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Old Aug 8, 2020, 08:41 PM   #37
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Originally Posted by KAC View Post
I have been using Asus PG279Q for 2+ years. I still recommend it. Has Gsync, 165Hz, great colors once you tinker with it but is IPS not VA. I don’t mind it. There is a 32 inch 4K also in a similar range but it is only 60 Hz and why I never bought it.

Should be a cheap buy around 600 bucks.
I looked over the PG279QV (new version of yours) quite closely. After comparing reviews and specs for about an hour, I decided there was absolutely nothing there to warrant the additional cost. The TUF model also supports GSYNC, it's just one of the "GSYNC compatible" models. Which is good enough for me. The ROG model is full GSYNC with the onboard components.

I'm looking around at 32" 4k, but nothing really strikes me as something I want to jump on.

All the good 38" displays are going to be $1000+ more. So I think I'm going to eliminate them.
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