1440p, 144mhz, 1ms Monitor recommendation

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Hi all,


Got a 3060ti now so looking to finally move from 1080p to 1440p.

I have a budget upto £350

Any advice on which monitors out there in this price range are decent enough?

144mhz + 1ms repsonse time and a displayport are my requirements. Size wise anything from 27-32" Just standard stuff really.

Thanks in advance.
 
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LG 27GN850 (2020 version) or 27GL850 (2019 version) are the best 1440p 144hz panel you can get! I got mine for £379, a bit over your budget, but definitely worth it
 
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Hi all,


Got a 3060ti now so looking to finally move from 1080p to 1440p.

I have a budget upto £350

Any advice on which monitors out there in this price range are decent enough?

144mhz + 1ms repsonse time and a displayport are my requirements. Size wise anything from 27-32" Just standard stuff really.

Thanks in advance.

LG 27GN850 (2020 version) or 27GL850 (2019 version) are the best 1440p 144hz panel you can get! I got mine for £379, a bit over your budget, but definitely worth it

27GL850 should be March but port delays on LG with intakes for Feb so who knows for March.
 
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Is this any good ? Im not after a top monitor at 300-350 just casual gaming.

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/Sams...medium=referral&utm_campaign=affiliategateway
 

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Have a look at the Pixio px277 prime which is £319. If you can, push the budget to the 27GN800-B which is the same as the 27GL850 above except it doesn't have height adjustment. Can be sourced for a smidge under £400.
 
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I've just managed to pick up an Iiyama G-MASTER Red Eagle GB2760QSU-B1 after looking at tonnes of monitors. Meets all your requirements above and can be had for a good price if you look around. Reviews were really good so may be worth a look at.
 

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I've just managed to pick up an Iiyama G-MASTER Red Eagle GB2760QSU-B1 after looking at tonnes of monitors. Meets all your requirements above and can be had for a good price if you look around. Reviews were really good so may be worth a look at.

That's a TN panel, I'd pay a little more ang for the Pixio at £319 which is IPS.
 

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Thanks guys, that Pixio one looks good bang for buck. If no deals pop up this week i'll grab that one.

It is well priced, but the LG panel will be a bit better.

Pixio:

LG 27GN800-B:
This is the review for the 27GL850 which is the same as the 27GN800-B except for the stand.

Watch both and that should help you decide.
 
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