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post #2011 of 2231
i wonder how much the prebuilt gsync monitors are.. if they are over $350 i will pass.
post #2012 of 2231
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If you've already had your VG248QE for over or nearly a year, and you're handy, then you're saving money putting it together yourself. I happen to fall into this category. I'd be spending far more, and have to wait longer, to buy a pre-built GSYNC monitor than to modify the one I already have.

Why would you think i am talking about someone who already has the monitor? Clearly im weighing between buying the monitor + kit seperate and buying one already installed. Makes ZERO sense for someone to do this themselves if you dont have the monitor.

If you still don't understand where im coming from ill bold it for you, 200 dollars is highway robbery.
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post #2013 of 2231
I'm with ya, the monitor currently ranges from $265-$280 from reputatable places. But the price seems to go up and down after looking at pcpartpicker, I imagine the demand might go up again on this monitor.. but if its then $200 for the part to upgrade the monitor I would rather buy the $400 monitor and have my warranty. rolleyes.gif
post #2014 of 2231
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Why would you think i am talking about someone who already has the monitor? Clearly im weighing between buying the monitor + kit seperate and buying one already installed. Makes ZERO sense for someone to do this themselves if you dont have the monitor.

If you still don't understand where im coming from ill bold it for you, 200 dollars is highway robbery.

Because it's such a silly idea for someone that DOESN'T already have a VG248QE to get the kit, I literally could not imagine anybody coming from that perspective. This kit exists for those that just so happen to ALREADY have the monitor. There's no point to comment on it's cost otherwise.


It's so nonsensical for anyone that doesn't already have the monitor to get the kit, why are you even comparing them?


It's very clear that if you don't already have the monitor, this kit isn't for you; just buy the whole pkg.
post #2015 of 2231
I wouldn't buy the DIY kit if I didn't already own this monitor. But 200 is still pretty high. If anyone knows how or where to order it in europe please share it...
Edited by TiezZ BE - 1/8/14 at 4:07pm
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post #2016 of 2231
I only noticed tearing at 120Hz for the first time the other day after using 120Hz+LightBoost2D for months. I'd assumed it wasn't there cos it isn't as bad as 60Hz tearing. After reading about G-Sync I tried to see it for a moment and there it was. Guess I don't need G-Sync tongue.gif
    
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post #2017 of 2231
$200 and only for people who live in Canada or USA.
Looks like ASUS and Nvidia have made the choice to upgrade to the ASUS ROG SWIFT PG278Q for me.
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post #2018 of 2231
hey guys jus got my asus 24' monitor what settings should i use? or just use icc profile? how do i install it?
post #2019 of 2231
Im using 144hz , no light boost or anything like that yet.

i installed the icc profile how do i select it tho?
post #2020 of 2231
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Im using 144hz , no light boost or anything like that yet.

i installed the icc profile how do i select it tho?

I think i got it, but when i play bf4 i see a pixel or two in upper right corner that stays grey//black only when playin bf4 tho.
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