Sometime later this month, should I purchase an Asus PB278Q monitor? - Results (37 votes)
Yes. (retails at around $600).
54.05% (20 votes)
21.62% (8 votes)
Only if it ever goes on sale.
24.32% (9 votes)
This poll is now closed.
I currently have 2 Acer S230HL-a bd (1920x1080 or 3840x1080) monitors. If I picked up that single 1440p monitor I would probably get rid of my dual set up. I really like the PB279Q from everything I'm seeing about it.
I would probably have to get a beefeier GPU though. Currently, I have a Sapphire 7850 2GB. What's the best single GPU card that can run @ 1440p? 7990? 290x? etc. If it comes down to purchasing the monitor along with a gpu, I would prefer the gpu to save me some money but money isn't exactly an issue. --- The PC gaming Master Race will never die out. We will continue to train, raise, and breed Master Race. http://www.youtube.com/user/PCGamingMasterRace87/videos
290x does pretty well at 1440p, and is a lot cheaper than a 7990 currently (but wait for the aftermarket cooler versions),
SLI 280x's will also do the job if you want to go that route.
if you're willing to take a risk go for a korean 1440p monitor, mine is nearly flawless and it was $340. (qnix qx2710, buy from accessorieswhole) --- Xbox Live Gamertag: VegetarianEater "This is very heavy, and this, may I remind you, is on fire." -Moony (Moony and Broon Show)
I know, I said around to leave out specifics. Close enough? I have it on watch on most sites. From PCpartpicker, Amazon, to Newegg etc. --- The PC gaming Master Race will never die out. We will continue to train, raise, and breed Master Race. http://www.youtube.com/user/PCGamingMasterRace87/videos