Joined on 12/29/15
Everything is fine except the ghosting...
Pros: -IPS panel -Color accurate -Really good price -G-Sync compatible -HDR is ok, it works fine in games but doesn't work as good in Netflix. Great on Youtube.
Cons: -The stand don't rotate but I personally use an arm. -The biggest con is the ghosting, I'm coming from an Asus VG248QE 1080p 144Hz TN panel. The color on my old panel are washed out but there's no ghosting or trail. With the new one it's a little bit bad. If you play CSGO, R6 or other competitive games, it's not the best. I have use this monitor for 2 weeks now and it's a little bit better when you're adapt to it but it's not the greatest. The best settings i've found is Overdrive at SPEED and FreeSync Premium On so you can activate G-Sync in the Nvidia control panel. I also turned on Low latency in Nvidia control panel. You can try Super Resolution, in some games it can help to see better with high FPS but it's weird in some vegetation like trees.
Overall Review: I'm still keeping it because I don't think it's the worst you can have. It's at a good price, I see better in 1440p and if I really need the fast pixels response time, I'll use my Asus. The colors are really great for movies and games and I love HDR. In the video, the first monitor is the Gigabyte and the second one is The Asus VG248QE.