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AOC AG271QG 27" G-Sync 165hz 1440p IPS Monitor - $772 Delivered @ Shopping Express Clearance eBay

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Edit Price dropped to $772 delivered as of 3:30pm AEST…I want my 8 bucks back hehe

Great 27" IPS G-Sync monitor for a decent price. Pretty sure it uses the same panel as the Acer Predator 27", but since they jacked up the price of those, I bought this instead :)

Worked out better imo, since AOC also offers 30 days zero bright dot guarantee: http://www.aocmonitorap.com/au/warranty.php

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    Is it worth going from 60hz to 100+hz? Noticeable?

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      It's what I'm doing; ancient and dying Dell U2711 to this - and from what I've seen of my brother's G-Sync monitor, it's definitely worth the upgrade for gaming :)

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        Did the same, went from a Dell U2711 to the Acer Predator HB271HU, 60hz to 144hz/165hz definitely noticeable.

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          But. but. I love my U2711!

    • +2 votes

      it is very much worth going from 60hz to 144hz(+) I'm not sure this is a deal though. 165hz is a bit strange. 144hz is enough or if you have a super beffy PC 244hz.

      My first 144hz monitor was AOC, it was great.

      I find i never use G-sync. I play only online FPS games (Fortnite now) so i use ULMB and lock the frame rate.

      • +2 votes

        My understanding is that these are 144Hz out of the box, with an option to overclock to 165Hz (although that small difference isn't noticeable)

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      It's night and day. It's so much smoother, using a 60Hz display afterwards is really disappointing.

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    My kingdom for a non-gaming 27" 1440p IPS with good reviews at a good price

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      What about the Dell Ultrasharps?

  • +3 votes

    Don't forget it's only $799 if you'd rather pickup an Acer XB271HU at a local MSY, Umart, CPL, PC Case Gear, or PLE to name a few.

    Price jacking is horrendous on Ebay. See staticice:
    https://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=acer+xb271...

    Much easier to return the monitor if you notice a dead/stuck pixel and swap for another

    • +3 votes

      Seems they're the TN versions, this is IPS which show as $889 still https://www.staticice.com.au/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=acer+xb271... :)

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        Haven't look at the others but the Umart version is 100% the same at $799 as @googoplex pointed out. Same model number and everything.

        • +3 votes

          It's most assuredly not the same; the umart description has: "Acer Predator XB271HUA G-Sync, 27" 16:9 TN 1ms 144Hz"

          It does seem the same at first glance, however the more expensive IPS model is the XB271HU with no A on the end.

        • +1 vote

          Umart is selling it for $889. The $799 version you're seeing is the TN panel version, note the HUA model number, whereas the IPS is just HU. Here's a StaticIce search excluding the TN panel version.

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          @Mister Plod: Sorry I was misreading the suggestion. The AOC Panel is 799.00 at Umart https://www.umart.com.au/AOC-AGON-AG271QG-27in-165Hz-G-Sync-...

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          @obatem: Ah rightio no worries then. Good for if you have a umart close by.

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    Hmm, to buy now or wait for EOFY sales. Can't decide!

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    i have this actually.
    pretty good! i have tiniest bit of backlight bleeding on two corners, vibrant colours; however you will need to adjust it to get the most out of it

  • +1 vote

    Price has dropped, now $772 delivered as of 3:30pm

    (Also got $9.75 tracked from cashrewards which is nice :D )

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    Got mine today, and although there's no pixel issues, it has very severe backlight bleeding in the corners. So much so that you can see it with the lights on :(

    Not sure if they accept returns for that, but I might ask anyway