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[eBay Plus] Gigabyte M27Q 27"QHD 170hz IPS 0.5ms KVM Monitor $412.08 Delivered @ Harris Technology eBay


Been waiting for a price drop on this monitor. Pretty sure this is the lowest price I've seen to date.

Has pretty good specs for the price

27” SS IPS, 2560 x 1440 (QHD), Response Time: 0.5ms (MPRT), VESA Display HDR400
Unique Features: OSD Sidekick, Aim Stabilizer, Black Equalizer, Dashboard, Crosshair, Timer, Counter, Crosshair, PiP/PbP, Auto-pdate, KVM
Signal Input: HDMI 2.0 x2, Display port 1.2 x1, USB port(s): USB 3.0 x2, USB C x1, VESA Wall Mounting(mm): 100*100mm

Only 3 left at time of posting however Scorptec eBay have it for 17cents more
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  • +2

    “17 cents more” yeah not worth the extra 17 cents I reckon

  • Id been looking at this monitor for a while but got swayed to the Dell 2721dgf for same or cheaper price with better performance and no worries about the BGR subpixel layout.

    • This is also a lot slower than the Dell.

  • Nobody needs 0.5ms response time

    • I mean they do on a 1000Hz panel, but it's a gimmick peak value here, as this isn't good enough for true 144Hzv performance.

      • Dell's panel is also an overclocked one. We know the LG panel is 144Hz rated. Dell's 60Hz glitch is a bit annoying. Furthermore, this one could have 4K to 2K downscaling feature (so it would work with Series X / PS5 - set the input to 4K, the monitor downscale it to 2K - but limited to 60Hz).

        I do wish Dell would update the firmware to at least cleanup some of the glitches. Dell does have monitors that does the 4K to 2K downscale feature, but I doubt Dell is willing to implement it on Dell 2721DGF. The framerate counter is something on the Gigabyte which I would really like the Dell one to have too (yes, can run an app to do that, but still would be nice to have it).

        • +1

          This isn't an LG panel, nor do I think it's an AUO one (EDIT: confirmed as a Sharp IPS panel). The real monitor to look out for is the LG 27GN800-B, should it ever launch here.

          Gigabyte pack their gear with gimmicky, simple to implement features as a distraction from their low-effort tuning while allowing them to present these as a premium offering.

  • Decent reviews on this model. The KVM feature might be the decider for people switching between work and home systems.