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Best budget 1440P 27" monitor


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1 hour ago, Bond007 said:

Add on to my last. Haven’t looked into monitors in a while, but this monitor ticks A LOT of positives for the price of $330.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07V39QHMY?tag=pcp0f-20&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1

That does not look bad at all.

 

ps I’ll get our site admin to turn the ads down as I am aware there are too damn many!!

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51 minutes ago, Soullessone21 said:

That does not look bad at all.

 

ps I’ll get our site admin to turn the ads down as I am aware there are too damn many!!

Yes please. They are huge as well. And one just brought me to an add page that I had to X out in order to display this page.

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That would be great! However it is looking like the fellow I am shopping for will need to spend less on a monitor. Now I am wondering about a 27" 1080P display. I think I will have to go with something ~$200. He wants a full rig including Display + Keyboard and Mouse for $1000 including shipping and taxes...

 

https://www.newegg.ca/benq-gw2780-27-full-hd/p/1DH-007Y-00003?Item=1DH-007Y-00003

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7 hours ago, Mightyunit said:

That would be great! However it is looking like the fellow I am shopping for will need to spend less on a monitor. Now I am wondering about a 27" 1080P display. I think I will have to go with something ~$200. He wants a full rig including Display + Keyboard and Mouse for $1000 including shipping and taxes...

 

https://www.newegg.ca/benq-gw2780-27-full-hd/p/1DH-007Y-00003?Item=1DH-007Y-00003

Ugh. $1k for everything means compromises for sure. I think you are going to find very quickly that looking at the used market for some of the purchases is going to be the best way to go. Get a basic keyboard and mouse new (<$50), a used monitor (21.5-23”) most likely, something like a b450 motherboard and 2600 cpu, and the best used graphics card with the remaining budget.
 

$1k for the tower is t bad, but all in is hard. My main consideration would be making it good enough for now, but having a solid mob, power supply, and a case he is happy with....the rest is easy to upgrade over time.

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Thank you for the input. I am taking my thread sideways and I want to talk about the rest of his potential system. May I ask what you think of older intel system: 6700K, 16GB ram, ASUS z170i PRO Gaming, 275GB SSD, 3TB HDD, Thermaltake Core V1 case, EVGA 750watt for $700. I have a system like that I could sell him. Do you think 6700k is to slow for someone that just wants to game? Are 4C 8T now considered inadequate? 

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32 minutes ago, Mightyunit said:

Thank you for the input. I am taking my thread sideways and I want to talk about the rest of his potential system. May I ask what you think of older intel system: 6700K, 16GB ram, ASUS z170i PRO Gaming, 275GB SSD, 3TB HDD, Thermaltake Core V1 case, EVGA 750watt for $700. I have a system like that I could sell him. Do you think 6700k is to slow for someone that just wants to game? Are 4C 8T now considered inadequate? 

Think those specs are solid and for itx rig would do great is it using a gtx 1070? if so it will be a great gaming rig 🙂 price to is not bad at all

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