Dell S2719DGF S Series Gaming Freesync Monitor, Black,27, 2560 x 1440 Pixels
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- Sharp, tear-free graphics with a swift refresh rate up to 155Hz (overclocked) and AMD FreeSync for super smooth visuals
- Dominate with crisp QHD resolution
- Recon-blue metallic finishing complements Dell Gaming PCs for a unified look and gaming experience
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Get blazing fast and responsive gameplay with minimum input lag at an extremely rapid 1 ms response time. Enjoy vivid edge-to-edge gameplay and crisp QHD resolution. You'll get lost in the 3. 68 million pixels almost two times more than full HD. Create a seamless multi-monitor setup with the three sided thin bezel design and expand your gaming landscape.
Have your game keep up
Smooth gameplay: Experience sharp, tear-free graphics with a swift refresh rate up to 155Hz (overclocked) and AMD FreeSync for super smooth visuals.
Leave lag behind: Get blazing fast and responsive gameplay with minimum input lag at an extremely rapid 1ms response time.
Bask in every detail: Enjoy vivid edge-to-edge gameplay and crisp QHD resolution. You'll get lost in the 3.68 million pixels--almost two times more than Full HD.
Make your own rules
If looks could thrill: Recon-blue metallic finishing complements Dell Gaming PCs for a unified look and gaming experience.
Total versatility: Supports AMD FreeSync and offers you the flexibility to game with the No-Sync fast refresh option on your existing hardware.
Customize your advantage: Personalize and preset up to three gaming profiles.
Made to game your way: With tilt, pivot, swivel and height adjustable features, you can find your ideal viewing position and game for long hours comfortably.
Effortless Connectivity: With the wide range of ports, hook up this Gaming Monitor to your PC, and add another secondary device – like your gaming console of choice –for simultaneous entertainment options. Plus with convenient front access interfaces, you can easily connect your gaming mouse, keyboard and headphone.
Ports & Slots:
1. Power connector | 2. Security-lock slot | 3. Stand lock | 4. HDMI 1.4 port | 5. HDMI 2.0 port | 6. DisplayPort 1.2 | 7. Audio line out port | 8. USB upstream port | 9. USB downstream ports | 10. USB BC1.2 charging port | 11. Headphone port
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That all being said, I'm seriously considering purchasing two more for my work office space. I think they're that good!
About me: I use this product for gaming and for work. I am a software developer.
Long story short, with some tweaks (my settings are at the bottom), this monitor looks fantastic and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a quality monitor for gaming or work.
When I hooked this monitor up, I was initially disappointed. Colors looked just as washed out, if not more-so, than my current TN monitor (Acer XG270HU). I'd read a lot of reviews praising this monitor but was let down by the out-of-box settings. However, after spending some time tweaking the monitor, I've gotten the colors to "pop" and am completely happy with it. I now see what people mean when they compare the colors on this thing to an IPS. They are very good and honestly do compare to the IPS monitors I've used. It seems the biggest problem of this display is gamma that is set too high by default, and color saturation settings needing to be increased. I would have greatly appreciated the option to adjust gamma on the OSD of the monitor itself, but sadly that can't be done.
Text on this monitor is crystal clear. The anti-glare coating used is better than others in that regard. Seriously, text looks very very good on this thing. For reference, I run windows DPI scaling at 125% because I don't t enjoy squinting. This is my favorite aspect of this monitor. I can look at this thing all day and not be annoyed.
Color uniformity is great - After trying numerous IPS and VA panels, this was my biggest gripe with them, particularly the curved VA panels and all IPS panels I tried. I just can't stand this. When I moved my head from one side of the monitor to the other, google search pages went from light pink to light green from right to left. Or I'd see color temperature hot spots that just looked terrible. The gamma shift that's present in TN monitors does not bother me though, because it's consistent. It's worth noting the gamma shift on this monitor is great for a TN. It's noticeable but minor. I can and will live with it.
I love the physical design of this thing. Dell knocked it out of the park by NOT adding useless RGB lighting or obnoxious "gamer" flare and sticking with a clean and sharp design. It looks straight up classy and should fit in with any desk environment including professional settings. The ergonomic adjustments are classic Dell and work well. It simply feels like a quality product. The USB hub is awesome as I drive this from a laptop and only have to worry about one USB cable to plug into the computer. My peripherals stay plugged into the monitor.
With the above being said, gaming is great on this thing. 155hz is appreciated over 144hz, and freesync works fine with my GTX 1070. No Issues here, loving it.
To conclude, after being disappointed with the VA and IPS high refresh panels on the market, mainly due to uniformity issues that bothered me constantly, I'm very happy to have found a TN monitor without those issues. The viewing angles aren't as good as an IPS, but they're good enough for me. I don't do gymnastics at my desk. I see no need to "upgrade" to another panel type because the colors are just that good on this one. 155hz + excellent colors + a clean and professional design + minor (and expected) gamma shift are a winning recipe. I'll be picking up another shortly.
Settings I use for this monitor (settings not mentioned are not changed from default):
--changed through monitor OSD--
Edit: Updating this based on more recent settings I've found I like better.
Brightness: my settings range from 40 to 60 percent depending on ambient lighting. This thing gets SERIOUSLY bright.
Overclocked to 155hz
Freesync on (works great with Nvidia cards)
Preset mode: Custom Color
Gain: R 97, G 92, B 96
Saturation: R 63, G 63, B 63, C 63, M 63, Y 63
--changed through Nvidia control panel--
Now the big elephant in the room is the fact that it's a TN panel. I usually hate these for the dull, washed out look they generally have. However, reviews around the internet insisted this panel looked almost as good as an IPS panel while others stated they could not tell the difference between this TN display and an IPS one when placed side by side.
I was highly skeptical but ordered it anyway figuring I will just return it after a few days as I just would be sick of the washed out TN picture.
Well, imagine my surprise when I turned it on and saw a vibrant picture with not so bad viewing angles! In fact, the viewing angles are pretty darn good!
To my eye, there is a ever so slight fade to color when held up to an IPS panel. But it's so minor that that a cheaply made IPS panel would still come in second to this one and even a well made one still wouldn't stand out enough for me to turn this one down.
While I don't doubt that some can't see the difference between this and an IPS dispaly, I could,
but just barely. Overall, the difference was negligible and I'm very happy with this display.
I don't know how they got such great picture quality and color from creaky TN technology, but Dell did it here and I give a big tip of my cap to them. Just amazing.
Note: This monitor only comes with an HDMI cable. It has a HDMI 2.0 port. Make sure to plug it into that one and not the HDMI 1.4 in order to get the 144hz. It has a sticker in the back pointing to the right port.
Bought this as a gaming monitor and love it. I have it beside a Dell U3011 IPS monitor and you can tell the colors aren't as great, but they're good enough. It's my first 144hz monitor and I love the smoothness. Wasn't expecting the bezels to be as small as they are. They're smaller than the 3 23" Dell S2340Ms I bought for 3 monitor gaming which had small bezels. This monitor would be perfect for that. Was gonna pull the trigger on the S2716DG right before I found this one. Saved 100$ by losing G-Sync, but I haven't noticed any tearing. Also as an exclusive headphone user, the headphone port on this monitor is in a way better position than the S2716DG. The stand feels great, apart from it being hard to Swivel the display. Not sure if they get easier with use. Highly recommend.