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Is MONEX M27QSM's pwm effect that bad?

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I want to buy a MONEX M27QSM monitor since it's currently the cheapest korean monitor. The only review I can find is by NCX. He stated the low pwm effect on this monitor may cause headache. I currently own a ASUS pa248q which uses pwm as well, but I never notice any negative effect. Any monex owner can tell me your experience?
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i use the monex nice glossy screen no ghosting while gaming.no dead pixels or back light bleed. regarding the pwm affect i have noticed it only a few times .i have seen a ripple but its very rare,i don't suffer any headaches ,i sit around 3 feet away from monitor.
i purchased mine for $200 £125 with customs of £17,so to me i got a bargain,
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