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can someone help ,me yes or no??


It is fine.

It is 1440p and 75hz, so more geared towards adventure games and so on. It is also IPS.


If you want to do esports maybe consider 1080p 144hz, it is the same price, but at the same time it has twice the refreshrate, but resolution is smaller, and most are TFT, so worse colors.


So the monitor you posted is pretty good for normal computer usage and playing games, but if you are doing heavy esports only there maybe better choices for that.

I only see your reply if you @ me.

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That depends on a lot of things... mainly on what you're looking for. Do you prefer a higher resolution or a higher refresh rate? How important is color accuracy to you? How much are you willing to spend? What hardware would you be using this with?

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I did one mistake sorry

this is  the  correct mode.l




Manufacturer Part Number UM.HV0EE.P01
EAN 4713883814393
Technical Information
Number of Screens 1
Horizontal Viewing Angle 178°
Vertical Viewing Angle 178°
Mount Type Wall Mountable
Panel Technology In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology
Tilt Angle -5°to20°
Swivel Angle No
Maximum Adjustable Height No
Adjustable Display Pivot No
Horizontal Frequency
  • 31 kHz to 222 kHz - HDMI 2.0
  • 31 kHz to 105 kHz - HDMI 1.4
  • 222 kHz - DisplayPort
  • 222 kHz - DisplayPort (FreeSync)
Vertical Frequency
  • 56 Hz to 144 Hz - HDMI 2.0
  • 56 Hz to 76 Hz - HDMI 1.4
  • 40 Hz to 70 Hz - HDMI 1.4 (FreeSync)
  • 40 Hz to 144 Hz - HDMI 2.0 (FreeSync)
  • 40 Hz to 144 Hz - DisplayPort (FreeSync)
  • 40 Hz to 144 Hz - DisplayPort
Brightness 350 cd/m²
Tearing Prevention Technology AMD FreeSync
Display & Graphics
Screen Size 68.6 cm (27")
Screen Mode WQHD
Backlight Technology LED
Aspect Ratio 16:09
Color Supported 16.7 Million Colours
Colour Depth 8-bit
Dynamic Contrast Ratio 100,000,000:1
Native Contrast Ratio 1,000:1
Speakers Yes
Number of Speakers 2
Output Power 2 W
DisplayPort Yes
Power Description
Input Voltage
  • 120 V AC
  • 230 V AC
Standby Power Consumption 350 mW
Off-Mode Power Consumption 300 mW
Energy Efficiency Class B
Energy Consumption per Year 54 kWh
Physical Characteristics
Colour Black
Height 366.1 mm
Width 611.6 mm
Depth 66.1 mm
Weight (Approximate) 5.11 kg
Height with Stand 453 mm
Width with Stand 611.60 mm
Depth with Stand 240.10 mm
Weight with Stand (Approximate) 5.60 kg
VESA Mount Compatible Yes
VESA Mount Standard 100 x 100
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