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    Gigabyte shows off trio of VRR gaming monitors

    The G27F, G27QC, and G32QC range from a flat FHD 144Hz, to a curved QHD 165Hz monitor.
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    Re: Gigabyte shows off trio of VRR gaming monitors

    Why are companies insisting on put HDR400 in their panels? It's a token gesture to make their monitors appear better and have the HDR logo on the spec sheet. Most tests shave shown good SDR implementation is better than HDR 400.

    HDR1000 or not even bother.
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    Re: Gigabyte shows off trio of VRR gaming monitors

    I had to Google VRR. For anyone else who doesn't know every acronym off by heart it probably means 'variable refresh rate', although that could be wrong as I'm pretty sure most monitors already support variable - or at least multiple - refresh rates.

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