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ASUS VG27AQZ vs Dell S2721DGFA

Hi, im looking for a new monitor for my system (RTX 3060 Ti). I am thinking a 27" QHD monitor with at least 120hz RR and good image quality. I dont want curved or VA panels. I live in Turkey so we dont get amazing pricing like in the US. Other similar options from brands like MSI, LG, Gigabyte and Viewsonic are either over 400$ USD or N/A. However i found these two monitors for what i think is a good price for my country at least:

ASUS VG27AQZ (338$ USD)

Dell S2721DGFA (351$ USD)

I know the Dell is good, but how is the ASUS option? Which one should i choose?
 

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both seem to have similar specs or some better, It depends on also if you prioritize on Color Accuracy but IPS are decent at that whereareas, for the price I would pick the ASUS VG27AQZ, since Asus also makes decent monitors, i wouldn't skip on them

 

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How much is the updated version of the ASUS TUF monitor, the VG27AQL1A ?

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/asus/tuf-gaming-vg27aql1a

 

Comparison between the VG27AQZ and VG27AQL1A.

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/tools/compare/asus-tuf-vg27aq-vs-asus-tuf-gaming-vg27aql1a/1640/15402?usage=3623&threshold=0.10

 

The DELL is a pretty good monitor; my brother has two of them.

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/dell/s2721dgf

 

For both the DELL and ASUS monitors, I recommend that you calibrate / adjust the monitor settings, and use the ICC profile RTINGS provided.

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