Asus ROG Swift VG27AQ
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  • Great for 1440p
  • Good refresh rate and response time
  • Lots of features, but not all are necessary
  • Not the cheapest option on the market
  • Comes with a lot of boxes

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Asus VG27AQ REVIEW! A REAL 1MS MONITOR WITH NO MOTION BLUR (VG27AQL1A Newer Available)
I don't know it's kind of tough, because it's a solid gaming experience, 110 percent, but but I would feel like this monitor - is more fairly priced around 450 bucks. Maybe if it you know, was on sale for about 400 bucks. I think that would be a steal if you like, playing with higher resolution high refresh rate, solid color, no motion blur Jason compatibility, real one millisecond like what monitor Hasbro one millisecond and can back it up without ghosting and trailing
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Too Much Tech
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Asus VG27AQ Review, The Value 1440p 165Hz IPS Option from Asus
It's also wide gamut, where the vg27aq is not the downside to the viewsonic monitor being its worst design, with no height adjustability. There is an exception to this, though, and that is if you want to use backlight strobing for increased motion clarity. The vx27582 kpmhd also has this capability, but it can't be used with adaptive sync simultaneously
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Hardware Unboxed
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Specs

Display Type

LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

Energy Class

Class F

Energy Class (HDR)

Class G

Diagonal Size

24.5"