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post #1061 of 1177
HI,

i'm thinking of getting this monitor but i'm not really a fan of the stand.

Does anyone know if it supports VESA mount and which size?

sorry if it has been asked before, couldn't find the info among the thread pages
post #1062 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Dr Mad View Post

Silv3rman told me in pm that he did that because of image burning.
Sorry, can't read your PMs yet biggrin.gif
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Anyway, my initial post was aimed to be sarcastic towards Metro whom constantly repeat Acer QC is crap, to be polite rolleyes.gif
Same as nicholars towards ASUS, don't feed the trolls.
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Also, remember that displayport is a hotplug connector so it shouldn't have happened in the first place, except the bad luck of getting a deffective display, just as it may happen with any other monitor.
It's not because DP standard supports hotplug that hardware support it.
Sometimes even hot-plug made hardware fails when hot-plugging (usually because of overvoltage/static electricity).
This way, I saw broken ethernet ports, HDD rack, blade chassis, even USB port.
Only hardware that are 100% safe for hot-plug are optic based, such as fibre channel.
post #1063 of 1177
It supports VESA 100x100.
post #1064 of 1177
Could most of you transfer to the ASUS PG348Q Owners thread please smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1591317/asus-pg348q-owners-club/10#post_24895448
post #1065 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Dr Mad View Post

Silv3rman told me in pm that he did that because of image burning.
Anyway, my initial post was aimed to be sarcastic towards Metro whom constantly repeat Acer QC is crap, to be polite rolleyes.gif
Also, remember that displayport is a hotplug connector so it shouldn't have happened in the first place, except the bad luck of getting a deffective display, just as it may happen with any other monitor.

Played Witcher 3 last night and I think I'm not going to keep the monitor, scanlies are way too much prominent as soon as FPS go below 60. I'm not sure I'll try another one since I have bad luck with these 21/9 Gsync displays.

Sit a bit further back so you cannot see the scanlines, you must either sit very close or have extremely good eyesight, just forget about it and enjoy the monitor.. What else are you going to do? 60hz? erghhhh, 27" 1440p smalllllll, what other options are there? ONly other good image quality would be a 4k TV, but you are stuck at 60hz + vsync + lag + hardly any games actually being able to get 60fps @ 4k with no drops.
post #1066 of 1177
You can always try an Acer 32" UHD with G-sync... I have it and love it!
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You can always try an Acer 32" UHD with G-sync... I have it and love it!

Say what? as far as I know there are zero 32' monitors with gsync or I would have bought that instead of the X34. Did I miss something?
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Say what? as far as I know there are zero 32' monitors with gsync or I would have bought that instead of the X34. Did I miss something?


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009893


^^
post #1069 of 1177
Yeah that's the one. http://www.acer.com/ac/en/GB/content/predator-model/UM.JX1EE.001

It's quite glorious and if you really want to you can force a 21:9 resolution from Windows (3840x1446) and you'll play in 21:9 AND effectively have an even higher resolution than a true 21:9 monitor.
Sure, it's less square footage that way than an actual 21:9 monitor, but you get to have your cake AND eat it: 21:9 and a UHD screen, pick and switch when you want.
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post #1070 of 1177
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Originally Posted by tijgert View Post

Yeah that's the one. http://www.acer.com/ac/en/GB/content/predator-model/UM.JX1EE.001

It's quite glorious and if you really want to you can force a 21:9 resolution from Windows (3840x1446) and you'll play in 21:9 AND effectively have an even higher resolution than a true 21:9 monitor.
Sure, it's less square footage that way than an actual 21:9 monitor, but you get to have your cake AND eat it: 21:9 and a UHD screen, pick and switch when you want.
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Not really, even if you force a 21:9 resolution you're still stuck at 60Hz.
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