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Old 05-12-17, 06:52 AM
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Dell S2417DG

Hi All,
I'm currently looking for a new monitor and quite fancy the Dell S2417DG.

I have been looking at the Asus lines but looking around the forums a few people have had bad experiences and it has put me off a little.

I don't really need anything over 24" as my desk space is limited.

Does anyone have any experience with the S2417DG? Also, if anyone can suggest any other alternatives that would be great.

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Old 05-12-17, 06:54 AM
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I had this monitor before I swapped over to a 4K screen, It's brilliant for gaming and it's nice and clean aesthetics differentiate it from the blingy gamery types out there which is refreshing, For a TN it's fantastic and the 165Hz mixed with G-Sync makes any image feel like butter, Highly recommended.
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Old 05-12-17, 07:01 AM
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Hi Dice,
Wow, that was a quick reply . Yeah I feel the same way, as nice as the gaming monitors are I prefer the more clean and understated look. Plus, I've had my fair share of Dell products and to be fair none of them have let me down.

It looks like it could be a S2417DG then .
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Hi Dice,
Wow, that was a quick reply . Yeah I feel the same way, as nice as the gaming monitors are I prefer the more clean and understated look. Plus, I've had my fair share of Dell products and to be fair none of them have let me down.

It looks like it could be a S2417DG then .
You won't regret it, Brilliant monitor
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Yeah if I were to get a Gsync monitor it would be between the monitor in quesiton or it's bigger brother.
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Old 05-12-17, 07:33 AM
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Awesome, will stat doing some shopping around then

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