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yes im looking to add a second monitor (144hz ) and i am only using the 144hz for gaming. the 2560x1440p will be for misc stuff.
If you have the cash and GPU horsepower (Nvidia card) go for the ROG Swift. Its currently the best gaming monitor currently out imo. If you dont have those previously stated then my second choice would be the Asus or BenQ 120-144Hz. If both monitors on same desk i would definitely stay with the same size, 27inch. Keep in mind the Asus & BenQ TN colors will looked washed out next to your 1440 ips/pls monitor.
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Originally Posted by Swolern View Post

If you have the cash and GPU horsepower (Nvidia card) go for the ROG Swift. Its currently the best gaming monitor currently out imo. If you dont have those previously stated then my second choice would be the Asus or BenQ 120-144Hz. If both monitors on same desk i would definitely stay with the same size, 27inch. Keep in mind the Asus & BenQ TN colors will looked washed out next to your 1440 ips/pls monitor.

yea, rog swift is pretty nice. but its way too expensive haha. i am also aware of the color difference of TN and IPS. thanks for your input
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