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Originally Posted by MenacingTuba View Post

This is the best all around Nvidia 3D display. Memory Express Price matches
Get them to price match here for a total of 540.99$:
http://www.hookbag.ca/product/H3C06MOJ4/
@ Canadians: Always use Price & Shopbot.ca to compare prices. Canada post also has price comparison site. Both NCIX & Memory Express price match, memory express will beat any price though.
http://www.shopbot.ca/m/?m=asus%20vg278h


Can't thank you enough for recommendation, just got my 278h for $540! Monitor is brilliant no dead or stuck pixels, no bleed associated with this model, one word-perfect. I think I would recommend this one to all. I went from 24" to 27" and can say that pixel pitch isn't that noticeable. Also comes with nvidia 2 glasses and 3d is just stunning. Unfortunately if you plan to watch 3d movies on PC you have to acquire some of paying players like powerdvd or similar, no proper player on installation disc for blurry.
All in all my best buy this year
Cheers
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 920 D0 @ 4.0 HT On ASUS P6TD Deluxe EVGA GTX 690 Corsair XMS 1600 C7 6GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD 640GB and 1TB caviar black LITE-ON Black DVD+- Writer LightScribe Support Windows 7 professional OEM Samsung 2443BW-HAS 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
I-ROCKS KR-6820E-BK back lit gaming keyboard Corsair TX750 CM Cosmos 1000 Logitech MX 518 
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Black&Waker
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 920 D0 @ 4.0 HT On ASUS P6TD Deluxe EVGA GTX 690 Corsair XMS 1600 C7 6GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD 640GB and 1TB caviar black LITE-ON Black DVD+- Writer LightScribe Support Windows 7 professional OEM Samsung 2443BW-HAS 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
I-ROCKS KR-6820E-BK back lit gaming keyboard Corsair TX750 CM Cosmos 1000 Logitech MX 518 
Mouse Pad
Razor GOLIATHUS 
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Originally Posted by Damir Poljak View Post

Can't thank you enough for recommendation, just got my 278h for $540! Monitor is brilliant no dead or stuck pixels, no bleed associated with this model, one word-perfect. I think I would recommend this one to all. I went from 24" to 27" and can say that pixel pitch isn't that noticeable. Also comes with nvidia 2 glasses and 3d is just stunning. Unfortunately if you plan to watch 3d movies on PC you have to acquire some of paying players like powerdvd or similar, no proper player on installation disc for blurry.
All in all my best buy this year
Cheers

The Asus is very good, possibly the best 27" for nvidia 3d vision, you pay for it though.

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Originally Posted by matthiggins7 View Post

Thanks for the input dude! I think those reviews have sealed the deal!
I dont mind the calibration, no use for the 3D and going too be wall mounted
Awesome price and deal at the moment
http://www.yoyotech.co.uk/item-detail.php?products_id=4377258

Glad you liked it, it's definitely a fast monitor, but how do you find the feel and look of it in reality?
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