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    Asus TUF VG27AQL1A

    A fine choice for silky smooth QHD gaming.
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    Re: Asus TUF VG27AQL1A

    £519.

    We could all have better monitors RIGHT NOW, if it wasn't for greed and the slow creep of better tech.

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    Re: Asus TUF VG27AQL1A

    Ye-haw another QHD monitor at 27", that really plugs a gap in the market while we wait for the £3k FALD screens or OLEDs too large for desktop use.

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    Re: Asus TUF VG27AQL1A

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBANGerZ View Post
    Ye-haw another QHD monitor at 27",
    Well I like 27" WQHD monitors, so bring on the competition I say.

    This one is a bit beyond my price range (the one I am using was already on the high end) but it all helps.

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    Re: Asus TUF VG27AQL1A

    Acer XV272U on Scan for £360 looks like the same spec, including being G-sync compatible and DisplayHDR400.

    Doesn't have the 170hz headline figure though, 'only' 144hz.

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