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i can say that 60Hz is to slow for fps gaming
public name
· 24 November 2017
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yes, the stand pops off and the holes are under it
Mikey
· 18 December 2016
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100mm VESA mounts on the back.
gadgetmunky
· 20 July 2015
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No i run an MSI GTX 970 and the monitor is amazing!
Just because it does not have Gsync does not make it a bad monitor.
It still has a high refresh rate and i get no screen tearing. … see more
No i run an MSI GTX 970 and the monitor is amazing!
Just because it does not have Gsync does not make it a bad monitor.
It still has a high refresh rate and i get no screen tearing.
Plus the picture and colors are amazing!!
You wont be disappointed. see less
No i run an MSI GTX 970 and the monitor is amazing!
Just because it does not have Gsync does not make it a bad monitor.
It still has a high refresh rate and i get no screen tearing.
Plus the picture and colors are amazing!!
You wont be disappointed.

Neil
· 31 December 2015
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I'm not sure on the standards on the fittings, but yes it can definitely be mounted on the wall since the stand is removable dealt with by a latch button behind the monitor down below, under the connector shelf. You may have to check also on the weight capacity with the arm as the monitor does weigh in at 8 kg. Probabl… see more I'm not sure on the standards on the fittings, but yes it can definitely be mounted on the wall since the stand is removable dealt with by a latch button behind the monitor down below, under the connector shelf. You may have to check also on the weight capacity with the arm as the monitor does weigh in at 8 kg. Probably down to 5kg once the heavy monitor stand is removed. Personally I would recommend mounting it on a desk or another furniture rather than on the wall as you have more flexibility on where the monitor can go in the room, but it's totally up to you. The answer is Yes you can wall mount the monitor provided you match the specifications in regards to fittings. Hope all the suggestions help. see less I'm not sure on the standards on the fittings, but yes it can definitely be mounted on the wall since the stand is removable dealt with by a latch button behind the monitor down below, under the connector shelf. You may have to check also on the weight capacity with the arm as the monitor does weigh in at 8 kg. Probably down to 5kg once the heavy monitor stand is removed. Personally I would recommend mounting it on a desk or another furniture rather than on the wall as you have more flexibility on where the monitor can go in the room, but it's totally up to you. The answer is Yes you can wall mount the monitor provided you match the specifications in regards to fittings. Hope all the suggestions help.
Adam B.
· 18 November 2016
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Nope
Viktor
· 13 December 2016
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Yes but it's hard to find. It's in the polystyrene at the very bottom. I nearly lost it when I couldn't find it 😊
Josh
· 21 June 2017
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In the box you can find: 1 x Power cord, 1 x DisplayPort cable, 1 x USB 3.0 cable, 1 x HDMI cable
New Vimusa SLU
Seller · 20 May 2016