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Linus' review
If he likes it then you know it's good biggrin.gif

Thanks for the heads up.

That pretty much sells it for me. Ok the only thing i could ask for is a slight curve or a 5k 40" curved version.. but in the meantime this is pretty damn awesome looking.
post #102 of 1057
I knew Linus had the monitor ...didn't know there was review. Thanks for the link! I'm sold now.
post #103 of 1057
Time to list my Dell 27 IPS for sale!
post #104 of 1057
No wonder I didn't see it before...it came out today. He has a gtx 780 powering that monitor so I'm sure a 780 Ti will do more than great. A little bit curious as to how that 5:4 aspect ratio will look, I wanted to be able to run maybe a Wii u on the side but I'm not sure how a 16:9 aspect ratio will scale...
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Linus' review
If he likes it then you know it's good biggrin.gif

Yeah I just saw that as well thumb.gif

What I really want is a 29:10 monitor. That would be ideal for productivity!
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Anyone want to buy a 27" 1080p Asus monitor for $250? Haha...
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Roughly the same pixel size as a 27" 1920x1080.

At the 2560x1080 resolution the better choice is one of the many 29" displays that have roughly the same pixel size as a 23"-24" 1920x1080 display.

If I didn't already have a 29" 2560x1080, I'd definitely go for the 34" 3440x1440 though. Presuming it doesn't suffer from crazy bad input lag or pixel response time.

I've read about some people complaining about 27" 1080p displays being low DPI and stuff but I've used one for 18 months now and I still don't see any pixels. I use it for a lot of stuff (video, games, manga, video editing, word processing, coding, spreadsheets, etc) and I've never thought that this screen could be better if anything were different.

I really like this LG display however it wouldn't really be what I want, I'm currently running a 27" 1080p screen with two 19" 768p screens around it and now I'm so used to having atleast 2 screens that I can play games and watch videos at the same time. It would be nice to have all of the same display for the sake of same colors in all screens though.
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If ever there was a monitor for g-sync.
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why do these monitors have to always have AG? I guess I'm the only one that like glossy screens mad.gif
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Just a heads up to anyone actually buying this (or any other 21:9) display:

For gaming, you'll want to get rather familiar with http://www.wsgf.org as well as https://www.widescreenfixer.org/ and https://www.flawlesswidescreen.org/

Quite a few games support 21:9 out of the box with no intervention needed, but for those that don't, you can sometimes find fixes.

Between these three site you can usually find the steps to take to get a game running in 21:9, some better than others, and some unfortunately not at all. Basically any game that does surround (3x displays) well, does 21:9 well.
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