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    Best 27" 2560x1440p Monitors: AHVA/IPS/PLS


    Only semi-glossy (light matte), glossy and Plasma Deposition coating plus LED PWM Dimming (Side Effects) Free/Super High Frequency using 2560x1440 monitors without really obvious overshoot ghosting, tons of quality control issues and good color presets will make my list.

    I included =DEAD='s (overclock.ru reviewer) photos since they are excellent and were taken with the same camera settings which makes it easy to compare the displays aesthetics.

    If a monitor is not on this list it either has not been reviewed properly, been reviewed at all or is mediocre. All monitors suffer from regular quality control issues: back-light bleeding and pixel issues (dead and stuck pixels).


    The single input monitors are delay free, only have brightness controls, do not have a menu with color controls and ONLY work with PC's. The multi-input monitors can not overclock, or drop frames when overclocked which makes movement look stuttery/laggy, but can be connected to consoles.

    Warning: The 144hz 1440p AHVA Panels have very poor quality control and tend to suffer from back-light bleed and yellow or brown stains too.

    Single Input Matte:
    Acer XB270HU (144hz matte AHVA with G-Sync)
    Crossover 2795 QHD (more information; it's the best Korean monitor for PC gaming currently)

    Multi-Input Matte: Gaming Priority=Blue Image Quality=Purple

    #3 #1 Crossover 27V IPS DP Freedom

    The 27V IPS DP Freedom can be considered delay free, uses an AH-VA panel (AUO's version of IPS), has excellent color presets and supports AMD Free-Sync (40-60hz). The Crossover 27V replaced the 27S.

    #1 #2 or 3 Eizo FS2735

    The Eizo FS2735 uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, excellent colour presets, a high quality matte black bezel which increases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. Free-Sync (AMD GPU required) works from 56-144hz/fps, eliminates tearing and lag, and the Eizo has lower input lag than the Asus MG279Q at lower refresh rates.

    #1 #4 Acer XB271HU

    The Acer XB271HU uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has good colour presets aside from a preset green tint, a frame-less casing with an inner black bezel which decreases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. G-Sync (Nvivida GPU required) works from 30-165hz (144hz is the default maximum refresh rate but it can be overclocked to 165hz), eliminates tearing and lag, but Lightboost is limited to 120z. It also has an HDMI input which allows it to work with external devices like consoles.

    #1 #4 Asus PG279Q:

    The Asus PG279Q uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has good colour presets aside from a preset green tint, a matte black bezel and an inner black bezel which decreases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. G-Sync (Nvivida GPU required) works from 30-165hz (144hz is the default maximum refresh rate but it can be overclocked to 165hz), eliminates tearing and lag, but Lightboost is limited to 120z. It also has an HDMI input which allows it to work with external devices like consoles.

    #2 #4 Asus MG279Q:

    The Asus MG279Q uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has excellent colour presets when the Racing mode is selected, a high quality matte grey bezel which vastly increases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. Free-Sync (AMD GPU required) works from 30-90fps, eliminates tearing and lag, but the has >10ms delay when not set to 144hz.

    #3 #1 LG 27MB85R: It has excellent colour presets, a matte grey bezel, low input lag and fast pixel response times. The LG does not use PWM Dimming while the Qnix/X-Star PLS panels do, as well as at least three different panels. The 27MB85R-B is the best since it can be hardware calibrated (colour corrections are saved internally and can not be reset by the video card or games), has a matte grey bezel which vastly increases the perceived black depth, negligible input lag, very fast pixel response times and excellent colour presets. Competitors like the GW2765HT has a frame of input lag, a perceived black depth ruining glossy black bezel, worse colour presets, no hardware calibration and slower pixel response times. The 2014 edition of the PB278Q has a matte black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth when the monitor is not placed in a very bright room, and awful colours and contrast when the colour controls are unlocked. The Dell U2715H has slightly worse colour presets, can't be hardware calibrated and has a inner black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth since it is not actually frame-less. (example).

    #3 #2 Qnix QX2710 Multi Hot

    The Multi Hot is pretty much the same as the QX2710R, but uses a perceived black depth increase brushed dark matte grey bezel while the QX2710R uses a glossy black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth, but has more inputs. The Multi Hot can be overclocked to 87hz without dropping frames via Dual-Link DVI; the higher refresh rate counters the 20ms delay and reducing screen tearing if playing without V-Sync which makes it a better choice for PC gaming than the 2014 edition of the Asus PB278Q/PB278QR, and the Multi Hot does not suffer from contrast and color accuracy loss when using the color controls.

    #4 #2 Asus PB278QR/2014 PB278Q: It is PWM/Flicker Free, delay free unlike most of the multi-input 1440p monitors and is noticeably faster pixel response time wise (ghosts less), but it has slightly worse colour presets than the AOC Q2770PQU, BenQ BL2710PT and LG 27MB85R. When the colour controls are unlocked (switch the Colour Temperature setting from Warm to User), the colour accuracy and contrast are reduced to the point of ruining the image quality.

    #3 #3 AOC Q2770PQU: I preferred the BenQ BL2710PT I reviewed over the AOC Q2770PQU I tested since the BenQ had slightly better color presets and less corner glow, but the AOC is worth trying out first since it can use glow free panels. The AOC's Medium overdrive setting provides slightly faster pixel response times than the BL2710PT, but suffers from a tiny bit of overshoot ghosting and they have similar lag which is why they are tied for gaming.

    #4 #2 BenQ BL2710PT

    #5 #4 BenQ GW2765HT

    The BenQ GW2765HT has faster pixel response times than the cheaper multi-input Qnix AHVA (QX2710R & QX2710 Multi Hot) and PLS (QHD2730R), can be returned and exchanged easily in most countries, but can not overclock, may have slightly worse colour presets than the Qnix monitors, and more glow than the QHD2730R PLS since PLS panels tend to glow less.


    Glossy Single Input: Able to overclock up to 120hz (96hz minimum)
    MOTV M2700
    Overlord Tempest X27OC
    Yamakasi Catleap
    Zalcom ZM27Q1 (it's a non-overclock-able panel with nearly identical performance)


    The MOTV M2700, Overlord X27OC and Yamakasi Catleap all use the same overclock-able, glossy 8 Bit LG S-IPS panels and offer nearly identical performance. The MOTV is only available from Green-Sum's store.

    The glossy Qnix QX2710 & X-Star DP2710, have slower pixel response times and the gamma rises when overclocked, but glow less than the IPS panels when viewed head on. The ICC profiles provided in my reviews correct the high gamma. The newest batch of glossy Qnix & X-Star's use LED PWM Dimming/flicker back-lights and a different Samsung PLS panel which remains unaffected colour wise when overclocked.

    Glossy Multi-Input: Crossover 2720MDP/2730MD

    Plasma Deposition Coating
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    Crossover 27QW Sawkwa and Crossover 27QW DP
    Hazro HZ27WiDP it is not PWM free but has an 842hz frequency which is 4x higher than normal.
    iiyama XB2779QS: minimum brightness is 170cdm/2

    Wide Gamut: Monitors for work with programs which support colour management. These are a waste of money for multi-media use and should be calibrated with an accurate colorimeter (no Spyders) like the X-Rite Colormunki or i1 Display Pro (=cheapest good options) to maximize their potential.

    Matte:
    Eizo CG277: Comes with a built in colorimeter, can be hardware calibrated, has colur compensation and is glow free.
    Eizo CX271: Can be hardware calibrated, has colur compensation and is glow free.
    HP Z27X: Can be hardware calibrated via XML editing*, is glow free and is better for gaming than the Eizos and NEC PA272W.

    Semi-Glossy or grain free matte:

    Dell UP2716DG: It can be hardware calibrated, but will not provide as accurate results as the others.
    LG 27MB85Z-B: It can be hardware calibrated, is cheaper than the Viewsonic VP2772 and is delay free.
    NEC PA272W: It can be hardware calibrated and has colour compensation.
    Viewsonic VP2772: It has better colour presets than the LG which makes it more suitable for people who do not own a colorimeter.
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    Acer H277U

    Review by Les Numeriques

    The Acer H277HU uses a 60hz matte 8 bit 2560x1440 frame-less LG AH-IPS panel with good preset color accuracy, lots of inputs, fast pixel response times with minimal overshoot ghosting, but is not VESA compliant, and its frame-less casing has an inner black bezel which ruins its perceived black depth.

    Acer XB270HU
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    The Acers main downside is the use of a glossy black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth (Microsoft Paint Example & Monitor Example).

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    Acer XB271HU

    Review by NCX (In Progress)

    It's pretty much the same as the PG279Q. The Acer XB271HU uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has good colour presets aside from a preset green tint, a frame-less casing with an inner black bezel which decreases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. G-Sync (Nvivida GPU required) works from 30-165hz (144hz is the default maximum refresh rate but it can be overclocked to 165hz), eliminates tearing and lag, but Lightboost is limited to 120z. It also has an HDMI input which allows it to work with external devices like consoles.
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    Acer XF270HU

    27" 2560x1440 matte AUO AHVA panel with 30-144hz Free-Sync range.

    List of cards which support Free-Sync.


    AOC Q2770PQU



    The AOC Q2770PQU uses a semi-glossy (grain free matte) coating and a Samsung PLS panel. =DEAD= thinks (Use Google or Chrome to translate) it is the best matte (semi-glossy), multi-input 1440p monitor aside from the more expensive, glow free Eizo EV2736W.

    The AOC Q2770PQU I reviewed had slightly worse color presets and more corner glow (left side) than the BL2710PT I reviewed, as well as slightly less balanced overdrive. The AOC's Medium overdrive setting has slightly faster pixel response times than the BL2710PT's AMA High setting, but also suffers from minor overshoot ghosting.

    The AOC Q2770PQU TFT Central Reviewed was glow free like the Eizo EV2736W when viewed head on which proves that AOC is using at least 2 different Samsung PLS panels. The different panels perform almost identically aside from the glow.

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    Asus PG279Q
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    The Asus PG279Q uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has good colour presets aside from a preset green tint, a matte black bezel and an inner black bezel which decreases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. G-Sync (Nvivida GPU required) works from 30-165hz (144hz is the default maximum refresh rate but it can be overclocked to 165hz), eliminates tearing and lag, but Lightboost is limited to 120z. It also has an HDMI input which allows it to work with external devices like consoles.

    Review by =DEAD=
    Review by Digital Versus
    Review by Extrahardware CZ
    Review by NCX (In Progress)
    Review by PC Lab PL
    Review by PRAD
    Review by Sweclockers
    Review by TFT Central


    Asus MG279Q
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    The Asus MG279Q uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has excellent colour presets when the Racing mode is selected, a high quality matte grey bezel which vastly increases the perceived black depth, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. Free-Sync (AMD GPU required) works from 30-90fps, eliminates tearing and lag, but the has >10ms delay when not set to 144hz.

    Review by Daywalker
    Review by =DEAD=
    Review by Extrahardware CZ
    Hardware Info Test Results
    Review by Playwares
    Review by PRAD
    Review by SWECLOCKERS
    Review by TFT Central

    List of cards which support Free-Sync.
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    Asus MX27AQ

    The Asus MX27AQ uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel. It's quite similar to the Dell U2715H, uses a frame-less casing which has an inner black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth, and like the U2715H, is not as good as the similarly priced LG 27MB85R-B (Example: notice how light the black letter box bars look compared to the monitors inner black bezel). It tends to come with high preset gamma which causes minor black crush and dulls the colors.

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    Asus PB278QR

    The PB278QR is the same as the PB278Q from 2014 which now uses an AUO AHVA panel and a matte black bezel. The PB278QR and new PB278Q have worse colour presets and lower contrast than the original PLS version, but do not use LED PWM Dimming (Side Effects) unlike the original, are delay free unlike the majority of multi-input 1440p monitors and have faster pixel response times than the original.

    The AOC Q2770PQU and BenQ BL2710PT have better preset colours and perceived black depth, but higher input lag and slightly slower pixel response times.

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    BenQ BL2710PT
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    PRAD's Oscilloscope Measurements

    The BenQ BL2710PT uses a semi-glossy (grain free matte) coating and an 8 bit+FRC AHVA (AUO's version of IPS/PLS panel. The color presets are slightly worse than the Asus PB278Q, Eizo EV2736W and Viewsonic VP2770's but it is the fastest along with the Crossover 2720MDP Viewsonic VP2770 (Advanced) which are all free from overshoot ghosting.

    PRAD measured a 1ms signal delay but everyone else measured around 20ms...

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    BenQ GW2765HT
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    The GW2765HT uses a semi-glossy or nearly grain free matte coated 8 Bit +FRC (10 Bit) AHVA panel. It has decent colour presets and overdrive (AMA High), but it can't match the AOC Q2770PQU and BenQ BL2710PT's (once the gamma is changed from mode 4 to mode 2) colour preset accuracy. It also has slightly slower pixel response times and a tiny bit of overshoot compared to the BL2710PT as well as the typical frame of input lag. When not placed in very bright rooms, the glossy black bezel ruins the perceived black dept, refer to the below video to see examples:


    =DEAD= Review (Russian)
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    Crossover 2795QHD

    Product Page (Korean).
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    It uses a matte 2560x1440 LG LM270WQ1-SLC1 AH-IPS panel (proof).

    The Crossover 2795QHD uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit matte LG AH-IPS panel and can be overclocked. The Crossover 2795 does not use LED PWM Dimming unlike the Qnix/X-Star monitors, has excellent colour presets, high contrast and fast pixel response times. Its main downside is the use of a glossy black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth (Microsoft Paint Example & Monitor Example). Unfortunately, most Korean monitors use glossy black bezels, as do expensive monitors like the Acer XB270HU

    Most versions (there are at least 3 for both the glossy and matte PLS versions) of the Qnix/X-Star use LED PWM Dimming which ruins motion clarity (example) and cause some people to suffer from health issues like headaches and eyestrain. PWM Side Effects. Blur Busters 60hz vs. 120hz. The 2795 QHD has more accurate colours than all glossy Qnix/X-Stars (especially the new 07 glossy panel which uses PWM) and faster pixel response times/less ghosting than all PLS Qnix/X-Stars.

    Crossover 27S IPS DP Freedom

    Review by Playwares
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    The 27S IPS DP Freedom can be considered delay free, uses an AH-VA panel (AUO's version of IPS), has excellent color presets and supports AMD Free-Sync (40-60hz).

    List of cards which support Free-Sync.


    Crossover 27 Fast 144

    Review by Playwares

    The Crossover 27 Fast 144 uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit AUO AHVA panel, a nearly grain free matte coating, has excellent colour presets, a matte black and silver bezel, fast pixel response times and a 144hz refresh rate. Free-Sync (AMD GPU required) works from 30-90fps, eliminates tearing and lag.
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    Crossover 2720MDP



    The Crossover 2720MDP uses a glossy, 8 bit+FRC LG S-IPS panel. The pixel response times are slightly faster than the Asus PB278Q, Crossover AMG and 27QW series, Dell U2713HM, Samsung S27A850D, and Qnix QX2710/X-Star DP2710, and it is free from overshoot ghosting.

    I've tested two 2720MDP's and the second one (purchased March 2014) I tested only has 1 HDMI input and much better colors than the original from 2012 (it has 2 HDMI inputs) since it has higher average gamma so the colors do not look slightly washed out and are on par with the best semi-glossy options. The 2720MDP is THE glossy, multi-input monitor to buy.

    The Crossover 2730MD is essentially the same as the 2720MDP except it has less inputs. Both options have at least a 1 frame delay.

    2730MD Review by =DEAD=. (Use Google or Chrome to Translate)
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    Crossover AMG & QW Series

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    These Crossover monitors use Plasma Deposition Coating or PDC ; read about PDC here.

    Read the Brightness Control section (most other multi-input Korean monitors do not have proper brightness controls, including the 27QW HDMI).

    The new Crossover 27QW Sakwa (Product Page; 2015 model) has proper brightness controls and is also PWM/Flicker Free, and should be purchased over the 27QW (2014 model) and 2735AMG since Crossover usually improves their monitors each year. Best Price.

    Playerwares measured the 2755AMG's pixel response times with an oscilloscope, as well as the Crossover 2720MDP's and the 2755AMG is a bit slower than the 2720MDP but is free from overshoot ghosting.

    The single input models (2735AMG, 27QW and 27QW Sakwa) can be considered delay free while the multi-input models (2755AMG, 2763AMG, and 27QWDP) have slightly more than a frame (16.7ms) of input lag (+/- 20ms). The QW series monitors (2014 & 2015) have better build quality than the AMG series monitors (2013)

    2735AMG Review by =DEAD=
    2755AMG Review by =DEAD=
    2755AMG Review by NCX

    2755AMG Review by Playwares
    27QW Review by =DEAD=
    27QW DP review by =DEAD=

    The Crossover 27QW DP reviewe by =DEAD= has better build quality and slightly better contrast than the multi-input AMG series monitors. The Crossover 27QW HDMI does not have proper brightness controls, but it can be considered delay free and has identical image quality.
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