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I see, no wonder I was searching high and low for it's refresh rate. By the way, very little monitors out there have higher refresh rate than 60 right?

Only the Benq XL series, ASUS VG series?

Anymore are there?

Btw thank you very much for answering my doubts earlier on, and I will say you are very comprehensive in terms of giving advises.
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I see, no wonder I was searching high and low for it's refresh rate. By the way, very little monitors out there have higher refresh rate than 60 right?

Only the Benq XL series, ASUS VG series?

Anymore are there?

Btw thank you very much for answering my doubts earlier on, and I will say you are very comprehensive in terms of giving advises.

Yeah there are only a few 120Hz+ monitors.

Samsung makes them too, but they aren't worth bothering with because they are old and the BenQ ones are better. I think AOC has one too, but I'd stay away from it...
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Yeah there are only a few 120Hz+ monitors.

Samsung makes them too, but they aren't worth bothering with because they are old and the BenQ ones are better. I think AOC has one too, but I'd stay away from it...

Benq is definitely one of my choice if I have the budget. Haha

I'm really confused, there are people who claims that AOC is a underdog monitor, delivers a good quality and etc but I also hear a lot of downsides of AOC. May I have a share of your experience?
post #14 of 16
So tempted to get that korean monitor from dream-seller.

Only question is, I'm living in New Zealand and a bit afraid on the shipping. Do they package it securely? Don't want to go through the lengthy process of returning a malfunctioning product. A few dead pixels I can probably deal with, but if it's completely useless when it gets here I'd rather not get it
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Benq is definitely one of my choice if I have the budget. Haha

I'm really confused, there are people who claims that AOC is a underdog monitor, delivers a good quality and etc but I also hear a lot of downsides of AOC. May I have a share of your experience?

I have no experience with them, they are an unknown brand over here, that's why I stay away from them...I mean it's not like their prices are so low or they offer some awesome technology that they warrant looking at like the "unknown" Korean brands.

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So tempted to get that korean monitor from dream-seller.

Only question is, I'm living in New Zealand and a bit afraid on the shipping. Do they package it securely? Don't want to go through the lengthy process of returning a malfunctioning product. A few dead pixels I can probably deal with, but if it's completely useless when it gets here I'd rather not get it

Well, NZ is a lot closer to South Korea than the U.S. is so, I'm sure it will be fine.

The packaging was quite minimal on the outside to be honest, but surprisingly the vast majority of people receive monitors that are not damaged.
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My friend in Singapore ordered the Qnix 27 inch before and I can assure that the resolution and the color quality is awesome. He wanted to sell to me at a much lower cost around 220 usd but I declined because I did not do my research on Korean panel then. Sad to say, regretted. He sold it to another buyer at around 235 usd.
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