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  1. Hi Everyone, I am tying to select a 1440p >60+ hz monitor (preferably 144) for RTX 2060. This display will be only used for gaming so I am okay with TN or VA panel. My budget is INR 30k or USD 390. I can only find AOPEN Acer 32HC1Q in this price range and specs on Amazon India. 1. Can anyone provide an honest review of AOPEN Acer 32HC1Q? Is it worth it? (https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07L9CDPTC/?coliid=I3QTAM8ZY7W98E&colid=2YSG6ZBFWVNVC&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it) 2. Is there any other monitor of 24/27 inches with 1440p >60+ hz within that budget in India? Could you please send me the link? Thanks!
  2. Wanted to quickly confirm if the AMD freesync will be fully compatible in case I go with GTX 1660 Super? or rather G-Sync is the way to go?
  3. So, in India the prices are a bit on the higher side - RX 5600 XT - ~ $380 GTX 1660 Super - ~ $318 RTX 2060 - ~410 RTX 2060 Super - ~500
  4. Yes I can go for VA but can u suggest a good 144 hz 24-ish monitor?
  5. Hi All I wanted your opinion on upgrading my nearly 2 year old gaming PC in terms of graphics card and Monitor. My current PC Spec: Gigabyte H310M H motherboard Corsair VS 450 PSU i5-9400F - not overclocked Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Dual Fan - not overclocked 8x2 GB 2400 RAM 500 GB Micron SSD for OS/Adobe CC Suite 1 TB 7200 RPM Seagate Barracuda for game installation Benq 24 inch GW2480 IPS display - (default 60 Hz overclocked to 87 Hz) I DO NOT play esports title such as CS:GO but mostly AAA or similar titles such as Doom Eternal. I use my PC for Adobe PS/Premier/After Effects from time to time as well. I am trying to upgrade to 1080p (High/Ultra) 60-144 fps system for all demanding titles such as Battlefield V for the next 2 years. I have a budget of $350 for GPU and $300 for a new monitor (+/- $25). So, should I go for GTX 1660 Ti/GTX 1660 Super or directly to RTX 2060? Also, if anyone can suggest a good monitor with a decent color gamut and 144 Hz refresh rate. I had shortlisted - ASUS VG258QR but would like a second opinion as it has a TN panel. [P.S I am not too much inclined towards ray-tracing for the time-being.] Thanks a lot !!
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