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Please Suggest 27" IPS Monitor (Budget 20k) (Full HD)

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Yugal Hinduja

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Yugal Hinduja

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Re: Please Suggest 27" IPS Monitor (Budget 20k) (Full HD)

At what distance do you sit from your monitor? Standard like 2 feet or more? Mention a figure.

Standard 2 feets. It's for gaming system. My first priority is gaming.
I may use it as TV later on (will directly connect set top box to display). Distance if I use it as TV would be 2 meters. But for TV the max resolution I can get from DTH service providers is 1080p. So I expect atleast 1080p monitor (although my preference would be 1440p, if my budget allows)

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Please consider the fact that I have Sapphire R9 270X Vapor 2GB OC GPU.
Is this card suitable for 1440p??
 
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Nerevarine

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Not at all, R9 270X will barely pull off ultra on 1080p, 1440p is pushing it
Medium settings will be fine but then again, why would you purchase a 1440p monitor just to play on medium settings
 
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Yugal Hinduja

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Not at all, R9 270X will barely pull off ultra on 1080p, 1440p is pushing it
Medium settings will be fine but then again, why would you purchase a 1440p monitor just to play on medium settings

So, please suggest me a best 1080p display under 20k (distance: standard 2 feets).
 
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Yugal Hinduja

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BenQ 27" LED GW2760HS -20,300. (theitdepot.com)

At a similar price i can get an AH-IPS panel example HP Pavilion 27FI, AOC 27" etc.
The display you suggested is VA type. Is this panel better than those entry level IPS in terms of colour reproduction and accuracy?
 

ithehappy

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Re: Please Suggest 27" IPS Monitor (Budget 20k) (Full HD)

At a similar price i can get an AH-IPS panel example HP Pavilion 27FI, AOC 27" etc.
The display you suggested is VA type. Is this panel better than those entry level IPS in terms of colour reproduction and accuracy?
No, I don't believe VA panels are better than IPS for colour accuracy. However I like VA panel more than anything else, cause it gives a decent amount of colour accuracy (and with calibration very good) and the contrast ratio is WAY better than entry level IPS. As I said before as long as you are not into professional photo editing thingy, VA is way more than enough, even TN is okay.

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Look at Korean displays.
And suffer a miserable life? :facepalm:
 

The Incinerator

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He is gonna use it for gaming , it fine for gaming. I'm using a 46 inch 1080p for gaming and that's fine too. Its the size that matters over pixel density. Had it been photo editing for Nat Geo I would have asked him to go the NEC route.
 

rixon.d9

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Re: Please Suggest 27" IPS Monitor (Budget 20k) (Full HD)

ASUS PA248Q 24inch IPS panel monitor.

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I may use it as TV later on (will directly connect set top box to display)
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Can you tell me how to do that . I too have a 24inch monitor with HDMI and DISH HD STB . Is it direct connection from STB to monitor or need tuner ?
 
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