Question Choosing is 1440p 144Hz Monitor

Ackalap

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Nov 23, 2015
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Hi there,

I'm looking to upgrade from my old 1080p 60Hz to 1440p and 144Hz (or higher). I've found a few options with reasonable enough prices (300-400 ish) but I could use a hand choosing between then. I mostly play singleplayer RPG style
games so low latency is not as important to me as picture quality and colour accuracy etc. So here are the ones I found:
  • Samsung Odyssey LC27G55TQWUXEN 27" G55
  • MSI Optix AG32CQ
  • AOC CQ32G1 31.5"
  • ASUS TUF Gaming VG27WQ
  • Acer VG270UP
If anyone has experience with any of these and could either recommend or rule out some of them then that'd be great. Of course if you've better alternatives then I'd love to hear them. Ideally I don't want to go too far above 400 euro
I've the (maybe outdated) opinion that my peripherals shouldn't cost more than my graphics card.
 

dimtodim

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Sep 4, 2018
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Hi there,

I'm looking to upgrade from my old 1080p 60Hz to 1440p and 144Hz (or higher). I've found a few options with reasonable enough prices (300-400 ish) but I could use a hand choosing between then. I mostly play singleplayer RPG style
games so low latency is not as important to me as picture quality and colour accuracy etc. So here are the ones I found:
  • Samsung Odyssey LC27G55TQWUXEN 27" G55
  • MSI Optix AG32CQ
  • AOC CQ32G1 31.5"
  • ASUS TUF Gaming VG27WQ
  • Acer VG270UP
If anyone has experience with any of these and could either recommend or rule out some of them then that'd be great. Of course if you've better alternatives then I'd love to hear them. Ideally I don't want to go too far above 400 euro
I've the (maybe outdated) opinion that my peripherals shouldn't cost more than my graphics card.
check acer nitro
https://www.amazon.de/s?k=acer+nitro&rh=n:340843031,n:429868031&af={"quartzVehicle":"29-320","replacementKeywords":"acer"}&dc&__mk_de_DE=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&qid=1602796931&rnid=1703609031&ref=sr_nr_n_3
 

Ackalap

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Yes actually the Acer VG270UP is actually part of the Nitro line. But I've actually found a really good deal on a Dell S3220DGF, it's about 150 euro off at the moment if I also put in the student discounts that Dell gives so I think I might go for that.
 

dimtodim

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Sep 4, 2018
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Yes actually the Acer VG270UP is actually part of the Nitro line. But I've actually found a really good deal on a Dell S3220DGF, it's about 150 euro off at the moment if I also put in the student discounts that Dell gives so I think I might go for that.
i dont like curved monitors :)
 

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