Nine owners wrote in their reviews that this PC monitor had a good refresh rate. Digitaltrends.com wrote last year “High refresh rate”. Laptopmedia.com wrote “144 Hz refresh rate and 1 ms response time”. Newegg.com wrote in their review of the DELL S2716DG “Excellent resolution and refresh rate” and gave this PC monitor a score of a maximum of 5 stars.
Eight customers mentioned in their reviews that it had good picture quality. In April last year Newegg.com said “G-Sync This allows your monitor refresh rate to MATCH the fps of your graphics card”. Newegg.com also mentioned “You can set this monitor to a refresh rate that works best with your graphics card” in their review. Newegg.com also wrote “G-sync (If you have a Nvidia Graphics Card” in their review.
Three owners said in their reviews that it had good colour saturation. P. M. Mcshane said on Amazon “This monitor came with no dead pixels etc, I can't see any colours that shouldnt be there” in their review of this PC monitor. P. M. Mcshane also wrote “Colours for me look good, I did reduce the Gamma, only because I read somewhere you should” in their review. Hunnajones said on Walmart.com also in April last year “Colours are also amazing Cons”.
Two owners mentioned in their reviews that it had clear images. In April last year Newegg.com wrote “1440p at 27" offers plenty of screen real estate and decent clarity (particularly for gaming” but despite that they gave it a rating of 60 out of 100. Newegg.com also said “Text clarity is superb” in their review.
One owner who purchased it said that it had image ghosting. Jarred Roe scored the product the highest possible rating of 5 stars and he wrote on Amazon “Not sure why they bothered with this as the only difference between the 2 is fast produces over shooting and ghosting so best to keep it to normal” in his review of this PC monitor.