It’s here, the full overlord monitor X270OC review which will go into detail about the look and feel of the monitor in use, as well as the games I play on it including a general idea of the fps and the graphics required to tame this beast, so read on for the details.
Finally, After much anticipation and agreeably a bit of worry, my 27″ IPS panel 1440p overclockable monitor arrived from overlord computers! If that juicy title hasn’t got you interested, read on for the full unboxing experience and how I set it up.
This post is about the new 120Hz 1440p monitors I found that seemed too good to be true and some information on them if your a gamer looking for the next big thing! Read on for more.
The results from my poll about what I should buy myself for christmas 2012 were fairly straight forward as the Asus 120Hz monitor with 3D was leading by a long shot. The problem with the monitor was that it was only 1080p, and i’m a hardcore gamer but not terribly into FPS games which was pretty much the only reason to go for 120Hz in a monitor. If your not a geek then a monitors resolution such as “1440p” is the number of pixels for the height of the monitor, the full resolution name for 1440p is 2560×1440, with the monitor having 2560 pixels along with width for a total of 3,686,400 pixels.