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    Aorus FI27Q-P

    Turning the dial up to 165Hz.
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    Re: Aorus FI27Q-P

    Doesn't seem like that bad a price, these days... Not in any way good, especially at my level, but cheaper than some.
    I think my current screen was more brand new and it's nowhere near as good as these.
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    Re: Aorus FI27Q-P

    £120 more for DP 1.4 on a panel that can barely display HDR is a fool's choice.

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    Re: Aorus FI27Q-P

    While it's in your hands Hexus, how low can the monitor go? (How much space at the lowest setting is between the bottom of the monitor and the surface?)

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    Re: Aorus FI27Q-P

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    While it's in your hands Hexus, how low can the monitor go? (How much space at the lowest setting is between the bottom of the monitor and the surface?)
    Unfortunately we no longer have the monitor in our possession, however I've reached out to Aorus and have been told "there is a 10cm gap at its lowest point." Hope that helps.

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    Re: Aorus FI27Q-P

    Quote Originally Posted by Parm View Post
    Unfortunately we no longer have the monitor in our possession, however I've reached out to Aorus and have been told "there is a 10cm gap at its lowest point." Hope that helps.
    Great, thank you.

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