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Which one should I get? I want multi input since im planning on connecting my xbox to it. The 2720 has a display port and component ports which the 2730 doesnt. The 2730 supposed to be overclockable but I heard it frameskips. Theyre about the same in pricing. Which should I chose and why? Planning on gaming on it a lot with a gtx 670 and maybe sli in the future. Buying either one tomorrow! Excited!!
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Which one should I get? I want multi input since im planning on connecting my xbox to it. The 2720 has a display port and component ports which the 2730 doesnt. The 2730 supposed to be overclockable but I heard it frameskips. Theyre about the same in pricing. Which should I chose and why? Planning on gaming on it a lot with a gtx 670 and maybe sli in the future. Buying either one tomorrow! Excited!!

Um, you could get the same thing in the Auria from Microcenter for $400, has all the inputs you need.

TBH, the only real overclockable 2560x1440 monitor is the 2B Catleaps, but those aren't made anymore.

Just an xbox? that will not do the 2560x1440 justice, you're probably looking at an native 720p resolution upscaled all the way to 1440p, which itself is 4x the resolution of 720p.

i dunno, for your multi inputs, the 2720 will do. ARE you getting them from Accessorieswhole on Ebay? i got my Crossover 27q that way.
     
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Ryzen R7 1700x Gigabyte Aorus AX370 Gaming 5 ASUS GTX 1080 Turbo @ 2050mhz G.Skill DDR4 16GB 8GBx2 3200 mhz 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 750 Evo 250GB Crucial m500 960GB OCZ Trion 150 960GB Samsung 960 Evo 1TB m.2 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Crucial MX300 2TB DVD drive Corsair H60 2013 edition windows 10 home 
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Um, you could get the same thing in the Auria from Microcenter for $400, has all the inputs you need.

TBH, the only real overclockable 2560x1440 monitor is the 2B Catleaps, but those aren't made anymore.

Just an xbox? that will not do the 2560x1440 justice, you're probably looking at an native 720p resolution upscaled all the way to 1440p, which itself is 4x the resolution of 720p.

i dunno, for your multi inputs, the 2720 will do. ARE you getting them from Accessorieswhole on Ebay? i got my Crossover 27q that way.

I wanted to get a crossover because I like the overall design of the monitor. Plus im going to get the pivotable one so i can adjust it accordingly.

And yeah just and xbox for now. Im using the monitor I have now for my pc and xbox too

I will be buying from accessorieswhole from all the positive reviews on them even though the price is a bit higher but seems to be worth it
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