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asus tuf vg27aq vs aorus fi27q for ips monltir

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I need u opinion guys for which monitor to go with
The one available in my area now is the aorus fi27q
both of them in the same range of price
most of my usage is gaming watch movies and sometimes work on maya
 

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VG27AQ would be better for gaming due to the refresh rate/display panel but Fi27Q would be better for photo editing due to the panel being able to display colours more accurately. Not that the VG27AQ is bad at it but it just doesnt have the wide colour gamut as the Aorus. Either monitor would be fine for watching movies on so it depends which is more a priority for you.
 
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VG27AQ would be better for gaming due to the refresh rate/display panel but Fi27Q would be better for photo editing due to the panel being able to display colours more accurately. Not that the VG27AQ is bad at it but it just doesnt have the wide colour gamut as the Aorus. Either monitor would be fine for watching movies on so it depends which is more a priority for you.
So if most is gaming I should wait for the vg27aq to be available in my area
 
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I have the VG27AQ, no complaints at all. A beast of a monitor for gaming.
 
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There is two versions of the msi monitor one with tech called quantum dot and the other with out is this tech make too much difference
 
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