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Hi,

 

I got my Catleap since it first got big on this forum like two years ago but it looks like my monitor's condition is starting to go sour. What are the good Korean 1440p IPS glossy monitors to choose from nowadays?

 

 

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post #2 of 8
Not much has change. Qnix/Xstar monitors are where it's at now. Depending on your luck, you can OC to 120hz easy. Mine can go up to 110hz before artifacts. There is a whole thread on these monitors. My advice is to wait. Companies will be releasing a whole slew of IPS 120/144hz monitors so keep an eye out.
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It hasn't changed much. Yamasaki was the first. Qnix has been the defacto since I got mine two years ago. It's really gotten stale. And I don't know about what particular part some people have received but anything above 90 Hz and you get dropped frames and worse gamma; it's not worth it IMO.

The only thing new is the 32" 1440p AH-VA parts from Crossover and Qnix. Not much coverage on these though.

4K parts are coming if you're into that sort of thing.
post #4 of 8
2B Catleaps asides from whats been noted honestly... just go by what panel you want since they are all one of three possibilities for most part.... Nixeus has nice stands and Shimian is decent too.

Personally:

http://www.amazon.com/Nixeus-2560x1440-DisplayPort-Monitor-NX-VUE27D/dp/B00FJCNWYA/ref=sr_1_65?ie=UTF8&qid=1423970181&sr=8-65&keywords=2560x1440+monitor

Cheaper Qnix or crossover <- oc too like said never tried to OC Nixeus Vue
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Are there any 1440p g sync in the korean variety? I imagine not since i haven't been able to find anything about it. And according to what i've read the two GTX980s i got for SLI don't support displayport 1.2A so i can't use FreeSync either. I'm wondering if having G-Sync is worth spending a whopping $800-ish on a monitor. I've already spent $3,000 on my water cooled build and still have a few hundred dollars worth of stuff to buy to finish it! So i'm looking for a cheap monitor that will give a good gaming experience compared to the ASUS VG23AH 23" passive 3d 1080p monitor i'm using now.
 
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Originally Posted by DarkIdeals View Post

Are there any 1440p g sync in the korean variety? I imagine not since i haven't been able to find anything about it. And according to what i've read the two GTX980s i got for SLI don't support displayport 1.2A so i can't use FreeSync either. I'm wondering if having G-Sync is worth spending a whopping $800-ish on a monitor. I've already spent $3,000 on my water cooled build and still have a few hundred dollars worth of stuff to buy to finish it! So i'm looking for a cheap monitor that will give a good gaming experience compared to the ASUS VG23AH 23" passive 3d 1080p monitor i'm using now.


You could grab Base Yamakasi Catleap or QNIX Evolution II. But no, and as far as i know of only GSync hack is eDP for notebooks and nvidia loves to gimp things.... Most K-panels are just non A+ panels they use in things like Apple cinema display. Honestly, Get a 120Hz+ 1440p Display and save your money. I played with them, played with it on laptop too... sure its neat trick but not a $450+ worth it neat trick unless you want to burn that kind of money really bad or have job for it, it could be used to improve rig.
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Originally Posted by Feyris View Post

You could grab Base Yamakasi Catleap or QNIX Evolution II. But no, and as far as i know of only GSync hack is eDP for notebooks and nvidia loves to gimp things.... Most K-panels are just non A+ panels they use in things like Apple cinema display. Honestly, Get a 120Hz+ 1440p Display and save your money. I played with them, played with it on laptop too... sure its neat trick but not a $450+ worth it neat trick unless you want to burn that kind of money really bad or have job for it, it could be used to improve rig.

Well i'm worried about lag and tearing etc.. that's why i'm curious about G-Sync. I've heard people saying it makes 40fps feel like 70fps due to the smoothness etc.. so i'm kind of torn on what to do. With two GTX980s it would be downright stupid to buy another 1080p monitor of any kind really. So i figured i'd try 1440p since 4k even with dual 980s under water i would encounter some games like crysis 3 or possibly future games that will be stuck at 40fps or lower etc.. so i thought i'd stick with either 2560 x 1440p, 2560 x 1600p, or try out the new 3440 x 1440p ultra wides. Honestly i wouldn't care if it is an IPS or TN etc.. too much, and at 1440p i wouldn't be caring "too" much about having 120hz either, so i would be content to find a 60hz TN panel1440p monitor that has G-Sync. I figured that making all those sacrifices (going down to TN and 60hz vs a 120hz IPS like the new ones coming out this year) i might be able to find one at a decent price.

One monitor i was interested in is the ASUS MG279Q, it's a 1440p 120hz IPS panel monitor and it's only $599 which isn't too bad considering all the features.
 
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post #8 of 8
I think the big thing is have those large diameter curve screen monitors
It eliminates the need to have multiple monitors and kills the vertical dead spots
it matches up with the way the human eye sees thing w respect to distance
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