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I stumbled upon this thread while doing research on Korean monitors. I basically was looking for a 27" LED monitor with a high resolution. For similar inputs (Crossover), I was looking at $450 dollars for a Korean monitor from a trusted seller. $550 if you wanted a "Pixel Perfect" one. I started looking into the QNIX monitors but then realized the time I spent researching these (a better part of two weeks) I could have spent earning money biggrin.gif

I saw this monitor in a local staples and wasn't as amazed as others are, but there wasn't much for viewing material on it. I definitely didn't want a glossy non-antiglare screen. I was able to get the monitor from Memory Express for 629.99 + tax shipped. I priced matched from the NCIX sale of 649.99. That puts it at only 180 dollars more than a Korean and I am more confident with this purchase than the eBAY route.

I'm set to receive the monitor on Monday and will post my impressions as soon as I get a chance to test it out. Looking forward to it. Been programming with at 1440x900 monitor and it isn't a pleasant experience biggrin.gif

Congrats on the monitor and noticed its your first post on OCN.....Welcome. smile.gif
     
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I just got this monitor 2 days ago from bestbuy in Canada for $630+tax and I have to say I honestly never knew a monitor could look this good! It makes my old Samsung T260 1200p monitor look like a horribly washed out 720p monitor. I honestly can't believe the difference not only in terms of colors and viewing angles coming from a TN panel, but also in the massive difference in resolution between 1200p and 1440p even though they only differ by 240 vertical pixels ( I suppose the aspect ratio also makes a difference). And the colors look amazing, they look even better then on my samsung 3d plasma tv!

However I have noticed that my monitor has a blue dead pixel located exactly 6 pixels above the bezel on the right side and a slight amount of back-light bleeding right beside it, so I might return it to get one without a dead pixel but I'm not sure if it's worth the hassle. I have been experiencing a slight amount of eyestrain from viewing the monitor, but I'm guessing it's just because this monitor seems brighter and has a much higher pixel density then my previous monitor and is hopefully not due to PWM.

But now I'm wondering if I should get the dell U2713HM which is on sale right now and I could get for $580+tax, or would I be better off with keeping the Asus even though it's ~$50 more?

Also, currently I have 2 GTX 460's 1GB's in SLI and I've been noticing games tend to randomly shutter a lot which I'm assuming is due to my vram not being enough for 1440p, would it be wise for me to upgrade to a 7850/7870 2GB or stick with my 460's until the gtx 700/HD 8000 series comes out?
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ASUS Launches PQ321 Monitor with 3840 x 2160 IGZO Display




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ASUS today announced the PQ321 True 4K UHD Monitor, a desktop display with a stunning Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution that’s equivalent to four Full HD displays stacked side-by-side. The PQ321 has a 31.5-inch LED-backlit 4K Ultra HD display (140 pixels-per-inch) with 16:9 aspect ratio, and supports 10-bit RGB ‘deep color’ for vibrant images with more natural transitions between hues.

Cutting-edge IGZO panel technology
The ASUS PQ321 True 4K UHD Monitor uses cutting-edge Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) rather than traditional amorphous silicon for the active layer of its LCD panel. IGZO panels support much smaller transistors than amorphous silicon, which in turn gives much smaller pixels and the 3840 x 2160 resolution of the PQ321 is four times that of a 1920 x 1080 Full HD display.

176-degree wide viewing angles on both vertical and horizontal planes minimize onscreen color shift, while the 350cd/m² brightness rating and 8ms gray-to-gray response time ensure smooth, bright, and vibrant moving visuals. IGZO technology also gives reduced energy consumption compared to amorphous silicon and reduces bulk — at 35mm at its thickest point, the PQ321 is the thinnest 4K UHD monitor available today.

Comprehensive video inputs for UHD content
The ASUS PQ321 True 4K UHD Monitor features DisplayPort and US models offer dual-HDMI ports inputs with Picture-by-Picture support. Built-in 2W stereo speakers remove the need for additional desktop clutter and, in addition to being wall-mountable, the monitor stand offers full height, swivel, and tilt adjustment.

AVAILABILITY & PRICING
ASUS will be exhibiting the 39-inch and 31.5-inch True 4K UHD Monitor models at Computex 2013 in Taipei.

http://www.techpowerup.com/184696/asus-launches-pq321-monitor-with-3840-x-2160-igzo-display.html

And here i tought it would be years before we saw a 4K monitor
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ASUS Launches PQ321 Monitor with 3840 x 2160 IGZO Display
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
ASUS today announced the PQ321 True 4K UHD Monitor, a desktop display with a stunning Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution that’s equivalent to four Full HD displays stacked side-by-side. The PQ321 has a 31.5-inch LED-backlit 4K Ultra HD display (140 pixels-per-inch) with 16:9 aspect ratio, and supports 10-bit RGB ‘deep color’ for vibrant images with more natural transitions between hues.

Cutting-edge IGZO panel technology
The ASUS PQ321 True 4K UHD Monitor uses cutting-edge Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (IGZO) rather than traditional amorphous silicon for the active layer of its LCD panel. IGZO panels support much smaller transistors than amorphous silicon, which in turn gives much smaller pixels and the 3840 x 2160 resolution of the PQ321 is four times that of a 1920 x 1080 Full HD display.

176-degree wide viewing angles on both vertical and horizontal planes minimize onscreen color shift, while the 350cd/m² brightness rating and 8ms gray-to-gray response time ensure smooth, bright, and vibrant moving visuals. IGZO technology also gives reduced energy consumption compared to amorphous silicon and reduces bulk — at 35mm at its thickest point, the PQ321 is the thinnest 4K UHD monitor available today.

Comprehensive video inputs for UHD content
The ASUS PQ321 True 4K UHD Monitor features DisplayPort and US models offer dual-HDMI ports inputs with Picture-by-Picture support. Built-in 2W stereo speakers remove the need for additional desktop clutter and, in addition to being wall-mountable, the monitor stand offers full height, swivel, and tilt adjustment.

AVAILABILITY & PRICING
ASUS will be exhibiting the 39-inch and 31.5-inch True 4K UHD Monitor models at Computex 2013 in Taipei.

http://www.techpowerup.com/184696/asus-launches-pq321-monitor-with-3840-x-2160-igzo-display.html

And here i tought it would be years before we saw a 4K monitor

Not a gaming monitor or any support from AMD or Nvidia GPU's with that resolution yet and going to be priced way over $1000 + but your right; we are getting closer at least. Still years away.
     
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Not a gaming monitor or any support from AMD or Nvidia GPU's with that resolution yet and going to be priced way over $1000 + but your right; we are getting closer at least. Still years away.

You remember the first 1600P monitors we saw back in 2006 or 2007?

Those where what like 1000$ or more

It was not untill last year or so that 1440P droped enough for normal people could afford them

Think it will be same this time around with 3-5 more years before normal people could afford them too
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I just got this monitor 2 days ago from bestbuy in Canada for $630+tax and I have to say I honestly never knew a monitor could look this good! It makes my old Samsung T260 1200p monitor look like a horribly washed out 720p monitor. I honestly can't believe the difference not only in terms of colors and viewing angles coming from a TN panel, but also in the massive difference in resolution between 1200p and 1440p even though they only differ by 240 vertical pixels ( I suppose the aspect ratio also makes a difference). And the colors look amazing, they look even better then on my samsung 3d plasma tv!

However I have noticed that my monitor has a blue dead pixel located exactly 6 pixels above the bezel on the right side and a slight amount of back-light bleeding right beside it, so I might return it to get one without a dead pixel but I'm not sure if it's worth the hassle. I have been experiencing a slight amount of eyestrain from viewing the monitor, but I'm guessing it's just because this monitor seems brighter and has a much higher pixel density then my previous monitor and is hopefully not due to PWM.

But now I'm wondering if I should get the dell U2713HM which is on sale right now and I could get for $580+tax, or would I be better off with keeping the Asus even though it's ~$50 more?

Also, currently I have 2 GTX 460's 1GB's in SLI and I've been noticing games tend to randomly shutter a lot which I'm assuming is due to my vram not being enough for 1440p, would it be wise for me to upgrade to a 7850/7870 2GB or stick with my 460's until the gtx 700/HD 8000 series comes out?


Thanks for the best buy heads up. Going to try and get a price match now. Personally, price wise I wouldn't think 50 dollars is worth the hassle. Are you able to look at both monitors side-by-side?

And thanks for the welcome mod smile.gif

UPDATE: Memory Express matched and beat the Best Buy price. Total cost was $605.00 + tax. I think it is a great price and other Canadians should be able to take advantage of this as well.
Edited by pedantic - 5/31/13 at 10:03am
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Thanks for the best buy heads up. Going to try and get a price match now. Personally, price wise I wouldn't think 50 dollars is worth the hassle. Are you able to look at both monitors side-by-side?

And thanks for the welcome mod smile.gif

UPDATE: Memory Express matched and beat the Best Buy price. Total cost was $605.00 + tax. I think it is a great price and other Canadians should be able to take advantage of this as well.

$605 is a great deal with the price match, glad I could help. And no I cannot compare the monitors side by side, but it appears from this thread that generally speaking the Dell should be slightly better assuming you get one with minimal back light bleeding. However Dell rose the price of the U2713HM in Canada by $50 last night so I'm no longer going to get it, but I might still exchange my PB278Q to get one without a dead pixel.

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You remember the first 1600P monitors we saw back in 2006 or 2007?

Those where what like 1000$ or more

It was not untill last year or so that 1440P droped enough for normal people could afford them

Think it will be same this time around with 3-5 more years before normal people could afford them too

Even if people could afford 2160p monitors I doubt many people could run them too well with todays gpu's. Imagine trying to play Crysis 3 on the highest settings at 2160p blinksmiley.gif
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$605 is a great deal with the price match, glad I could help. And no I cannot compare the monitors side by side, but it appears from this thread that generally speaking the Dell should be slightly better assuming you get one with minimal back light bleeding. However Dell rose the price of the U2713HM in Canada by $50 last night so I'm no longer going to get it, but I might still exchange my PB278Q to get one without a dead pixel.
Even if people could afford 2160p monitors I doubt many people could run them too well with todays gpu's. Imagine trying to play Crysis 3 on the highest settings at 2160p blinksmiley.gif

1440P is hard enough with a single card 2160p would almost require 3 or 4 cards then
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Not a gaming monitor or any support from AMD or Nvidia GPU's with that resolution yet and going to be priced way over $1000 + but your right; we are getting closer at least. Still years away.

Geforce Titan and gtx780,770 support 4096x2160 max resolution
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Well i figured out why i was getting banding/ black crush after reading a tom's hardware article. Contrast is to high by default. Set it to 75, calibrated to a target brightness of 200 cdm and no black crush!

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/59654549/asus200.icm

That's the profile, if anyone could try it out with these settings, that would be great.

user mode. Brightness 74, contrast 75.

color>advanced settings, gain r 46 g 48 b 43
offset r 48 g 48 b 52

That is all. Looking a hell of a lot better. Pretty close to perfect actually.

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