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thomas1234
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So i currently own these two monitors:

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If you want to be to honest i don't even use the 4K Resolution on the 4K monitor becuase it really annoys me from switching from the 1080p monitor to the 4K. So i run it in 1080p. IK it;s a waste, plenty of people have told me that. Which why i'm looking into different ideas.

Atm i'm thinking of selling them both, and getting 2 brand new 1440p 144hz monitors, is this the best solution? If so link me what you would suggest! I would probs spend £200 - £300 GBP per monitor.

I have a friend i can sell the BenQ Monitor to for £50 avg, and the Dell Monitor i would like to say i can get £200 - £300 fairly easily.

Let me know your thoughts on the matter i would love a fresh pair of eyes. Thanks for all the help, much appreciated!
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This [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] has no g-sync. I have 1 of [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] and I love it. But it's too expensive for me to get 2.
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SSID wroteThis [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] has no g-sync. I have 1 of [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] and I love it. But it's too expensive for me to get 2.


Do you not find 27" too big? Idk, i've never had a 27" but it seems like it would be way too big for a dual monitor setup, i've always used 24".
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I run a 3 monitor setup with 27 inch and I think it's fine. More space to work with.
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