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Looking for a high refresh rate 32" 1440p monitor

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TL;DR: Still looking for a 32" 1440p or 30" 1600p 120+hz monitor (August 13, 2016)

My first 'big' monitor was the dell 3007WFP (30" 2560x1600 60Hz 100.6 PPI 16:10).
It had a very comfortable PPI. Unfortunately, as it aged, it got a lot of image persistence and reddish hue. Thought I'd 'upgrade' to 4k.

ASUS PQ321 (32" 3840x2160 60Hz 140PPI 16:9)

Had a similar vertical height of the panel itself, but the PPI was far too high to comfortably use. I tried increasing the DPI scaling to 150% to bring the desktop to similar size, but many programs had problems with DPI scaling. Plus I wanted to see what the hype was with high refresh rates. Sold it and got a different monitor.

ASUS PG278Q (27" 2560x1440 144Hz 109PPI 16:9)

Wow, I was instantly hooked to high refresh rates. But I was very disappointed in the viewing angles, and some of the colors seemed off, even with calibration of my i1 display pro colorimeter. The PPI was also still a little too high for my comfort. Then Acer came up with something a little better

Acer XB270HU (27" 2560x1440 144Hz 109PPI 16:9)

This is the monitor I'm currently on. Much better viewing angles and better colors. But otherwise this shares the same advantages/disadvantages as the PG278Q. Plus it has that annoyingly bright blue power LED.
None of my monitors ever had a dead pixel.

So I guess my question is, does there exist a 32" 1440p 120+Hz monitor? I don't need gsync/freesync. I just need a quality monitor with those specs that also is not a TN panel; I need the colors and viewing angles to be comfortable with the monitor.
Edited by ssateneth - 8/12/16 at 10:35pm
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So I guess my question is, does there exist a 32" 1440p 120+Hz monitor?

The short answer is no.
post #3 of 18
Thread Starter 
So it's been a year. Bumping this thread. Have any new products come out yet?

Edit: Closest I've seen so far is the ASUS PB328Q, which is 32", 1440, 75hz, and VA panel. No gsync/freesync, but don't care much about that feature.
Edited by ssateneth - 8/12/16 at 10:46pm
post #4 of 18
The Crossover 32ss QHD has a 100hz overclock mode, but I believe it requires Nvidia GPU to select it.
Native 31.5'' 144hz panels are planned for 2017.
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I know what your looking for check this one out and look no further heres two links http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemnumber=9SIABHJ4D85855 and the second is Panel Technologies (AHVA) IPS is the best right now check this link http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/panel_technologies.htm
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By the way this is a 32" 1440p 120+Hz monitor
post #7 of 18
I myself want a big display u may wanna consider this as well http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemnumber=9SIAACM3UZ7333 Youtube link https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV4Na9afDMY
post #8 of 18
The QX323QHD is wrongly advertised as AHVA (IPS) but it is using the same AMVA+ (VA) as all the other 32'' QHD monitors that are out at the moment.
I'm also not sure if it even overclocks past 75hz without dropping frames.
The 32ss definitely does 100hz though (with Nvidia card) and 75hz FreeSync with AMD card.



The native 144hz panels (also VA) go in production end of this year, but don't expect any monitors before 2017.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/news_archive/35.htm#auo_panels_june
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/news_archive/35.htm#panels_update
post #9 of 18
I've had a 32S and was very happy with it before passing it on to a friend.

The HP Omen 32 coming later this month is practically the same thing though without a B grade panel and overseas buying risk.
post #10 of 18
Sedolf do u work for the manufacturer The QX323QHD wrongly advertised as AHVA its stated on their website and their packaging and every estore and seller has it on their site as the specs of the monitor their is no wrongly advertisment just your statement that would be a multi million dollar law suite their is no massive (RMA) know your facts Nvidia to face a class action lawsuit over GTX 970 false advertisement claims (ssateneth) this is the website see for yourself its a solid monitor and well worth on what u looking for use google translate http://qnix.biz/?portfolio=qx323qhd-super-ultra-pivot
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