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Asus PB278Q 27 1440p monitor

#11DanielOcean11Posted 12/18/2013 1:37:59 AM
SythisTaru posted...
1440P looks worse than 1080p confirmed.

Troll post, pls ignore.
Having experienced 1440p, I can say 1080p is a noticeable step down.
#12Xeeh_BitzPosted 12/18/2013 6:13:02 AM
I have that monitor as well, games look more crisp and my favorite is all the added space on your desktop.
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#13ShadowGomamonPosted 12/23/2013 9:00:51 AM
cynicwithin2000 posted...
If you planning on upgrading your GPU to the 800 series, I can highly recommend picking up that monitor. I've had one for almost a year and it has been the best monitor I've ever owned. I'm not sure about AMD cards, but you can over clock the refresh rate very well on it with a nvidia GPU. I have had mine stable at 80hz for over 6 months with no issues what so ever. 1440p @80fps has been great. Especially with the beautiful picture this monitor has.

On the off chance you see this week old post...

I dabbled in overclocking my 60hz monitor in the NCP and got it up to 71Hz stable. It's over 10FPS more when using VSync which is great.

However, whenever I start a full screen game the screen flashes and drops back to 60Hz.

Since you seem to be familiar with monitor overclocks, do you know what I'm doing incorrectly?
#14SuigintouEVPosted 12/23/2013 10:38:14 AM
*remembers when you could run your 1600x1200 Sony Professional CRTs at 85hz+ and it wasn't called overclocking*

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#15Killah PriestPosted 12/23/2013 10:40:57 AM
How is the bleed on these?

I can't stand any amount of bleed which is the only reason I haven't pulled the trigger on it.

its been like 4-500 since they released the 4k version.
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