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I'm really hoping my local Best Buy will get some PG279Qs in stock, so I can test one there and then buy it if it's good.

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Sorry newegg you just lost 4 sales in 5 minutes cause of your crappy policies and customer service lol, but seriously I doubt best buy will be getting them at least the ones in my area.
Amazon definately the way to go

I haven't seen any of the PG278Q's at any of my local Best Buys around the Portland, OR area but I've been checking their website and they do seem to carry them there and are able to ship to stores pretty fast. So I'm hoping they will have the same option for the PG279Q if they will carry them or better yet have an actual display model or store stock,
post #4382 of 9409
you can buy it through newegg right now just bought mine fingers crossed hoping I get a good panel with no dead pixels

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236660 PG279Q
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If you get one that is flawless besides a dead pixel in a corner, might want to keep it. My PB278Q had a dead pixel in upper left corner only really noticeable during web browsing that went away after around 18 months of use. I guess it was 18 months cause like I said, it was barely noticeable and I happened to notice it wasnt dead anymore.


I hope that newegg having them ready and shippable right now means that it is officially released in the US. Amazon needs to hurry up.
post #4384 of 9409
I cancelled my amazon order when I saw newegg listed the display in stock its currently being packaged
post #4385 of 9409
omg I'm so tempted to place an order I ran for my credit card, but then I thought I should wait to see how these turn out. If some how magically they are much better than what we have been seeing, I'll place my order, but I think the smart thing to do is wait for amazon or a local store to have them in stock for that hassle free returns, even though I've never had a problem with newegg and their warehouse is like 35 minutes from my house. Good luck on your orders guys! I really hope luck isn't needed and somehow this is some new fixed batch by asus and have fixed all cons with this monitor.
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post #4386 of 9409
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Originally Posted by iRev_olution View Post

Has anybody recieved the PG279Q yet? Does it OC to 165hz? I'm wondering if I should go GTX980SLI and buy one of these monitors... despite im seeing a lot of bleeding issues.

Yes, it does. No problem with overclocking. You would be fine with single setup.
post #4387 of 9409
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Sorry newegg you just lost 4 sales in 5 minutes cause of your crappy policies and customer service lol, but seriously I doubt best buy will be getting them at least the ones in my area.
Amazon definately the way to go

they are already sold out, I'm sure their feelings aren't hurt.
    
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I wonder how many they had.
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I wonder how many they had.

Don't know, but mine has already shipped, and no other retailer has them up for sell yet. biggrin.gif
    
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Don't know, but mine has already shipped, and no other retailer has them up for sell yet. biggrin.gif

nice, I hope this batch is good.
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