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I did not notice the GTX 980ti Lightning at that price, I found it the day it got listed and it is still the same price.

Yeah it was because I remember showing a friend. Scan do it all the time, think you'll pay the current price if you preorder though. No date worries me but the 4k Swift being cheaper than the 1440p from Overclockers kind of sucks.
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Yeah it was because I remember showing a friend. Scan do it all the time, think you'll pay the current price if you preorder though. No date worries me but the 4k Swift being cheaper than the 1440p from Overclockers kind of sucks.

I would of bought it at £580 though, I got the Classified for £600, got two of them coming soon.
post #1973 of 9392
i am running 2 GTX 680 4gb in SLI. not sure if i should go for this monitor or a 1080P g-sync 144 hz one. i am currently running a Dell U3415W and i hate playing my games at lower settings!!!
post #1974 of 9392
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i am running 2 GTX 680 4gb in SLI. not sure if i should go for this monitor or a 1080P g-sync 144 hz one. i am currently running a Dell U3415W and i hate playing my games at lower settings!!!

The Dell is a bit more demanding as it is 3440x1440p, so you can run your settings a bit higher on the ASUS PG279Q
post #1975 of 9392
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The Dell is a bit more demanding as it is 3440x1440p, so you can run your settings a bit higher on the ASUS PG279Q

Yea that is true, it is very hard to find recent becnhmarks though, for the GTX 680 (SLI) in current games. all i know is that it does a better job then a single GTX 980.
Edited by deredox - 10/5/15 at 1:55pm
post #1976 of 9392
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I would of bought it at £580 though, I got the Classified for £600, got two of them coming soon.

Think the G1 Gaming is the best if you can put up with the noise. The lightning is a rip off for £660+ when the G1 Gaming is below £560.

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Originally Posted by deredox View Post

Yea that is true, it is very hard to find recent becnhmarks though, for the GTX 680 (SLI) in current games. all i know is that it does a better job then a single GTX 980.

I've been finding it hard to find recent 980TI SLI benchmarks.
post #1977 of 9392
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MG279Q has the panel as well.

While true, I guess I should have caveat-ed I was speaking of only G-Sync monitors.
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post #1978 of 9392
Seeing this monitor at Scan.co.uk for £699.99 is tempting to pre-order as it's a bit cheaper than overclockers, if it was £650 or less I would definitely preorder but I feel its still quite a hefty price. hmmmmmmm
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Yes I am tempted to pre order as well, but I don't know what they are like with replacements, after seeing the state of some of the Acer XB270HU screens...
Edited by Nicholars - 10/6/15 at 6:34am
post #1980 of 9392
I say hold your horses guys. Wait for release, read some user reviews, more pro reviews and then buy. Do you really want to pre-order just to go immiedietly RMA process? Product is not even out yet so you are basicelly buying unknown, untested product smile.gif. I would wait till next week at least if I were you. Me personally I wait for new Acer XB first to compare both monitor and prices.
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