>27", 1440p or 4k, 100hz or more - Exist?

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  1. ZeroRaven

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    Interesting, they have a typo on their product page. "2460"

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    Watch games come to life with vibrant QHD clarity and detail. The precise 2460 x 1440 resolution and impressive 31.5” screen size combine for a thrilling, immersive gaming experience."
     
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    I'm literally in the same boat, juggling between these 2.

    No curve + 165hz + better looking + G-sync = $600. Hard to justify.

    Did you decide? The LG's available now.
     
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    Curved hype seems to be fading same as 3D back in the day. Brand new lineup from Samsung Q9 series and Lg all flat, bet monitors will follow shortly. Always thought it was more of a gimmick than anything else
     
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    when the pretty monitors drop a trend you know it's done.
     
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    I have a 21:9 34" at home and its curved. I wouldn't go a flat version. Needs the slight curve IMO.
     
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    Considering buying the ASUS PG279Q. Thoughts?

    i5 2500k + 970. Doubt I could run games at 1440p. Mostly for general use and a bit of Overwatch/PUBG here and there. Still, might be nice having g-sync + big screen?
     
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    I stopped using G-Sync on my monitor in PUBG. It is smoother but it feels a touch laggier, and I can't stand input lag!
     
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    It sounds like you are waiting like everybody else for the new panels that make up the Asus PG27UQ and the Acer X27. Those things are the holy grail of 144hz, 4ms response, HDR, 4k, G-Sync.
    Lots of delays, and the guess is lots of cash to buy one of these things but prices have not been mentioned by the companies other than "More than US$1000".
    If you can wait longer than that apparently they are also planning to release a PG35UQ, which I'm hoping is a 35" version.
     
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    I'm new to G-sync/input lag - could this be fixed if Pubg had an option to limit the FPS? Or is this done thru the Nvidia control panel? Wouldn't you just disable V-sync, from what I understand there's only input lag when FPS exceeds monitor hz and v-sync kicks in.
     
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    No. Input lag when you alter anything really. V-sync introduces massive amounts. But any post processing or v-sync or the like also introduces some. PUBG just bad anyway. And I'm quite sensitive to it. Shits me off.

    Whilst V-sync isn't much, I do notice a dullness in aiming.
     
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    Soz for for thread hijack - but I'm looking for 27-32" but was hoping to spend under 400 - for gaming. What do you good people think of the monitors listed below?

    $449 https://www.pccasegear.com/products/36624/aoc-agon-ag322fcx-31-5in-freesync-curved-gaming-monitor
    $449 https://www.pccasegear.com/products/41035/msi-optix-g27c2-27in-144hz-curved-gaming-monitor
    $479 https://www.pccasegear.com/products/40070/asus-va32aq-31-5in-eye-care-monitor

    The below monitor would have been an easy budget gaming choice but its white...
    $299 https://www.pccasegear.com/products/40348/aoc-q3279vwf-32in-qhd-freesync-gaming-monitor
     
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    If you hate input lag then check out the following analysis of optimal settings for a gsync monitor https://www.blurbusters.com/gsync/gsync101-input-lag-tests-and-settings/14/

    tl;dr to minimise input lag, leave gsync on, vsync on in nvidia control panel, and vsync off in games.
     
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    Yeah I've seen that. But also seen something that doesn't suggest the same.

    I've tested it as above, compared to no sync or fps caps etc. And for pubg, aiming feels more direct and snappy with everything off.
     
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    Picking up a PG279Q soon. Thought I'd just throw money at the one with all the things. Seems like it'll scale well into the future.
     
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    Ugh. Where are the 35 - 40" 16:9 4k 100hz+ monitors? :thumbdn:
     
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    I went with 4k curved 40 inch ips 60Hz
     

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