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I bough completly the wrong monitor for my gaming style/set up ( samsung U24E590D)

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So i bought a samsung U24E590D
Beautiful panel, great colours and the 4K @ 60Hz with Freesync is great thumb.gif... for someone..

But i wanted to pair this monitor with my sig rig:
i5 4460 GTX 1060 6Gb 16G Kingston Hyper X

this was a bad idea....
Edited by thomasj90 - 4/26/17 at 6:08am
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This? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01C05C1OK/?tag=pcpapi-2

G-Sync and 144hz
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i looked at the predator series and the price is a bit too high for my liking, also i'm looking for 1440p resolution as a priority with at least 120Hz. and the predator only goes to 1080p.
But thanks for your reasearch.
Also, as youve weighed in any comments on the BenQ GL2706PQ?
It looks good but im having that "if something seems to good to be true, it probably is" thought.

https://www.ballicom.co.uk/9h-lfjlb-qbe-benq-gl2706pq.p1341938.html?ref=PLA&gclid=CMHN79zwsNMCFe0Q0wodD7sGDA
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120gb kinston SDD (Boot) 500Gb Hypertech SSD (Game files) 2TB WD yellow HD (backup) Scythe big shuriken 2 REV B 
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Windows 7 Samsung UE590D 28" 4K EVGA 500W 80+ Wall mounted 
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120gb kinston SDD (Boot) 500Gb Hypertech SSD (Game files) 2TB WD yellow HD (backup) Scythe big shuriken 2 REV B 
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Originally Posted by thomasj90 View Post

i looked at the predator series and the price is a bit too high for my liking, also i'm looking for 1440p resolution as a priority with at least 120Hz. and the predator only goes to 1080p.
But thanks for your reasearch.
Also, as youve weighed in any comments on the BenQ GL2706PQ?
It looks good but im having that "if something seems to good to be true, it probably is" thought.

https://www.ballicom.co.uk/9h-lfjlb-qbe-benq-gl2706pq.p1341938.html?ref=PLA&gclid=CMHN79zwsNMCFe0Q0wodD7sGDA

This monitor have a maximum refresh rate of 78hz, is TN and lack G-Sync, really?
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Good point.... the search continues.
Thanks for your help.
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120gb kinston SDD (Boot) 500Gb Hypertech SSD (Game files) 2TB WD yellow HD (backup) Scythe big shuriken 2 REV B 
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Windows 7 Samsung UE590D 28" 4K EVGA 500W 80+ Wall mounted 
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120gb kinston SDD (Boot) 500Gb Hypertech SSD (Game files) 2TB WD yellow HD (backup) Scythe big shuriken 2 REV B 
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Originally Posted by thomasj90 View Post

Good point.... the search continues.
Thanks for your help.

This is really good http://m.ebay.com/itm/ASUS-PB-PB278Q-27-Widescreen-2560x1440-LED-LCD-Monitor-built-in-Speakers-1440p-/162481542438?hash=item25d4a79526%3Ag%3AFKwAAOSwAANY7vv%7E&_trkparms=pageci%253A7789302b-25e4-11e7-9d54-74dbd180c5c7%257Cparentrq%253A8c24f77715b0aa1381863491fffc4fc1%257Ciid%253A8

1440p, Ips, G-sync, cheap.. but no 120hz
Edited by SirFlamenco - 4/20/17 at 9:20am
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