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    Noxstar
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    Any 144Hz Monitor Suggestions?

    I'm planning on buying a new 144Hz monitor since my old one was defective and I have no clue what to get. My budget is <$400 and I'm just looking to see what's good on amazon to get on cyber monday.
    I'm looking to get things in quality vs. price

    * 1920x1080p or 1440 if it's curved (I don't really care which one)
    * I don't care whether it's 24 or 27 inch
    * maybe a curved screen, I've never tried one
    * G-sync or G-sync compatible (Honestly don't care which one as long as it doesn't have a major tradeoff for its price)
    * 144Hz or Up

    The one I'm looking at getting right now is https://www.amazon.com/VG278Q-G-Sync...cs&sr=1-5&th=1 https://www.amazon.com/PG248Q-G-SYNC.../dp/B01M4II4M4 and https://www.amazon.com/LG-27GL83A-B-...s%2C127&sr=1-3 but I'd like to see my options
    (Oh and maybe a new mouse cuz this corsair one ain't holding up that well )

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    I don't recommend the vg248qe. Really old model and there are better monitors picture-wise nowadays. Dont know too much about new monitors nowadays but this one seems good. Freesync will work with your nvidia gpu now after the update nvidia did a few months ago. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A0ZRR50...ogi&th=1&psc=1

    edit: also don't recommend a 27 inch monitor if you are buying 1080p. You'll be able to notice the pixels at that ratio.

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    I just bought this https://i.gyazo.com/thumb/1200/8149d...3da3e5-png.jpg
    We'll see how it performs

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    The Asus PG27Q is one of the best panels you can get these days if you have the budget for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nV View Post
    I just bought this https://i.gyazo.com/thumb/1200/8149d...3da3e5-png.jpg
    We'll see how it performs
    Why would you buy a SATA ssd!!! You should’ve bought an NVMe M.2 drive for about $30 more. Maybe it was your budget or your mobo doesn’t have a m.2 slot but if that’s not the case then that was a mistake

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    Quote Originally Posted by xJamesBond View Post
    Why would you buy a SATA ssd!!! You should’ve bought an NVMe M.2 drive for about $30 more. Maybe it was your budget or your mobo doesn’t have a m.2 slot but if that’s not the case then that was a mistake
    Living the college life budget

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    Quote Originally Posted by nV View Post
    Living the college life budget
    I will pay the extra cost if your mobo supports m.2

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    Quote Originally Posted by xJamesBond View Post
    I will pay the extra cost if your mobo supports m.2
    Naw ,dw man! I appreciate the offer though

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