fix will come.

    There are upcoming monitors that are 1440p 240Hz OLEDs, but AFAIK those start at $1K USD and aren't as likely as Dell monitors to quickly go on sale.

    Edit: I forgot that in the US the LG C2 can be found for $800. So if you don't mind an enormous 42" TV sitting on your desk, that's an option.
     
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    user1 Ancient Guru

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    recently purchased the 1440p 165hz ips version of this monitor, it was on sale at local retail for ~225$ usd, a steal, its alot better than I thought it would be , latency is good, has elmb . Its worth it if you have a really old monitor like I did (16:10 monitor from 2007) and you can find it for a good price. I was trying to hold out for an oled or qned display but it looks like it will still be some time until that tech hits monitor land for a reasonable price.
     

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    XenthorX Ancient Guru

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    How far should you be from the panel ? The resolution seem a bit low for a 27"?
    My 4K panels are 27-28" but I literally have my nose on it.
     
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    i very picky about something i gona be infront daily, ips glow is deal break less one hit lotto get panel with out any ips glow it a no go and all them i tried suffer from it. VA is option if i find panel that same response time and zero over shoot like my current TV is, but i have not seen single VA panel that has been able to match that. the one the i seen that about same have horrid over shoot or have really bad response time and no overshoot.

    I been thinking of getting LG oled TV 42 doing away with tv/monitor combo, but even if i mounted 42" on wall that would way to close when sitting at desk. though if i get one on really nice sale i would probably buy it

    For now i will settle for TN panel that 1440p/4k with free sync/gsync compatibility which seem impossible to find most new TN panel i see are 1080p and i want min of 1440p now

    i wish my didnt have bad ocd in that regard, other wise i would just left be. but i refuse to have worse quality then current monitor
     
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    yeah finding a 1440p tn panel is tough these days, they do sell them , usually expensive unfortunately.
     
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    i know i should of bought monitor with DP all those years ago, now i need DP to HDMI cable or i need to buy GPU from Asus and or gigabyte only brands i see that do gpu with 2 hdmi ports i can find and there only ceritan cards, and neither are brands of gpu i want, I think rather get MSI over either the 2
     

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