DGM IPS-2701WPH x2

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Hi all, is it a good idea to purchase 2x DGM IPS-2701WPH "b grade" screens, I'm wanting to get away from triple screens for gaming and go for a larger res, one screen for the gaming pc the other for my main non gaming pc.
Any thoughts!!
Regards,
Martin
 
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I sold my eyefinity set up and bought the dgm and much prefer the higher res, getting a good dgm can be a bit hit or miss, the first one i got lasted 10 min but the replacment i got from ocuk is faultless and im well chuffed with it
 
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the dgm monitors aren't known to be the most solidly built or most reliable. so yea 10+, i'd probably be inclined to believe it
 
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Its a risk Martin you don't know the reason they have been returned or what could actually be missing from the box.

I personally would stay away:)
 
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My first DGM died after a few months.
The replacement is still going after 18 months but the backlight bleed is quite bad and it has recently developed a few dozen dead pixels so I have replaced it with an Asus PB278Q.

It's a gamble buying an "A" grade DGM but a "B" grade is definitely not worth the risk. Stay away!!
 
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