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Count me in with Achievia Shimian QH270-Lite and Gigabyte Radeon 7970 OC.
post #22 of 6172
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I know I don`t have 1440p + but I'm looking for the cheapest matte monitor that's 1440p plus so the catleaps are out. Thanks.
Also with all the ocing 670s discussion I'd like to add my results. 1287 boost and +400 men right now. Still pushing it though, and as I don't have a 680 PCB card I probably won't unlock the voltage.

 

Honestly these Korean 1440p monitors became a life saver for many of us. Especially me. Here in Turkey a Dell U2711 costs around 1000$ due to taxes and other stuff so I never thought I would go for that monitor, hence I learned about the Korean displays 2 weeks ago and I got one myself for a total of 410$ including customs fee. In my case it was a great deal. And definitely worth it. I have a little bit of backlight bleeding in the lower left corner but its not a big deal for me. If you want to get into the 1440p gaming (which is honestly amazing and looks so beautiful) consider these Korean displays.

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Count me in with Achievia Shimian QH270-Lite and Gigabyte Radeon 7970 OC.

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post #24 of 6172
My problem is not the monitor but more the lack of AG coating. I sincerely love it.
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My problem is not the monitor but more the lack of AG coating. I sincerely love it.

Ahh i see.. Ag coating is a dilemma. Some people hate it, some people love it redface.gif

 

I wonder if there are any Korean displays that have AG coating, because there are many different versions of these monitors. If not, Dell U2711 or the HP one are probably your best alternatives.

post #26 of 6172
OK thanks. I'm actually interested in that new one which has been leaked. It seems to be cheaper due to the different type of IPS. I'm thinking that'll be my best bet.
post #27 of 6172
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OK thanks. I'm actually interested in that new one which has been leaked. It seems to be cheaper due to the different type of IPS. I'm thinking that'll be my best bet.

Good luck with your hunt. No matter what, you will enjoy 1440p gaming and your 670 will do just fine with it thumb.gif

post #28 of 6172
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love my monitor. it is an HP LP3065.

30 inches, 1600p, and beautiful.

however, i would really like a 1400p or more display that is more energy efficient. this one is almost 250watts when in use. thats insane. like = to my rig while gaming.
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post #29 of 6172
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so it wink.gif
love my monitor. it is an HP LP3065.
30 inches, 1600p, and beautiful.
however, i would really like a 1400p or more display that is more energy efficient. this one is almost 250watts when in use. thats insane. like = to my rig while gaming.

added you to the club with your HP thumb.gif

 

Why dont you get the 1440p HP one than? which is 27inches. Might suit your needs but I am not sure if it is energy efficient or not.

 

Also what kind of a GPU(s) are you feeding to your monster monitor.

 

It isnt easy to maintain good FPS on a 1600p monitor biggrin.gif

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2x Achieva Shimians with a single EVGA 680 2GB.
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