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SAMSUNG S27E370D 27" freesync monitor

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Hello Guys. I was looking for a budget gaming monitor, especially White if possible and I found this new baby around. What do you think?

Samsung has just released this 27" S27E370D model (there is a 24" version as well).

It has an affordable price and looks nice, especially for someone who wants a white gaming monitor.

Pros:

1) Gamer oriented
2) Freesync
3) Gamer Mode
4) PLS Panel/4ms
5) wireless charging
6) Good price (About $300-350 USD)
7) Looks nice

Cons:
1) "Only" 1080P (not big deal for everyone, DSR/VSR can change that somehow)
2) 60Hz.
3) No adjustable height
4) No Vesa mounting

Links:
1.Official
http://www.samsung.com/de/consumer/displays/displays/full-hd-monitor/LS27E370DS/EN

2. More Infos & Video
http://www.144hzmonitors.com/monitors/samsung-s27e370ds-27-inch-pls-freesync-gaming-monitor/

https://pcmonitors.info/samsung/samsung-s24e370dl-and-s27e370d-with-freesync-and-qi/

I have a 4790K CPU and an R290X/8GB (1090/1520) GPU, and play all kinds of games (Especially Adventures, Action/RPG and games like Dying Light).
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Anyone?sadsmiley.gif
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I personally own a Samsung P2770FH and have loved it since the day I brought it home. I do prefer 1080p on a 27" display as I can sit back and game rather than leaning forward to read smaller text. Mine too lacks a VESA mount which annoys me now, the stand on mine is quite large, I'd love to save desk space by mounting it on the wall.

As of now I only see one real serious Con with this display, and that's its 60hz limitation. It doesn't make much sense to buy a monitor without a higher refresh rate given the competition that's out there at the same price point. FreeSync does make up for this a little if you have an AMD GPU. Your biggest hurdle is going to be the need for a white monitor, which may leave this as your only option. It's not the best for the price, but you could also do worse.
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Your answer is much appreciated, thank you. I only gamewith one GPU and since the games in 1080p and/or with vsr are more demanding i think that the 60hz limitation wont be a problem. I like the fact that the monitor is gamer oriented, in fact the only one I could find. I have a storm stryker tower, white cm recon mouse, and a white quickfire tk keyboard and of course white speakers (yamaha). This monitor is a serious white alternative. I think it would serve me well.
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Did you get it?


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Originally Posted by vsseracer View Post

Did you get it?


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I ordered it. It will take around 10 days.
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I was just informed from the retailer that this Samsung Monitor is nowhere to be found , Samsung reports unavailability at the moment, a thing to change probably by the end of November. I am just thinking to jump for the ACER Predator XG270HU. The Red color suits the white setup better I think. What is your opinion on this?

https://pcmonitors.info/acer/acer-xg270hu-with-2560-x-1440-144hz-tn-panel/

Or this Philips 1080P monitor 144Hz, no freesync but 200 bucks cheaper.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-272G5DJEB-00-27-Inch-1920x1080/dp/B00IG53KF8

Opinions are welcome.
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