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    Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    And showcases the flat but very fast (0.5ms / 240Hz) Aorus KD25F FPS gaming monitor.
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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    27" Full HD... the cringes...

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by GinoLatino View Post
    27" Full HD... the cringes...
    is it really that bad though? I've got a 1440p and was legitimately thinking of perhaps going back down. Kind of makes me sad that I can't get stable fps in some games, kind of makes the upgrade of a GPU less frequen as well no?

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Hexus

    a 'super immersive' curvature of 1500R
    Does anyone outside marketing departments really believe that, on a 27" monitor?

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by zaphod159 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GinoLatino View Post
    27" Full HD... the cringes...
    is it really that bad though? I've got a 1440p and was legitimately thinking of perhaps going back down. Kind of makes me sad that I can't get stable fps in some games, kind of makes the upgrade of a GPU less frequen as well no?
    I know someone who got a 1080p 27" and decided it was a mistake. My personal limit is 24" for 1080. I currently run 27" 4K which you might say is pointless however once you've been spoiled by high PPI mobile phone and tablet displays, you start to notice just how pixelated standard resolution monitors are.

    Another thing I've noticed is that displaying non native resolutions has got loads better since the early days of LCD so it may be worth trying 1080p on your existing display and seeing how it looks. It must be said, it does very much depend on what you're viewing. Fast paced games with loads of movement are less likely to suffer in my experience.

    At the end of the day, when all is said and done and when the clichés have all been thoroughly abused.... it's all subjective anyway. It doesn't matter that I would notice the large pixels on a 27" 1080p display and that it would get to me if you don't notice it and it doesn't bother you. All it means is you have saved yourself some cash.

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by zaphod159 View Post
    is it really that bad though? I've got a 1440p and was legitimately thinking of perhaps going back down. Kind of makes me sad that I can't get stable fps in some games, kind of makes the upgrade of a GPU less frequen as well no?
    I'm surprised, do you have Freesync or Gsync?

    I must admit I went 27" 1440p more for work than for gaming as I can cram an awful lot of text on screen, but it does make games look pretty.

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Not sure this is really a 'tactical' monitor.....
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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    I went with 28" for 4k and wish I'd gone bigger but for scaled productivity I can't fault it, and I've got used to it for everything else.

    Knowing how long term an investment it is to most people, I just couldn't justifying splashing out on a 1080p screen these days unless an exisitng monitor had gone totally tits up and I was desperate.

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Yet another boring "gaming" display that lacks the features I want. Probably expensive too.

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    OSD Sidekick:You can now control the monitor through this software and control your OSD with mouse and keyboard. A much easier way to adjust your monitor.
    Actually that's not a bad feature, beats trying to use a titchy joystick or fiddle with buttons placed in awkward places.

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Well the Aorus AD27QD is 1440p at 27" 144Hz IPS for probably around the same price as these, if not less, and still comes with all that tactical overlay gubbins.
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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    Not sure this is really a 'tactical' monitor.....
    Operating more at the strategic level then? These displays really must be getting some solid onboard AI now...

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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Rad77 View Post
    Operating more at the strategic level then? These displays really must be getting some solid onboard AI now...
    It cannot be a tactical monitor without PALS/MOLLE, picatinny rails, laser sights, IR reflective paint, and all the other gubbins!
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    Re: Gigabyte launches 1500R Aorus CV27F gaming monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Friesiansam View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hexus

    a 'super immersive' curvature of 1500R
    Does anyone outside marketing departments really believe that, on a 27" monitor?

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