Modern gaming, and monitors

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by NewBrandon, Dec 27, 2017.

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  1. NewBrandon

    NewBrandon New Member

    I love how Razer can fit into so many styles for anyone, from minimal and more modern, to the extremely gaming futuristic setups.

    A personal problem I've had is I have a very modern/minimal room with a really nice darker theme. The problem is finding a monitor that fits into my setup and works for gaming, I would love to see razer come out with a great minimal modern darker monitor. For now, though id love to hear if you guys know any nice monitors that are good for gaming and would fit into a simple setup.

    Just an idea a monitor like the one on the Microsoft surface studios would be nice if they didn't sell it with the terrible computer for 4000 dollars. I've heard and seen so many people ask for something like that, it would crazy if Razer can create that product that will satisfy so many people from regular people looking for a nice monitor that isn't so gaming/industrial to the gamers who want the perfect position on their monitors and good Hz and everything in between. For now, id love to hear if anyone knows of nice gaming monitors that aren't "too much"
     
  2. ChiefNieth

    ChiefNieth Active Member

    I personally use a Dell 34" Ultrawide and the Razer Chroma HDK on the bottom and top of it. Looks positively amazing against my glass desk with a white wall behind it. Not sure what exactly you are looking for but as far as good looking monitors go, Dell is my #1 go to brand. I do use a offbrand 144hz monitor for FPS games sometimes, but it doesn't look nearly as amazing as a dell 34 and the HDK. Hope this helps for an alternate solution :)
     
  3. NewBrandon

    NewBrandon New Member

    how many hz is the dell
     
  4. NewBrandon

    NewBrandon New Member

    also, id loves to add that a monitor like a dell ^ would be nice with more Hz and g sync. I'm sure many people would pay a pretty dollar for something more along those lines.
     
  5. ChiefNieth

    ChiefNieth Active Member

    60, sadly, and it has FreeSync. I think you can overclock to 75 though
     
  6. jjyeh8

    jjyeh8 New Member

    I'm using a Dell 24" monitor that has G-Sync. The model number is S2417DG. Dell also has a 27" version (S2716DG). Both are 2560x1440p.
    I really like the aesthetics of this monitor because it doesn't scream "GAMER", but on Dell's website, it's listed as a gaming monitor. In terms of color, the base and back of the stand is a darkish silver, but the rest is a matte black, with minimal top and side bezels.
    The refresh rate is 60Hz on HDMI, and goes up to 144Hz on DisplayPort 1.2. I bought it for around $430 at the time, but you can get it on Amazon for $400 new without tax or shipping.
     
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  7. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    I have the same one and like it, it can be overclocked to 165hz also. 1440 resolution looks great at 24" and the gsync and 165hz make it great for gaming. The only thing I don't like are the colors aren't amazing and it has color banding thats noticable on any dark scenes. But it's very simple looking and probably the least "gamer" looking gaming monitor, and it's bezels are really small.
     
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