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ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms Monitor $30 off Promo @ Newegg

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Just ordered this and wanted to let people know this monitor currently has a $30 off promotion. This brings price down to
$239.99!!!

+ $30 off w/ promo code EMCWWXR222, ends 11/11

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236313
    
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Have 3 of them, awesome monitors! Thanks for sharing! +rep! thumb.gif
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No problem. I'm looking forward to it. Actually UPS should be delivering it anytime now. I ordered it and next day saw promo. Was so happy when they refunded the $30 back to me. There are worse regular 60hz monitors that cost as much or more than this. Just a great buy for the price.
    
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Man I wish I saw this before I just ordered my Benq XL2420te. At the time(yesterday) the Asus was 269 without a code vs the BenQ for 296 with a code. I figure eh spend 30 more dollar since I dont know if my eyes are sensitive or not now I see its a 60$ difference! mad.gif
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Man I wish I saw this before I just ordered my Benq XL2420te. At the time(yesterday) the Asus was 269 without a code vs the BenQ for 296 with a code. I figure eh spend 30 more dollar since I dont know if my eyes are sensitive or not now I see its a 60$ difference! mad.gif
Eye health is worth more than $60 smile.gif
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Great monitor! Nice. Thanks for sharing smile.gif
     
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Man I wish I saw this before I just ordered my Benq XL2420te. At the time(yesterday) the Asus was 269 without a code vs the BenQ for 296 with a code. I figure eh spend 30 more dollar since I dont know if my eyes are sensitive or not now I see its a 60$ difference! mad.gif
Not sure what you are saying concerning sensitive eye. This is absolutely best monitor I've owned. Wish I would have bought it sooner. It is a bit bright out of the box, but is easily adjusted. Extremely smooth and vibrant. Super crisp and no dead or stuck pixels that I can determine. It was beautifully boxed. What more can you ask for, especially at $239. wheee.gif
    
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Not sure what you are saying concerning sensitive eye. This is absolutely best monitor I've owned. Wish I would have bought it sooner. It is a bit bright out of the box, but is easily adjusted. Extremely smooth and vibrant. Super crisp and no dead or stuck pixels that I can determine. It was beautifully boxed. What more can you ask for, especially at $239. wheee.gif

Not everyone is bothered by the PWM dimming that the VG248QE has.

It can be a bigger issue for some people, as BENQ XL2420TE is PWM-free, while ASUS VG248QE is not.
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Not everyone is bothered by the PWM dimming that the VG248QE has.

It can be a bigger issue for some people, as BENQ XL2420TE is PWM-free, while ASUS VG248QE is not.

Hey, I was wondering what your thoughts were on Vega's comparisons (vg248qe(de-matte'd) vs XL2420TE vs XL2720T) on [H] forum.

http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1040057385&postcount=1604.

I know that for people who are sensitive to PWM flicker than XL2420TE is a must, but for those who are not... seems like VG248QE is a better buy.

Thoughts? Also, I am considering BENQ... but I don't know if I'm sensitive to this 'flicker'. I'm trying to figure out sync polarities right now to help me chose the two side monitors for surround display with a 144hz monitor displaying at 60hz in the center. I'd get all the same display if I could, but cost wise and performance wise, it would not be smart. My 670 SLI can only theorethically (have not tested yet) chug out 40-60 fps in surround display. So when I want to play competively, I can just display on the one 144hz monitor. I could be wrong about the whole thing, but from what I've researched so far, it should work.
Edited by Arock5504 - 11/8/13 at 12:54pm
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