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    Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    A beautiful screen married to great image quality.
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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Well I do plan on getting one of these 2,560x1,440 monitors but only after I get a monster from Nvidia or AMD !

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    the PPI is just too low for that size, not acceptable for pc use, maybe console gaming :/

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Quote Originally Posted by 63jax View Post
    the PPI is just too low for that size, not acceptable for pc use, maybe console gaming :/
    How close are you sitting to your screen???

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Shame they have not gone the extra mile and put a 120HZ panel in. Then I might be tempted

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Quote Originally Posted by 63jax View Post
    the PPI is just too low for that size, not acceptable for pc use, maybe console gaming :/
    Seriously? Last time I looked there were quite a few 1080p displays at that size - so this'd definitely be a step up. I'm okay with a 23" at 1080p (and the work's provided a 19" at 900) so I don't think I'd have any problems using this. Curiosity compels me to ask: were you expecting a 4K in this size, or this panel in a smaller size?

    One feature though that appeals - all those inputs and auto-switch between. My crappy LG has to have manual switching.

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Quote Originally Posted by tigertop1 View Post
    Shame they have not gone the extra mile and put a 120HZ panel in. Then I might be tempted
    But 120Hz = TN panel in the vast majority of cases. I'd rather have a gorgeous 60Hz IPS panel that absolutely shone, than getting a washed-out TN panel at double the framerate. Not to mention the fact that if you're able to push a game at 2560x1440 at 120FPS, you're probably using such high-end and expensive graphics hardware, that you're not looking at the £300-400 monitor market.

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Quote Originally Posted by tigertop1 View Post
    Shame they have not gone the extra mile and put a 120HZ panel in. Then I might be tempted
    Currently you can't get a true 120 Hz 1440p panel. Only TN panels can do 120 Hz +.

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Googling this monitor is available around £450 delivered. The Scan price is cheaper (and free delivery for some of us) but they don't currently have it in stock. I'm a fan of shiny screens vs. matt which can look grainy and this looks like a great alternative to the ebay cheap imports. Taking into account import tax it is about £100 more but comes with a 3 year UK warranty and a much better stand. I've seen quite a few 2560x1440 monitors and many of them are based around LG panels (including Apple) and exhibit backlight bleeding usually becasue the housing is just too cheap, Apple being the exception. But it is manageable and partly offset by the unobtrusive IPS glow the panels have. I'm very tempted.

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    I will say I have a crossover 27QW which cost me £237 after tax and has the same panel, yes it may be DVI only and have no OSD, but the saving even compared to this is massive.

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    I'll have to invest in a kill-a-watt meter to see if I can really justify 75W, but an otherwise lovely monitor

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Quote Originally Posted by tealsuki View Post
    cannot be put into a portrait configuration
    ..that's me out, portrait mode is a prerequisite for me.

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    ..that's me out, portrait mode is a prerequisite for me.
    It's VESA-compatible, so you can pop it on a different stand?

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    I'm happy with my Asus G73-JH speakers for movies/tv shows, niche' question but would that mean I'd be happy with this monitors speaking?

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    Re: Reviews - Iiyama ProLite XB2779QS

    Since most of my usage on my current and excellent Acer GD245HQ is 3D 120 Hz is essential. It will come one way or another

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