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Slim 1440p monitor low response time/input lag.

So what I'm looking for is a monitor that has low response (1-2ms) time and no/low input lag and 120hz and up, but also 1440p resolution. high contrast ratio, not dynamic contrast though. What I do not care about is viewing angle or color. Preferably the monitor should be slim and as small as possible, around 24", so a high pixel density monitor.

I'm looking for the perfect monitor for me, and what I'm asking is most likely impossible, but try to get as close to the description as you can!

And as you might have guessed, this monitor is intended mainly for gaming, but also some movie watching.

Please help me find the perfect monitor! Thanks in advance.
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  1. It sounds like your perfect monitor is the soon-to-be-released ASUS ROG Swift.

    1440p, 120hz, G-Sync, 3D capable, 1ms response time, extremely low input lag... but a hefty cost. I think it will start out around $700 USD.
  2. Kekoh said:
    It sounds like your perfect monitor is the soon-to-be-released ASUS ROG Swift.

    1440p, 120hz, G-Sync, 3D capable, 1ms response time, extremely low input lag... but a hefty cost. I think it will start out around $700 USD.


    That monitor looks truly amazing but it has the pivot features, which makes the stand very thick. If you know any "slim" monitors that could somewhat fit my description, that would be awesome.
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    Kneekick said:
    Kekoh said:
    It sounds like your perfect monitor is the soon-to-be-released ASUS ROG Swift.

    1440p, 120hz, G-Sync, 3D capable, 1ms response time, extremely low input lag... but a hefty cost. I think it will start out around $700 USD.


    That monitor looks truly amazing but it has the pivot features, which makes the stand very thick. If you know any "slim" monitors that could somewhat fit my description, that would be awesome.


    I am not aware of any other 1440p gaming-oriented monitors. Some people like to order the korean QNix monitors and overclock them to 85+hz, but then you will have major issues if you ever need to send it in for repair (you will have to pay shipping costs, plus the wait time).

    If the ASUS ROG Swift is like their other gaming monitors, the stand will be a VESA stand. That means you will be able to remove the stand and put on a different, slim, VESA stand of your choosing. You could even sell the stand that comes with the Swift, because it is a very high quality stand. Or even use it on another one of your VESA compatible monitors.
  4. Kekoh said:
    Kneekick said:
    Kekoh said:
    It sounds like your perfect monitor is the soon-to-be-released ASUS ROG Swift.

    1440p, 120hz, G-Sync, 3D capable, 1ms response time, extremely low input lag... but a hefty cost. I think it will start out around $700 USD.


    That monitor looks truly amazing but it has the pivot features, which makes the stand very thick. If you know any "slim" monitors that could somewhat fit my description, that would be awesome.


    I am not aware of any other 1440p gaming-oriented monitors. Some people like to order the korean QNix monitors and overclock them to 85+hz, but then you will have major issues if you ever need to send it in for repair (you will have to pay shipping costs, plus the wait time).

    If the ASUS ROG Swift is like their other gaming monitors, the stand will be a VESA stand. That means you will be able to remove the stand and put on a different, slim, VESA stand of your choosing. You could even sell the stand that comes with the Swift, because it is a very high quality stand. Or even use it on another one of your VESA compatible monitors.


    Oh, it never occurred to me that I can change the stand! Thanks a bunch! The ROG Swift looks like the monitor I'm looking for, even though its over 700$. I will pay for a quality monitor. Thanks!
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