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[Afterpay] Gigabyte G32QC 165hz QHD Curved Monitor $448.92 ($438.94 eBay Plus) Delivered @ Harris Technology eBay

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Seems to be the best option currently for a more value oriented 165hz 32" monitor with QHD resolution from my research.

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    Is this too big for CP gaming?

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      CP as in competitive?
      maybe it depends on how far you sit from it.
      but i'd be more concerned about its response times at max refresh rate, you will get a bit of overshoot and some dark smear from this VA panel meaning its not a clean 165hz experience. however theres no alternative panels at this price/size/refresh so its you gotta weigh the pros and cons

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        I'm thinking fps games and sitting pretty close since I'd be using keyboard and mouse

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          i know generally for fps and especially competitive people like smaller monitors so they can get most of the ui and peripheral in their focus
          if you are super serious about competitive fps gaming (and nothing else) its probably better to look at 24" IPS/TN 1080p 240hz/360hz monitors but those are extremely niche and might not be as nice to use for other things

          Generally i like to say 27" 1440p high refresh rate is a good balance for most people and 32" is a too large for comp fps but great for cinematic games or general media consumption

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            @DisabledUser233493: I've seen some second hand AW 240hz 24" monitors going for around 250$, should I get that for semi-comp fps?

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              @mrtee: the AW2521HF? if you can get it at that price thats really good!

              also a really good monitor for your purpose

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                @DisabledUser233493: Aw2521h used for about 2 years. Not the hf.

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                  @mrtee: even better lol that ones 360hz

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                    @DisabledUser233493: Sorry it's the aw2518h for $250 used for about 2 years. Still a sweet deal?

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                      @mrtee: thats still alright, keep in mind unlike the 2521H/HF the 2518H is a TN panel which wont have as nice viewing angles/colours

                      but still as fast as the AW2521HF great for your purpose

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      Depends on your preference. I enjoy cs on a 32 inch screen, but it "feels" better to play competitive on a 24 inch screen. That said it doesnt make a whole lot of difference, not like my rank changed when my screen size did.

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    VA panel, 16:9

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    Am I wrong to think curved is suited more to ultra wide monitors rather than normal 16:9 monitors.

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      The curve does help to mitigate the effects of colour shifting because Va panels usually have a narrower viewing angle.

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      Not wrong really, though with 32" monitors a bit of a curve can definitely be nice too, especially if you sit close (or close-ish) due to the sheer size of the panel. As the other poster has said, the curve would also help keep colours consistent on VA panels due to their somewhat limited viewing angles.

      Often finding myself wishing my 32" was curved as I'm otherwise super happy with it - with a bit of a curve, it would be just about perfect to my taste.

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    As someone who appreciates the contrast ratio and less backlight bleed of VA's, wish contrasts like this existed in other monitors (at least until OLED/MiniLED becomes mainstream). Not holding my breath

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    How is this different or better than the MSI optix 32 inch which is listed for $429 at most places?

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      For one that monitor has a 1080P panel which looks bad at 32 inches