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Viotek GFV27DAB


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The Viotek GFV27DAB is a 27-inch gaming monitor with a native 165 Hz VA panel sporting a 2560x1440 native resolution. With a price tag of $250, it's one of the least expensive monitors of its kind, and as our tests show, it is worth every penny.

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You can tell where they really cut corners.... Only DP1.2 and HDMi 2.0
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I feel its an odd choice of one hdmi with 2 dp, should be other way round as dp is almost exclusive to pc's whilst almost everything uses hdmi now days.

Not fan of pronged stands but every manufacturer guilty of that now days.

Not much comment on the rest other than overdrive off is the best setting for the common 60hz?
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You can tell where they really cut corners.... Only DP1.2 and HDMi 2.0

Does it matter if there's enough bandwidth on those standards to run at full resolution, refresh rate and colour depth? What would be the point of extra bandwidth if screen can't use it anyway?
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It certainly makes me consider upgrading from my 2016 1080p 144hz monitor.