Originally Posted by Tobiman
I sold the Asus and kept my old monitor. What I plan on doing now is to find a way to test a 2560x1440p monitor, preferably korean, since that's what I can afford, before buying it. I may end up noticing too much lag while gaming and decide that my Acer is still better. I also don't want to lose money on hardware that I won't be keeping.
So, I'll suggest you find a way to test them before commiting to buy. Compare it to your current monitor before making a decision. You see, I really liked the 144hz feature but it wasn't worth the poor color reproduction. The guy I sold the monitor to said it was better than what he had before which might be the same for you but I can't guarantee that. The problem with monitors is just the same with headphones, you think you have something good until you see/hear something much better.
That's a nice strategy to buy a monitor
very clever .. I think Korean is good, while I knew that I wouldn't be able to run it with my laptop which doesn't have DVI, so I'm out of Korean option.
Are thinking of getting lags? many people say Korean are very good, why would you think that?
Well .. my idea of buy a new 1440p monitor is for my future gaming PC, for now I have to use it with my laptop.
Also .. tell me about your Acer?