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4. VIOTEK GN27DB 27-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor, 1440p 144Hz Samsung VA Panel, FreeSync GamePlus FPS/RTS – VESA (Black)

  • Pro-Level Gaming – One of the best gaming monitors on the market, the GN27D boasts a robust QHD (2560x1440p) 27-inch display. The 144Hz monitor’s color-rich panels deliver a unified graphic experience, perfect for motion intense games.
  • Enhanced Gaming Experience – Never miss the shot. The FPS/RTS optimized GN27D desktop monitor also sports GamePlus targeting crosshairs for game-winning accuracy. With AMD FreeSync technology, the ensures a smooth gameplay with reduced image distortion and motion blur.
  • Console Gaming Monitor – Through its connection versatility as a pc monitor with speakers, the GN27D can be used right out the box as a PS4 monitor, an Xbox monitor, or with any game console that can connect via DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0 or HDMI 1.4 ports. The Xbox One series also enjoys free sync monitor compatibility.
  • Game-Streaming Ready – A computer monitor with built-in PBP and PIP makes multitasking quick and simple. Coupled with a 1440p monitor, this feature is perfect for YouTube or Twitch game streaming.
  • Viotek Gold Standard Support – 100% U.S.-based customer service support, available 7 days a week. We don’t play with dead pixels – neither will you! All new LED monitors are protected by our Zero-Tolerance Dead Pixel Policy and 3-Year Limited Warranty.
VIOTEK GN27DB 27-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor, 1440p 144Hz Samsung VA Panel, FreeSync GamePlus FPS/RTS – VESA (Black)
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u/itsmeyuii · 1 pointr/pcpartsales

Looks like a nice build, especially if you aren't looking for used GPUs (for example, I just got a used 1070 for my sister at a relatively cheap price at eBay). One thing I would definitely change it the SSD and that'd be by swapping your WD Blue 500GB to either (1 or 2TB version are fine) and add an additional HDD if you feel like to; or go to 256GB SSD and then a 1/2TB HDD. I'm personally not a fan of 500/512GB SSD with no HDD whatsoever. Considering R6S on its own is around 80GB + Windows 10 + other files, you are already using like 40% of its capacity.

Otherwise, decent build. The CPU + GPU combo should be very good for the type of games you will be playing.

u/johnnywahl · 1 pointr/pcpartsales

Careful buying used GPU's because a lot of them especially from the 1000's series have been used and abused with the crypto craze. Certified refurbished is an option, but as the other poster said, the 580 is a good option for you as it performs at least as good and usually slightly better than 1060 6gb. And it can be found under $200.

u/kyleJSV · 1 pointr/pcpartsales

i Bought this one a few months back, not cheaper than the one here, but from not knowing the company, I love the price they set compared to other competitors.

u/hitlersrighttesticle · 2 pointsr/pcpartsales

How much is your net worth? lol

Check out the Viotek GN27DB. It's probably the cheapest good 1440p 144hz freesync monitor.

u/mandudebreh · 2 pointsr/pcpartsales

How well does this go with the Ryzen 2600 thats on sale too? Both o these matched up seems like a good deal

u/JinXzyz · 1 pointr/pcpartsales

Yes thats a good idea for an upgrade, as the gpu could be bottle necking gpu performance. I would go for this motherboard thought if you can spend the extra like $10-20 over your budget. A B450 board will do significantly better than the 320 board. Don’t mind the bad review, just don’t buy it from amazon if you can. I use this in my personal pc build and it works well, I overclocked my Ryzen 5 1600 to 3.6 ghz over the stock 3.2 ghz so good but not major overclocking capability.

u/TIL_nametaken · 1 pointr/pcpartsales

Change the storage to a faster m.2 drive like a 660p for about the same price and I saw a 24" 240hz monitor with .3ms response on sale for like 300. Monitor M.2 drive

u/Theo1243 · 1 pointr/pcpartsales

Would you be willing to drop to $60 if I exchange my gaming x 570 as well? Here’s a link too it. I want to upgrade but don’t want to trash my old one. MSI Gaming Radeon RX 570 256-bit 4GB GDRR5 DirectX 12 VR Ready CFX Graphcis Card (RX 570 GAMING X 4G)

u/HitlersLeftTesticle · 1 pointr/pcpartsales

Any reason to go with the ROG Swift over the Alienware which is currently heavily discounted?

u/AV1978 · -6 pointsr/pcpartsales

The cheapest comparable 2080 ti from MSI with the similar system specs is

MSI NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Gaming Trio 11GB GDDR6 HDMI/3DisplayPort/ USB Type-C PCI-Express Video Card

And those are still going for $1517 a piece not including tax and shipping.

So I’m right in line with selling my 1080ti’s for 1200 each given I’m not charging tax or shipping.