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- it depends on the games. Games like BF1 and such I can run wit…
- I would say its definitely worth it if you are willing to lowe…
I normally just go "ultra" in everything as my gpu allows it, but a 144hz frequency will look smoother won't it? Yeah I think I can forgive textures not looking amazing for a better gameplay.
- It says on the specs page theres a Mini-DP port so you'd have …
yeah i only realized that after it was pointed out to me. thanks
- Unfortunately to use SLI i had to take out my Wi-Fi card and s…
- So my friend upgraded his 970 to a 1070. Guess who got a 970 f…
Unfortunately to use SLI i had to take out my Wi-Fi card and sandwich them together. Not my most preferred option but I guess better to learn that now.
- That's pretty good. Its the bigger brother of my current 144hz…
- I'd either go 4k or 3440x1440 ultrawide like the preadator x34…
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ASUS MG278Q Black 27" 144 Hz (GTG) WQHD HDMI Widescreen 2560 x 1440 LED Monitor
Hard finding one for around $350, not a fan of the curve though
I'd go with the ASUS MG279Q instead. IPS > TN any day.
I made an image comparing the three common panel types awhile back; should help you get an idea of the difference in color.
While you're too late since its already in its way, what's ips and tn and what's it mean?
IPS (in-plane switching) panels were made to combat TN (twisted nematic)'s poor color reproduction and viewing angles. The colors are significantly deeper and more vibrant, contrast is generally better, and you can view them from just about any angle without distortion. If you look at an image of food on an IPS monitor, it looks real, as if you could touch it. On a TN panel on the other hand, food looks rather dark, dull, and unimpressive.
That's pretty good. Its the bigger brother of my current 144hz monitor.
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- Its a sort of mounting rail for 2.5" drives in laptops. F…
- Has it been that long man? I remember pt14. Been on lurk mode since.
2 years of Backroom
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