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ragingwookiee
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This is a fantastic deal on a 27" g-sync 144hz 1440p monitor.

I would jump on it except that it's a TN panel and I've only ever owned IPS panels. Feedback seems to be that you can do all the tweaking in the world, but the TN panel will still look weird.

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The good news is that Dell is now starting to incorporate G-sync in their monitors. Well, that's not really "good" news because Gsync is an nvidia board that they sell to monitor manufacturers and it drives up the cost, and I want that technology to be universal so that all monitors can do this without buying nVidia hardware. But G-sync can be a great PC gaming upgrade, and I have been waiting for other companies besides Asus and Acer to start putting out Gsync monitors.

But Dell should know better than to just put this inside a TN panel. They need to have their Ultrasharp IPS panel monitors with Gsync. They'd probably charge like $700-$900, but I usually buy one or two monitors per decade for my PC.

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