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pilyakaleksTopic starter

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Monitor Selection
« on: 13-March-18, 11:07:20 »

Hi everybody! Recently I ran into the question of buying a new game monitor. I looked through many forums and blogs, looked at the reviews and corresponded with people from different countries. Many of they said that there are even problems with HDMI cables and that it's better to sit on a standard VGA since it transmits faster frames. As for USB, there are also a lot of nuances ... In general ... Based  multiple tips, I've covered the following options: LG 34UC79G-B 34-Inch, Dell U3417W FR3PK 34-Inch Screen Led-Lit Monitor and HP 27-inch FHD Curved Monitor with AMD Freesync Technology. But I'm newbie to all these things and I want to ask the advice of experienced gamers. For convenience, leave a link where exactly all three types of monitors listed by me are collected. I will wait for your answers! Thank you for attention!

https://www.bestadvisor.com/best-curved-monitors
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« Reply #1 on: 13-March-18, 12:25:40 »

Stick with displayPort/HDMI.
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« Reply #2 on: 13-March-18, 16:41:28 »

I agree stick with a HDMI or Display Port Connection!
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« Reply #3 on: 14-March-18, 08:59:57 »

Ok, but what monitor would you recommend to me?:undecided:
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« Reply #4 on: 14-March-18, 09:16:45 »

I wouldn't really expect anyone here to recommend BenQ, Iiyama or anything, as you are on MSI forum. And MSI has their own monitors lineup..
I can only advise to look at monitors that are 27" and have 144Hz refresh rate such as >>THIS<< one. Anything bigger? Go 1440p or 4K. 27" is honestly max for 1080p and anything bigger with 1080p resolution will look terrible.
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« Reply #5 on: 15-March-18, 10:20:52 »

Forgive me if I touched upon the brands of competitors. I did not think about it. It seemed to me that the democratic discussions will not be severely criticized ... And the rescue is great for the answers! They really helped me!) Have a nice day:hypocrite:
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