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2560 x 1440
Response Time (G2G)
178° H x 178° V
- 19 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build First time build in H510 Elite
I got a good deal on it ($70 off when it literally just came out) and to me it's completely worth it. 27", IPS, 144Hz, lowest total input lag of any monitor with the same specs (check out hardwareunboxed), and it's only downside is poor contrast ratio which isn't even that much lower than comparable monitors in the price segment.
Perfect colours, no BLB, some IPS glow but minimal, and a surprisingly good stand though it can't swivel. 10/10 if you pay MSRP it's also cheaper than the Aorus, and overpriced 4 year old Asus monitor
- 13 points
- 1 day ago
from completed build 1440p 144hz G-Sync Compatible
The colors are just amazing and the ips glow is non existent, I wish it had better contrast but it's not really that bad since I'm used to a basic TN panel so I can live with that, but it's something to have in mind if you already have a good panel. The freesync works perfectly with nvidia cards as you would expect having the G-Sync compatible certification, no flickering or any other issues. I got a VA freesync monitor before this one but I returned it because it had severe flickering at low fps.