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For Sale [EU]: Samsung S23A750D 3D 120hz 1080p Monitor

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  1. Rik1254

    Rik1254 Well-Known Member

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    Hello :D

    Up for sale is my Samsung 3D monitor. One of the few monitors that actually works with AMD HD3D profiles. If that doesn't interest you, this monitor also refreshes at 120hz.

    I bought this brand new around 2 years ago, just as overclockersUK were discontinuing the lines.
    This is a simply amazing monitor, colours are crisp, the 3D works (although I bought it for the 120hz aspect), and it's simply stunning.

    Good points:
    - 120hz
    - 3D
    - Immaculate condition
    - Working glasses included

    Bad points:
    - Non vesa-mount compatible
    - It switches off every now and then. I only used this with a DP cable that came with it, once I switched to HDMI, it worked perfectly from there.
    - No box

    Due to no box, postage is going to be a pain; I don't exactly trust this monitor going through couriers hands. However, if you want it posted, pay the price and I'll post it (I will include insurance just in case).

    I'm after £70 + Postage, which I find fair. Prices seem to be around £65, but they have scratches and dead pixels. Postage will be around £15. This monitor weights around 4kg, once all of the packaging is on, easily 5.5-6kg and then insurance on top.

    Pictures will be up shortly :)
     
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    Hey there, just found this online. Is this still for sale as I'm interested :)

    Kyle
     
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    It is still available, however, I've been moving recently and it's been boxed up and stored somewhere under a multitude of boxes .

    I'm more than happy to hold for you until I dig it out if you are not completely desperate?
     
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    I'm not super desperate I guess, I'm actually about to move back to the UK (specifically Brighton) from Austria in the next couple of days. So no worries about that.

    It would also help to have it posted, how risky will it be do you think exactly lol? And what would be the best way to make this transaction happen? :)

    Regards,
    Kyle

    Ah I've just realised that only the hdmi works and I'm pretty sure hdmi only supports 60hz and I'm only really interested for the 120hz! Sorry to waste your time, shame the display port is acting up :/.
     
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    Rik1254 Well-Known Member

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    Know what, I never actually checked to see if it was running 120Hz with the HDMI (I always assumed it did). This does in fact come with HDMI 1.4, so in theory it should produce 120Hz. I'll try and dig it out today and check for you.

    In regards to the DP issue, it's more of a temperament. Some days it will never happen, then others it will happen after about 3 hours of use (doesn't matter if you are watching videos, internet browsing or gaming in regards to the frequency of turn offs.

    If you are still interested, I'm happy to post, but due to the stupid shape and integrated base; I'm slightly worried for the integrity during posting. Obviously it will be packaged up as much as possible.
     
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