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Topic # 182467 16-Oct-2015 20:34
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Just wondering if anybody here has the below monitor?

AOC Q2778VQE $579
http://www.playtech.co.nz/afawcs0139235/CATID=508/ID=26168/SID=234735649/productdetails.html

Seems an OK price for a 1440p screen compared to a lot of other options out there. And I'm too poor to go 4K (my gtx 970 wouldnt cope) and not at all keen on ordering via overseas. 
Its to be used for a bit of gaming primarily ( witcher 3, borderlands etc).
If anybody has it and could feed back would be appreciated.
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  Reply # 1408055 16-Oct-2015 20:43
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Quite overpriced really.IVe got a 1440p shimian i was thinking of selling if that interests you?

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  Reply # 1408064 16-Oct-2015 21:20
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ludez: Quite overpriced really.IVe got a 1440p shimian i was thinking of selling if that interests you?


What price were you looking to get for your shimian?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1408068 16-Oct-2015 21:34
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Handle9:
ludez: Quite overpriced really.IVe got a 1440p shimian i was thinking of selling if that interests you?


What price were you looking to get for your shimian?


As he said :-)
What size etc is it?
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  Reply # 1408072 16-Oct-2015 21:50
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Loismustdye: Just wondering if anybody here has the below monitor?

AOC Q2778VQE $579
http://www.playtech.co.nz/afawcs0139235/CATID=508/ID=26168/SID=234735649/productdetails.html

Seems an OK price for a 1440p screen compared to a lot of other options out there. And I'm too poor to go 4K (my gtx 970 wouldnt cope) and not at all keen on ordering via overseas. 
Its to be used for a bit of gaming primarily ( witcher 3, borderlands etc).
If anybody has it and could feed back would be appreciated.
Cheers



I don't have this model - mine's a 27" BenQ 2560x1440 - but this form factor is brilliant, and it works well on a mid-range graphics card (Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX970).

I'll never go back to a "high definition" monitor.




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  Reply # 1408078 16-Oct-2015 22:19
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Mine is a 27" 1440p pixel perfect s-ips.is amazing for gaming and content consumption.
Price im unsure on like $420?

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  Reply # 1408124 17-Oct-2015 08:20
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Im fully open to offers though



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  Reply # 1408315 17-Oct-2015 17:45
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Sideface:
Loismustdye: Just wondering if anybody here has the below monitor?

AOC Q2778VQE $579
http://www.playtech.co.nz/afawcs0139235/CATID=508/ID=26168/SID=234735649/productdetails.html

Seems an OK price for a 1440p screen compared to a lot of other options out there. And I'm too poor to go 4K (my gtx 970 wouldnt cope) and not at all keen on ordering via overseas. 
Its to be used for a bit of gaming primarily ( witcher 3, borderlands etc).
If anybody has it and could feed back would be appreciated.
Cheers



I don't have this model - mine's a 27" BenQ 2560x1440 - but this form factor is brilliant, and it works well on a mid-range graphics card (Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX970).

I'll never go back to a "high definition" monitor.


Thanks for that, there is a couple benq Models floating about as well that look nice, just the one linked is cheaper and I'm a tightarse lol.

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  Reply # 1408347 17-Oct-2015 18:54
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Loismustdye:
Sideface: .... I don't have this model - mine's a 27" BenQ 2560x1440 - but this form factor is brilliant, and it works well on a mid-range graphics card (Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX970).

I'll never go back to a "high definition" monitor.


Thanks for that, there is a couple benq Models floating about as well that look nice, just the one linked is cheaper and I'm a tightarse lol.


I have to confess that I've just bought a 32" BenQ 2560x1440 as well - worth every cent, and easy on the eyes with prolonged use.

It's amazing how quickly you can get used to a larger monitor - I thought that the 27" BenQ was big - until I bought the 32" one  smile




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