Originally Posted by keikei
The only catch i would say if you want bf4 at 4k and max settings, you will need 3 cards to do it as of right now. Unfortunately, aa is still needed at this res.
See and that is where you are wrong. I had a 39" seiki and 4k looked jaw dropping on it and AA was not needed. My 24" UP2414Q looks amazing and definantly does not need AA.
I OWNED THE U28D590 FOR TWO DAYS and could not stand it because the AG coating made it SEEM like it needed AA. The AG coating on the 590 adds a grainy affect that adds blockyness to the image and it is very annoying. 4K looked way clearer on the 39" Seiki than it did on the 590's 28" panel.
I am not tryng to rain on the parade, the u28D590 is a fine display for work productivity but it is very poor for gaming due to the TERRIBLE AG. The dell up2414q is head and shoulders better for gaming and everything else vs the 590 and it is well worth the $300 extra in cost.
Originally Posted by pompss
I test a lot of games with this monitor.
I had the asus Asus PB278Q 27" ips.
I didn't notice any big difference in angle view and color.
Images are more clear and sharp gaming at 4k .
Videos at 4k looks really good.
Pretty amazing for a TN monitor.
I wouldn't go back to 1440p ips.
The U28D590 has one of the best TN screens that I have ever seen, but that is like saying Chris Farley was one of the skinniest fat commedians to have ever lived......Yes the u28d590 is a "budget" display but that is STILL SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS and seven hundred bucks is a lot of money for a display. It reminds me of when my parents would buy "thrifty made" ice cream....sure its cheaper than Ben and Jerrys, but its still an expense on empty calories and dayuuum Ben and Jerrys is sooooo worth the extra dough! Also, I have a perfect 1440p qnix evo II that overclocks to 130hz and it is MILES better for gaming VS the U28D590 and it only cost me $289Edited by l88bastar - 3/31/14 at 8:27pm