Dell Dell 12 Days of Deals Extended: Dell 27 G-Sync Gaming Monitor $580, Inspiron 15 Laptop $500, Inspiron Small Desktop $360 + More Dell 27 G-Sync Gaming Monitor $580 + More!

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    • is it a noticeable downgrade in image quality going from the 24 to 27 inch on this monitor? The DPI is worse on the 27.
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    • escalade wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 4:28 pm
      is it a noticeable downgrade in image quality going from the 24 to 27 inch on this monitor? The DPI is worse on the 27.
      1440p is quite comfortable on 27 inches.

      With that said, this monitor is not designed to be retina PPI, it's designed to be an FPS gamer's preferred setup. It will be a few years before 4K 144Hz monitors fall below one thousand.
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    • This monitor is hot garbage, I don't know how RFD managed to rope me into paying $550 for this thing. The yellows literally look lime green no matter how much you adjust. Had to return this trash after just 3 days because I was tired of seeing my away Skype contacts as online.

      It also doesn't support Dell DDM so have fun switching between all your inputs manually with squishy unresponsive OSD buttons.
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    • escalade wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 4:28 pm
      is it a noticeable downgrade in image quality going from the 24 to 27 inch on this monitor? The DPI is worse on the 27.
      Honestly if image quality is a huge concern, dont go with a TN panel. TN panels are designed to be cheap, fast, and high fps cap. Image quality is generally not a huge priority because it can never really compete with IPS or VA panels (which is no longer common for monitors but most popular on tvs).

      DPI is really a huge issue for 27”. It starts becoming a bit more noticable on 32”. Remember 27” 1080p monitor actually were very common just a few years ago and it really wasnt considered an issue by most.
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    • Paigne wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 4:41 pm
      DPI is really a huge issue for 27”. It starts becoming a bit more noticable on 32”. Remember 27” 1080p monitor actually were very common just a few years ago and it really wasnt considered an issue by most.
      *Isn't

      You make an excellent point, and I get the feeling that most RFDers are not gaming at a level that would benefit from high Hz if their concerns continue to circle around PPI.
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    • cyclet wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 4:38 pm
      This monitor is hot garbage, I don't know how RFD managed to rope me into paying $550 for this thing. The yellows literally look lime green no matter how much you adjust. Had to return this trash after just 3 days because I was tired of seeing my away Skype contacts as online.

      It also doesn't support Dell DDM so have fun switching between all your inputs manually with squishy unresponsive OSD buttons.
      Agreed. I had this montior beside a Dell U2515H and the S2716 looked so terrible I returned it the same day I got it.
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    • I always wonder how combine ebates with unidays. I either login to ebate to goto dell or login unidays to goto dell.

      Appreciate if anyone can share some tricks. Thanks
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    • I have the 24 inch version of this. Will I notice a lower image quality going to the 27 inch?
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    • scouzer wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 5:18 pm
      Agreed. I had this montior beside a Dell U2515H and the S2716 looked so terrible I returned it the same day I got it.
      If you put a TN panel next to an IPS you're going to have a bad time
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    • MrsDoubtfire wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 5:31 pm
      If you put a TN panel next to an IPS you're going to have a bad time
      The wrong people are buying/considering this monitor, it appears.

      If you want supreme color fidelity, consume loads of media, or do photo/video editing... please go with a proper IPS. This is not for you, folks.
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    • I had this monitor for a short while. Absolutely hated it!!! Even after calibration it looked bad.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 4:32 pm
      1440p is quite comfortable on 27 inches.

      With that said, this monitor is not designed to be retina PPI, it's designed to be an FPS gamer's preferred setup. It will be a few years before 4K 144Hz monitors fall below one thousand.
      More like 5 years. Unless panel and graphics technology move very quickly in the next few years. Even now the PG279Q is like $900.
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    • What differences do the newer revisions bring?
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    • Armalite15 wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 8:29 pm
      I had this monitor for a short while. Absolutely hated it!!! Even after calibration it looked bad.
      As mentioned multiple times (like 1/2 the posts), TN panels are not known for picture quality or viewing angles. Most TN panels are actually 6 bits (this is 8, which basically makes it a high end TN panel). Still no comparison to an IPS panels (all 8 bits and higher end ones are 10 bits). That’s basically 16.7 million colours (8 bit) vs over 1 billion colours (10 bits).

      Of course the catch with IPS is good luck finding an affordable 144hz IPS panels and no IPS panel will have input lag under 10ms (IPS panels generally hover around 15ms depending on the panel, TN panels are pretty much all under 10ms).

      If you are just a casual gamer or your pc won’t pump pass 75 FPS anyways, just good for a 75hz IPS monitor. They are affordable and probably gives you the best compromise (input lag difference only matters for competitive gamers who want every advantage possible).
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 4:52 pm
      *Isn't

      You make an excellent point, and I get the feeling that most RFDers are not gaming at a level that would benefit from high Hz if their concerns continue to circle around PPI.
      Thanks, being posting on my phone so making more typos than normal lol...

      As far as benefit goes, I guess some like the higher FPS even if they are casual gamers... tho the question is whether or not their PCs can pump 144 FPS is another story (tho given the number of miners, maybe an inflated percentage of RFDers have good dedicated video cards in their PCs).

      Personally I’ve used Asus TN panels for gaming (worst panel than this but around 250 per panel, cost basically 1k for a 48 inch 4k 2x2 mounted) for a few years and love it. Of course I have a separate PC for productivity (video editing, coding, etc) and wouldn’t be caught dead using a TN panel on that PC lol (actually planning on getting a 40” IPS TV to replace the screens this summer).
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    • I have the Acer XB271HU. How would this be as a second monitor in comparison?
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    • Paigne wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 10:09 pm
      As mentioned multiple times (like 1/2 the posts), TN panels are not known for picture quality or viewing angles. Most TN panels are actually 6 bits (this is 8, which basically makes it a high end TN panel). Still no comparison to an IPS panels (all 8 bits and higher end ones are 10 bits). That’s basically 16.7 million colours (8 bit) vs over 1 billion colours (10 bits).

      Of course the catch with IPS is good luck finding an affordable 144hz IPS panels and no IPS panel will have input lag under 10ms (IPS panels generally hover around 15ms depending on the panel, TN panels are pretty much all under 10ms).

      If you are just a casual gamer or your pc won’t pump pass 75 FPS anyways, just good for a 75hz IPS monitor. They are affordable and probably gives you the best compromise (input lag difference only matters for competitive gamers who want every advantage possible).
      It's one thing for TN panels to look worse than IPS because of their nature, but it's an different story when RFDers claim that that this monitor has "great color reproduction for a TN" when the color reproduction on the panel is close to the worst I have ever owned. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if a majority of the posters in the previous thread were Dell plants.

      I wish I took a picture of the yellows on this monitor, it's beyond irredeemable. You can't defend it.
      redflagdealsguy wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 5:37 pm
      The wrong people are buying/considering this monitor, it appears.

      If you want supreme color fidelity, consume loads of media, or do photo/video editing... please go with a proper IPS. This is not for you, folks.
      I also bought the TN monoprice that was being shilled last week on /r/buildapc: 1440p, 144hz, TN at $269 USD after the eBay coupon. Even after the news broke out that the GS27QHR panel was not AHVA as advertised, the color reproduction was still significantly better than the S2716DG. I can tell that the monoprice's reproduction was worse than my $200 IPS SE2717, but it wasn't nearly as bad as this overpriced garbage. The monoprice's panel is what would be considered a "good TN", not this.

      I don't have anything against you but this is a cold deal at $550 even factoring in the proprietary Nvidia bells and whistles.
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    • Woundering how eBays works? Never use one before
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    • cyclet wrote:
      Jun 13th, 2018 10:43 pm
      It's one thing for TN panels to look worse than IPS because of their nature, but it's an different story when RFDers claim that that this monitor has "great color reproduction for a TN" when the color reproduction on the panel is close to the worst I have ever owned. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if a majority of the posters in the previous thread were Dell plants.

      I wish I took a picture of the yellows on this monitor, it's beyond irredeemable. You can't defend it.



      I also bought the TN monoprice that was being shilled last week on /r/buildapc: 1440p, 144hz, TN at $269 USD after the eBay coupon. Even after the news broke out that the GS27QHR panel was not AHVA as advertised, the color reproduction was still significantly better than the S2716DG. I can tell that the monoprice's reproduction was worse than my $200 IPS SE2717, but it wasn't nearly as bad as this overpriced garbage. The monoprice's panel is what would be considered a "good TN", not this.

      I don't have anything against you but this is a cold deal at $550 even factoring in the proprietary Nvidia bells and whistles.
      Dont have first hand experience with this monitor but maybe you had a defective unit. Reviews suggest post calibration color accurancy being very good on the monitor and its a 8 bit TN panel, so realistically the color accurancy should be above average for a TN panel (since a lot are 6 bit).

      https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/dell/s2716dg

      No idea on the monorprice monitor since i generally avoid OEM monitors or really any monitors i cant get locally at a store with an exchange policy (except i do order the odd Dell monitor... havent for a few yrs tho since Asus generally has a better price/performance ratio for me and i could do exchange much quickier than with Dell if a get a bad unit).
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    • If you're cool with a 60hz, and want a 27" IPS 1440p 100% sRGB at a good price, the BenQ GW2765HT goes for around $350 at major retailers. Combine with Costco.ca $20 off $100, or if you're in Quebec, go with Newegg for 5% tax.

      I've looked around and found this to be the best value feature-packed 1440p monitor at present. It has can tilt pivot swivel, has speakers, display port and eyecare functionalities.
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