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poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes
poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes
poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes
poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes
poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes
poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes
poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes

poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes

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What is poreno x GIGABYTE G34WQC A 34" 144Hz Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor, 3440 x 1440 VA 1500R Resolution, 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, 90% DCI-P3, VESA Display HDR400, Free Sync Premium, Black (G34W) girlfriend likes?
      144Hz Refresh Rate, poreno x 1ms (MPRT) Response Time, Supports Freesync PremiumSmooth Gameplay poreno x with AMD poreno x FreeSync poreno x PremiumImmersive Ultrawide Aspect Ratio 21:9This poreno x is a poreno x review for the M27Q, not the entire poreno x list poreno x of monitors on poreno x the Amazon product page.On paper, the Gigabyte poreno x M27Q rivals poreno x the poreno x top poreno x 1440p 27" poreno x gaming monitors while being about $100 less in MSRP. poreno x I poreno x previously owned poreno x one of these high end monitors, the Dell S2721DGF, which I had to return because poreno x it was defective. For $120 less, I replaced it poreno x with the M27Q, which I've poreno x been using daily for poreno x about a week now. poreno x Though I poreno x wasn't poreno x able to compare the two monitors side by poreno x side, or even poreno x within the same week, the M27Q poreno x rivals, or poreno x even surpasses, the poreno x S2721DGF in picture quality poreno x in poreno x my eyes. I'm poreno x not the most discerning viewer, but I can tell the difference between IPS and poreno x VA with normal usage, and can barely stand poreno x VA panels poreno x for gaming. I could not poreno x notice any poreno x delay or inverse ghosting playing esports poreno x titles on poreno x the M27Q in poreno x its poreno x default poreno x overdrive mode. According to measurements performed by the top tech review poreno x publications, the M27Q has a longer response time poreno x than poreno x that of poreno x the class leading S2721DGF, but I could not tell the poreno x difference. poreno x As poreno x for color, I kept both monitors at the default color settings out poreno x of the box - the Dell had great saturation, possibly poreno x oversaturated. The M27Q appears less saturated, and its overall color out poreno x of the box appears more neutral, while poreno x the Dell appeared warm. poreno x Regardless of which you prefer, both poreno x monitors' poreno x color poreno x can be poreno x adjusted. However, no amount of poreno x calibration can fix the Dell's low contrast ability; the M27Q wipes poreno x the floor with the S2721DGF in poreno x this poreno x respect. poreno x Perhaps the Dell's biggest flaw is poreno x that it can't properly display poreno x black, while poreno x the M27Q has among the best contrast in its category.That poreno x the M27Q poreno x has a display that rivals poreno x more expensive monitors is not poreno x its only selling point. Its poreno x KVM switch is something that would poreno x cost over $100 separately - and it's almost nonexistent poreno x in other gaming monitors. The feature is life-changing and I feel like I poreno x can't go back to a monitor poreno x without it. Before poreno x this, I needed poreno x to use a bluetooth membrane keyboard poreno x with multi-device support, poreno x and two poreno x separate mice. Now, I can poreno x use my preferred poreno x gaming keyboard poreno x and just a poreno x single mouse poreno x connected to poreno x the monitor with no poreno x hassle. My MacBook Pro outputs its video and pairs with poreno x the mouse and keyboard with a poreno x single poreno x USB-C connection to my poreno x monitor (USB type poreno x C input is another distinctive feature for a poreno x gaming monitor). Switching between my poreno x MacBook Pro and my desktop PC connected via DisplayPort poreno x works seamlessly almost poreno x all poreno x of the poreno x time. poreno x Occasionally, switching to a sleeping device doesn't wake poreno x it soon poreno x enough for the monitor poreno x to detect input poreno x - but I place part poreno x of the blame poreno x on the computer in that case.While the poreno x KVM switch is a huge quality of poreno x life poreno x feature, poreno x there are some poreno x frustrating quality control poreno x issues which lowered poreno x my rating. poreno x The poreno x most common complaint I've poreno x noticed with this poreno x monitor online is IPS glow, poreno x which poreno x is light bleed from the poreno x corners of poreno x the panel. My poreno x unit definitely has the worst IPS poreno x glow in poreno x any monitor I've poreno x bought. poreno x However, poreno x I poreno x would say poreno x it does not bother me, since poreno x it only becomes poreno x apparent while watching movies in the dark. Gaming, browsing, and regular usage in dark mode - even poreno x in a poreno x dark room - hides the IPS glow. The problem is not noticeable at poreno x all in a normally lit poreno x room.Though the IPS glow doesn't bother me, there's poreno x an overall poreno x noticeably lower level poreno x of polish with poreno x the poreno x M27Q poreno x that the Dell didn't poreno x have. Of course, I returned my S2721DGF because it did not poreno x properly work poreno x and had firmware issues, poreno x but poreno x I felt like there was just one poreno x thing wrong with my Dell. The poreno x M27Q in poreno x contrast has a number poreno x of poreno x problems that indicate lower poreno x standards for quality control. For example, poreno x I noticed my monitor was poreno x not level with my desk, poreno x with the right edge of poreno x the display being about a half inch poreno x higher than the left. It bothered me to the point that I could poreno x not use my monitor until I fixed it. The poreno x cause of the problem wasn't immediately obvious to me, poreno x because I expect a brand new monitor, on a stand which doesn't support rotating, to poreno x be perfectly poreno x straight. Instead, it turns out poreno x that poreno x the mounting plate on the back of the monitor has a large tolerance for poreno x positioning the screws. poreno x I've attached photos of the plate before and poreno x after I fixed the problem. The plate appeared to be on straight initially, though the screws were obviously not all centered inside their respective holes in the mounting plate. The noticeably large wiggle room in the poreno x mounting plate gave me the poreno x idea to try to correct the slant of the monitor by screwing poreno x the plate in poreno x so poreno x that it was crooked poreno x relative to poreno x the display. poreno x This means that the arm might poreno x NOT be sticking out poreno x of the poreno x base poreno x at 90 degrees, or poreno x that the holes poreno x are not aligned poreno x properly. Poor, poor quality that poreno x could have been much more frustrating if poreno x the large tolerance in the backplate was not clearly visible. The screen is now acceptably poreno x level with the desk, but poreno x having misaligned poreno x parts does not give poreno x me a lot poreno x of confidence in the product.Additionally, I've noticed some strange firmware problems that lead me to believe that Gigabyte knowingly shipped poreno x the firmware with some features not properly working. The poreno x first thing I poreno x noticed was that when the poreno x monitor is poreno x in HDR mode, the poreno x brightness poreno x level resets back to poreno x 100% when poreno x it wakes, even if it was previously lowered. poreno x This poreno x strangely doesn't seem to happen poreno x when the poreno x monitor is not in HDR mode. There's also an "auto poreno x off" setting, poreno x which as poreno x far as poreno x I know, poreno x is supposed to turn the monitor poreno x off after some time asleep. The setting hasn't worked for me yet, which means that the power indicator is always blinking poreno x when I'm not using poreno x it. It can poreno x get annoying poreno x when the room poreno x is dark, and the only way poreno x to poreno x stop the LED poreno x from blinking is poreno x to physically turn poreno x the monitor poreno x off by holding the OSD joystick button.Aside from the firmware, I have noticed some physical defects in poreno x the panel itself. On my unit, there's either a speck of dust or a scratch poreno x on the screen, but luckily it's on poreno x the black border. poreno x The M27Q has extremely thin bezel edges on the top and sides, but has a black gap poreno x between the poreno x display's image and the bezel on poreno x those edges. It's not uncommon in monitors, but looks poreno x less poreno x consistent, poreno x and to poreno x me, less pleasing than a display that reaches the edges of the poreno x screen. In this case though, I'm lucky that the defect was on poreno x the gap. poreno x There was also one stuck poreno x pixel on my unit poreno x which only rarely appears. It's not poreno x noticeable in normal poreno x dead pixel tests, but it becomes visible as a bright red dot poreno x when the poreno x lower part of the poreno x image is dark and poreno x the upper poreno x part is bright. More specifically, it depends on the other pixels poreno x in its column. Moving a poreno x window just one pixel poreno x over can poreno x hide it immediately, and I've attached poreno x photos of poreno x it being visible and hidden based on the position of poreno x one of poreno x the windows on the screen. poreno x I'm disappointed that I poreno x have poreno x a stuck pixel because poreno x I've managed to never poreno x own poreno x a computer monitor with dead poreno x or poreno x stuck pixels until now. Because it rarely poreno x shows up, I'm avoiding trying to exchange my unit (for now). One thing that poreno x bothers poreno x me poreno x is that occasionally I've also noticed a brief flickering poreno x horizontal poreno x white line when switching to my MacBook poreno x Pro input. Like I said, poreno x the poreno x small issues with this poreno x monitor don't give me a poreno x lot of confidence in it, so I can only hope the white line poreno x problem doesn't degrade into constant poreno x white lines poreno x across the screen.Obviously, since the monitor is much poreno x more affordable than other poreno x products with the same features, Gigabyte had to poreno x cut corners somewhere. The plastic poreno x on the poreno x monitor poreno x is obviously less poreno x solid poreno x than poreno x that of the poreno x Dell, and poreno x the base is much lighter. Subjectively, its poreno x design looks uninspired poreno x while poreno x the Dell poreno x has poreno x a distinct design and a mix of subtle and aggressive curves poreno x and angles. The M27Q doesn't feel poreno x flimsy by any means, so I poreno x can live poreno x with it looking and feeling a little cheaper for over $100 less. However, its defects and strange poreno x behavior poreno x are something that shouldn't need to exist at any price poreno x range. For poreno x $300, my display should stand straight and the monitor should turn off poreno x when it's supposed to. poreno x Additionally, stuck or dead pixels should not be common. poreno x Still, I've learned to live with the poreno x problems on poreno x my M27Q and poreno x will poreno x keep mine, but poreno x the various issues kept poreno x this poreno x from being a five star purchase. I would recommend the poreno x M27Q for a 1440p gaming and productivity poreno x monitor, but be prepared poreno x to live poreno x with some minor quality poreno x issues. Lastly, poreno x in case you poreno x are wondering poreno x about poreno x the BGR subpixel rendering - it has been no problem to poreno x me and I couldn't notice it even up close to the monitor.Edit: I accidentally poreno x listed poreno x this as poreno x three stars, when it should have been four.34 3440x1440 VA Display Gaming MonitorIve had this poreno x monitor now for poreno x a little little poreno x while poreno x and wanted to wait and use it for a while before making a review. Starting off got this monitor when it was poreno x for $449.99. poreno x To me for this monitor thats a poreno x steal. poreno x It is 165hz with hdr and freesync but at poreno x 8bit. If you want 10bit colors poreno x you will need to poreno x drop it down poreno x to 120hz. But to be honest. They look exactly the same at 8-10bits. Ive included pics of 8bit poreno x to poreno x 10bit as best I poreno x can on poreno x call of poreno x duty. poreno x Some poreno x might poreno x be able to poreno x see the poreno x difference but poreno x honestly I poreno x can not at all. So the extra poreno x money for the p model I cant poreno x justice it poreno x for myself for poreno x that display port 1.4 to be able to do 165hz at 10bit colors. The poreno x hdr on this monitor is the best Ive poreno x ever poreno x delt with personally poreno x but from my understand and research its not poreno x the best for poreno x the price. The game Ive personally seen the best poreno x results poreno x for hdr is call poreno x of duty. poreno x Bfv looks horrible in hdr with this monitor and no poreno x matter the settings adjustment with hdr and not having hdr on in that game makes the experience way poreno x better. Destiny 2 with poreno x hdr poreno x is decent. Very dark in some poreno x areas but also poreno x very vibrant in poreno x others. Hrd poreno x in Star Wars b.f 2 looks good on poreno x any monitor poreno x so that game doesnt count. But poreno x the poreno x colors on this monitor are absolutely poreno x outstanding! Ive always gamed on poreno x tn panels. Benq 75hz, asus 144hz and acer poreno x 240hz all 1080p and Ill never go poreno x back. poreno x This is poreno x my first poreno x ips panel poreno x and Ive never enjoyed pc gaming this much until I made the switch to poreno x this. poreno x 1440p with poreno x free sync at poreno x 165hz poreno x is absolutely perfect. The 1ms responds time is lying and many poreno x YouTube videos about this monitor exposes them in poreno x this. But poreno x being its truly a 4/5ms its still plenty poreno x fast poreno x and coming from true 1ms responds time on my old panels I poreno x can live with it. The overdrive settings poreno x on speed in poreno x some games gives it that poreno x blur poreno x and discolor effect. But in cod it poreno x doesn't and thats the poreno x game I need the 1ms times the most poreno x and its gets close enough. poreno x They should honestly change it. poreno x But my evga 2080 Super ultra xc is poreno x over chocked at poreno x 2100MHz on the clock and 9000MHz on the memory and it kicks ass and gets me pretty much 165hz on poreno x all games poreno x max settings that I play. Not all games. But close enough poreno x to take advantage of the 165hz this panel puts out. If youre considering trying to get this one over the p model poreno x thats up to you. They poreno x both poreno x have the same poreno x ips panel and put out the poreno x same lights and all. One you get d.p poreno x 1.4 and this one the d.p 1.2. And the other you get poreno x a poreno x better black equalizer over this one. And thats it. I got my monitor poreno x for $449.99 And now I see its for $489.99 and now youre getting really close to the p model poreno x Territory poreno x and might as well go that route poreno x being poreno x how close they are in price now. But if they lower the price poreno x back poreno x down I would get this poreno x over the p again all day long. The 8bit to 10bit colors are poreno x the same and I poreno x cant tell the poreno x difference so talking advantage of that d.p poreno x 1.4 to get 10bit 165hz in game wont poreno x make a poreno x difference for me at all. And being it cost more poreno x just because of that poreno x feature its almost a scam. poreno x But depending on what you do poreno x with your computer can poreno x help you decide on that. You poreno x can still do 10 bit on this monitor but poreno x you are just limited to 120hz. So if you poreno x edit photos or poreno x videos you dont poreno x need 165hz during that and this monitor can poreno x do it all poreno x still. poreno x It poreno x just for gaming it poreno x should make a difference in. poreno x Hope poreno x this poreno x helps anyone while they try to decide. poreno x Oh poreno x and I have no black light bleed poreno x like some poreno x report poreno x or complain about. All I poreno x can say to those people is go game poreno x and work poreno x with a tn panel for 5 poreno x years and try complaining after that... Like for poreno x real poreno x people poreno x just complain about the dumbest things.. last thing poreno x I was worrying poreno x about when buying this. I poreno x just wanted some damn color in my games for onceEdit- so poreno x under further investigation with this monitor games poreno x dont run poreno x at 10 but. Even at 120hz and even as low poreno x as 60hz games poreno x will not run poreno x at 10bit. You can try it for your poreno x self and see. poreno x If you have a secondary monitor hooked up poreno x open your Nvidia control panel and leave change resolution poreno x open so you can see it when poreno x in game. Set it poreno x to poreno x 10 bit and 120hz. Also poreno x open up advance display poreno x settings in windows and poreno x have that in view also on the secondary monitor. And now open the game and you will automatically see it poreno x go from 10bit 120hz poreno x to 8bit 165hz. poreno x I dont know if the games are poreno x not designed for 10 bit colors yet or ever will be. But that poreno x makes the p model extremely worthless. poreno x Because I poreno x can surf the web and do my photo editing in 120hz 10bit. I dont need a super high refresh poreno x rate to poreno x do those things. Just need poreno x the poreno x high poreno x refresh rate for gaming. poreno x I poreno x did dry turning on hdr in Windows and in game and when poreno x that is enabled it goes while in game for8 poreno x bit poreno x to 8 bit with poreno x dithering. Which isnt true poreno x 10 bit but is software poreno x to poreno x make it appear like 10bit poreno x even though its not. Some poreno x like it better over 10 bit and some rather have a true 10 bit panel. poreno x While I dont know if this poreno x monitor poreno x is or not all poreno x I can poreno x say is I poreno x would like to figure out poreno x how poreno x to use 10 bit to try it out. This is why poreno x I couldnt poreno x see a difference in poreno x my original poreno x review I made with the poreno x pics. It was in 8bit the poreno x entire poreno x time.Edit- coming up on poreno x a year poreno x now poreno x and poreno x its the best monitor Ive ever had. Both poreno x my poreno x wifes and poreno x my unit is poreno x working flawlessly still. I did purchase poreno x a poreno x ultra wide through lg being aorus doesnt make a poreno x ips ultrawide and only va ultrawide poreno x But Im already on my second one already... first lg came with a couple stuck pixels poreno x and poreno x bad color poreno x uniformity.. poreno x Had no choice but to return it especially poreno x at the price point.. poreno x Playing the lg poreno x panel poreno x lottery is real... poreno x plus the lack luster features is also a negative. In hdr mode on the poreno x lg you can only adjust brightness and sharpness and thats it. Cant change color temp or anything poreno x important.. With the poreno x aorus poreno x you have the freedom poreno x to adjust what you want to your eyes poreno x unlike poreno x lg thinking they know whats best poreno x for your eyes and poreno x wont poreno x allow you to adjust anything poreno x in hdr poreno x mode... But over all lg Is a poreno x okay poreno x monitor poreno x and poreno x thats it just okay... the poreno x aorus is poreno x by far a better monitor poreno x if every department. Just really dont like gaming in poreno x 16.9 anymore and cant go back to 16.9 once I went 21.9... If aorus would actually make a decent poreno x ultra poreno x wide with a poreno x ips panel I would buy it in a heartbeat. But if youre after a solid good 165hz 27 this poreno x aorus is poreno x hands down imo the poreno x best poreno x on poreno x the market. Lg cant compete poreno x even poreno x with the poreno x lousy nano ips marketing b.s....Native 1500R poreno x Curvature
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Buyer's experience:
      1: This is a review for the M27Q, not the entire list of monitors on the Amazon product page.On paper, the Gigabyte M27Q rivals the top 1440p 27" gaming monitors while being about $100 less in MSRP. I previously owned one of these high end monitors, the Dell S2721DGF, which I had to return because it was defective. For $120 less, I replaced it with the M27Q, which I've been using daily for about a week now. Though I wasn't able to compare the two monitors side by side, or even within the same week, the M27Q rivals, or even surpasses, the S2721DGF in picture quality in my eyes. I'm not the most discerning viewer, but I can tell the difference between IPS and VA with normal usage, and can barely stand VA panels for gaming. I could not notice any delay or inverse ghosting playing esports titles on the M27Q in its default overdrive mode. According to measurements performed by the top tech review publications, the M27Q has a longer response time than that of the class leading S2721DGF, but I could not tell the difference. As for color, I kept both monitors at the default color settings out of the box - the Dell had great saturation, possibly oversaturated. The M27Q appears less saturated, and its overall color out of the box appears more neutral, while the Dell appeared warm. Regardless of which you prefer, both monitors' color can be adjusted. However, no amount of calibration can fix the Dell's low contrast ability; the M27Q wipes the floor with the S2721DGF in this respect. Perhaps the Dell's biggest flaw is that it can't properly display black, while the M27Q has among the best contrast in its category.That the M27Q has a display that rivals more expensive monitors is not its only selling point. Its KVM switch is something that would cost over $100 separately - and it's almost nonexistent in other gaming monitors. The feature is life-changing and I feel like I can't go back to a monitor without it. Before this, I needed to use a bluetooth membrane keyboard with multi-device support, and two separate mice. Now, I can use my preferred gaming keyboard and just a single mouse connected to the monitor with no hassle. My MacBook Pro outputs its video and pairs with the mouse and keyboard with a single USB-C connection to my monitor (USB type C input is another distinctive feature for a gaming monitor). Switching between my MacBook Pro and my desktop PC connected via DisplayPort works seamlessly almost all of the time. Occasionally, switching to a sleeping device doesn't wake it soon enough for the monitor to detect input - but I place part of the blame on the computer in that case.While the KVM switch is a huge quality of life feature, there are some frustrating quality control issues which lowered my rating. The most common complaint I've noticed with this monitor online is IPS glow, which is light bleed from the corners of the panel. My unit definitely has the worst IPS glow in any monitor I've bought. However, I would say it does not bother me, since it only becomes apparent while watching movies in the dark. Gaming, browsing, and regular usage in dark mode - even in a dark room - hides the IPS glow. The problem is not noticeable at all in a normally lit room.Though the IPS glow doesn't bother me, there's an overall noticeably lower level of polish with the M27Q that the Dell didn't have. Of course, I returned my S2721DGF because it did not properly work and had firmware issues, but I felt like there was just one thing wrong with my Dell. The M27Q in contrast has a number of problems that indicate lower standards for quality control. For example, I noticed my monitor was not level with my desk, with the right edge of the display being about a half inch higher than the left. It bothered me to the point that I could not use my monitor until I fixed it. The cause of the problem wasn't immediately obvious to me, because I expect a brand new monitor, on a stand which doesn't support rotating, to be perfectly straight. Instead, it turns out that the mounting plate on the back of the monitor has a large tolerance for positioning the screws. I've attached photos of the plate before and after I fixed the problem. The plate appeared to be on straight initially, though the screws were obviously not all centered inside their respective holes in the mounting plate. The noticeably large wiggle room in the mounting plate gave me the idea to try to correct the slant of the monitor by screwing the plate in so that it was crooked relative to the display. This means that the arm might NOT be sticking out of the base at 90 degrees, or that the holes are not aligned properly. Poor, poor quality that could have been much more frustrating if the large tolerance in the backplate was not clearly visible. The screen is now acceptably level with the desk, but having misaligned parts does not give me a lot of confidence in the product.Additionally, I've noticed some strange firmware problems that lead me to believe that Gigabyte knowingly shipped the firmware with some features not properly working. The first thing I noticed was that when the monitor is in HDR mode, the brightness level resets back to 100% when it wakes, even if it was previously lowered. This strangely doesn't seem to happen when the monitor is not in HDR mode. There's also an "auto off" setting, which as far as I know, is supposed to turn the monitor off after some time asleep. The setting hasn't worked for me yet, which means that the power indicator is always blinking when I'm not using it. It can get annoying when the room is dark, and the only way to stop the LED from blinking is to physically turn the monitor off by holding the OSD joystick button.Aside from the firmware, I have noticed some physical defects in the panel itself. On my unit, there's either a speck of dust or a scratch on the screen, but luckily it's on the black border. The M27Q has extremely thin bezel edges on the top and sides, but has a black gap between the display's image and the bezel on those edges. It's not uncommon in monitors, but looks less consistent, and to me, less pleasing than a display that reaches the edges of the screen. In this case though, I'm lucky that the defect was on the gap. There was also one stuck pixel on my unit which only rarely appears. It's not noticeable in normal dead pixel tests, but it becomes visible as a bright red dot when the lower part of the image is dark and the upper part is bright. More specifically, it depends on the other pixels in its column. Moving a window just one pixel over can hide it immediately, and I've attached photos of it being visible and hidden based on the position of one of the windows on the screen. I'm disappointed that I have a stuck pixel because I've managed to never own a computer monitor with dead or stuck pixels until now. Because it rarely shows up, I'm avoiding trying to exchange my unit (for now). One thing that bothers me is that occasionally I've also noticed a brief flickering horizontal white line when switching to my MacBook Pro input. Like I said, the small issues with this monitor don't give me a lot of confidence in it, so I can only hope the white line problem doesn't degrade into constant white lines across the screen.Obviously, since the monitor is much more affordable than other products with the same features, Gigabyte had to cut corners somewhere. The plastic on the monitor is obviously less solid than that of the Dell, and the base is much lighter. Subjectively, its design looks uninspired while the Dell has a distinct design and a mix of subtle and aggressive curves and angles. The M27Q doesn't feel flimsy by any means, so I can live with it looking and feeling a little cheaper for over $100 less. However, its defects and strange behavior are something that shouldn't need to exist at any price range. For $300, my display should stand straight and the monitor should turn off when it's supposed to. Additionally, stuck or dead pixels should not be common. Still, I've learned to live with the problems on my M27Q and will keep mine, but the various issues kept this from being a five star purchase. I would recommend the M27Q for a 1440p gaming and productivity monitor, but be prepared to live with some minor quality issues. Lastly, in case you are wondering about the BGR subpixel rendering - it has been no problem to me and I couldn't notice it even up close to the monitor.Edit: I accidentally listed this as three stars, when it should have been four.
      2: Ive had this monitor now for a little little while and wanted to wait and use it for a while before making a review. Starting off got this monitor when it was for $449.99. To me for this monitor thats a steal. It is 165hz with hdr and freesync but at 8bit. If you want 10bit colors you will need to drop it down to 120hz. But to be honest. They look exactly the same at 8-10bits. Ive included pics of 8bit to 10bit as best I can on call of duty. Some might be able to see the difference but honestly I can not at all. So the extra money for the p model I cant justice it for myself for that display port 1.4 to be able to do 165hz at 10bit colors. The hdr on this monitor is the best Ive ever delt with personally but from my understand and research its not the best for the price. The game Ive personally seen the best results for hdr is call of duty. Bfv looks horrible in hdr with this monitor and no matter the settings adjustment with hdr and not having hdr on in that game makes the experience way better. Destiny 2 with hdr is decent. Very dark in some areas but also very vibrant in others. Hrd in Star Wars b.f 2 looks good on any monitor so that game doesnt count. But the colors on this monitor are absolutely outstanding! Ive always gamed on tn panels. Benq 75hz, asus 144hz and acer 240hz all 1080p and Ill never go back. This is my first ips panel and Ive never enjoyed pc gaming this much until I made the switch to this. 1440p with free sync at 165hz is absolutely perfect. The 1ms responds time is lying and many YouTube videos about this monitor exposes them in this. But being its truly a 4/5ms its still plenty fast and coming from true 1ms responds time on my old panels I can live with it. The overdrive settings on speed in some games gives it that blur and discolor effect. But in cod it doesn't and thats the game I need the 1ms times the most and its gets close enough. They should honestly change it. But my evga 2080 Super ultra xc is over chocked at 2100MHz on the clock and 9000MHz on the memory and it kicks ass and gets me pretty much 165hz on all games max settings that I play. Not all games. But close enough to take advantage of the 165hz this panel puts out. If youre considering trying to get this one over the p model thats up to you. They both have the same ips panel and put out the same lights and all. One you get d.p 1.4 and this one the d.p 1.2. And the other you get a better black equalizer over this one. And thats it. I got my monitor for $449.99 And now I see its for $489.99 and now youre getting really close to the p model Territory and might as well go that route being how close they are in price now. But if they lower the price back down I would get this over the p again all day long. The 8bit to 10bit colors are the same and I cant tell the difference so talking advantage of that d.p 1.4 to get 10bit 165hz in game wont make a difference for me at all. And being it cost more just because of that feature its almost a scam. But depending on what you do with your computer can help you decide on that. You can still do 10 bit on this monitor but you are just limited to 120hz. So if you edit photos or videos you dont need 165hz during that and this monitor can do it all still. It just for gaming it should make a difference in. Hope this helps anyone while they try to decide. Oh and I have no black light bleed like some report or complain about. All I can say to those people is go game and work with a tn panel for 5 years and try complaining after that... Like for real people just complain about the dumbest things.. last thing I was worrying about when buying this. I just wanted some damn color in my games for onceEdit- so under further investigation with this monitor games dont run at 10 but. Even at 120hz and even as low as 60hz games will not run at 10bit. You can try it for your self and see. If you have a secondary monitor hooked up open your Nvidia control panel and leave change resolution open so you can see it when in game. Set it to 10 bit and 120hz. Also open up advance display settings in windows and have that in view also on the secondary monitor. And now open the game and you will automatically see it go from 10bit 120hz to 8bit 165hz. I dont know if the games are not designed for 10 bit colors yet or ever will be. But that makes the p model extremely worthless. Because I can surf the web and do my photo editing in 120hz 10bit. I dont need a super high refresh rate to do those things. Just need the high refresh rate for gaming. I did dry turning on hdr in Windows and in game and when that is enabled it goes while in game for8 bit to 8 bit with dithering. Which isnt true 10 bit but is software to make it appear like 10bit even though its not. Some like it better over 10 bit and some rather have a true 10 bit panel. While I dont know if this monitor is or not all I can say is I would like to figure out how to use 10 bit to try it out. This is why I couldnt see a difference in my original review I made with the pics. It was in 8bit the entire time.Edit- coming up on a year now and its the best monitor Ive ever had. Both my wifes and my unit is working flawlessly still. I did purchase a ultra wide through lg being aorus doesnt make a ips ultrawide and only va ultrawide But Im already on my second one already... first lg came with a couple stuck pixels and bad color uniformity.. Had no choice but to return it especially at the price point.. Playing the lg panel lottery is real... plus the lack luster features is also a negative. In hdr mode on the lg you can only adjust brightness and sharpness and thats it. Cant change color temp or anything important.. With the aorus you have the freedom to adjust what you want to your eyes unlike lg thinking they know whats best for your eyes and wont allow you to adjust anything in hdr mode... But over all lg Is a okay monitor and thats it just okay... the aorus is by far a better monitor if every department. Just really dont like gaming in 16.9 anymore and cant go back to 16.9 once I went 21.9... If aorus would actually make a decent ultra wide with a ips panel I would buy it in a heartbeat. But if youre after a solid good 165hz 27 this aorus is hands down imo the best on the market. Lg cant compete even with the lousy nano ips marketing b.s....

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00