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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

I think there is not going to be much difference with colour accuracy between these two monitors (unless LG has made a new version of the panel) I highly doubt ASUS will make a bad out of the box setup, due to the cost of the monitor.

The panel used (if it is the same as the ACER Predator X34) will have the same specifications, ASUS can do bad calibration, however you can just calibrate it using these devices.

Believe it or not most people buying the PG348Q won't be willing to buy a colorimeter or spectrophotometer.
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Believe it or not most people buying the PG348Q won't be willing to buy a colorimeter or spectrophotometer.

No, someone else will do it, like TFT reviews and then they give out the calibration profile
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If anyone speaks Chinese, could they make an account on Chiphell and ask questions on that website

Also they found our topic, someone responded on the website.
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According to Fudzilla, the going price is $1,460 blinksmiley.gif

Honestly, with DP 1.3, and hence 120+ refresh rates, on the horizon (I think at this point everybody assumes Pascal gpu's will feature dp 1.3) this price seems outrageous to me.
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According to Fudzilla, the going price is $1,460 blinksmiley.gif

Honestly, with DP 1.3, and hence 120+ refresh rates, on the horizon (I think at this point everybody assumes Pascal gpu's will feature dp 1.3) this price seems outrageous to me.

Seems like an odd number, wouldn't surprise me if it's cheaper. They may have just done a money conversion and are assuming it will be that due to it.
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Seems like an odd number, wouldn't surprise me if it's cheaper. They may have just done a money conversion and are assuming it will be that due to it.

Yeah, it does seem like a weird amount, but seeing as the Acer goes for $1300 and lacks the "ROG lighting" and copper armor etc, it seems plausible.

Either way, I personally think spending over $1k on this right now is jumping the shark. Pick up a Dell or Samsung for several hundred less to hold you until the 120+ panels come out (most likely this time next year). But with that said, to answer the OP's question, the 3440x1440 resolution is TOTALLY worth it. Having recently picked up the Samsung myself, I can easily foresee 21:9 becoming the gaming/enthusiast standard in the next couple of years.
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If anyone speaks Chinese, could they make an account on Chiphell and ask questions on that website

Also they found our topic, someone responded on the website.

Weird how they call us "foreigners", not sure if that was friendly or not guiltysmiley.gif
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According to Fudzilla, the going price is $1,460 blinksmiley.gif

Honestly, with DP 1.3, and hence 120+ refresh rates, on the horizon (I think at this point everybody assumes Pascal gpu's will feature dp 1.3) this price seems outrageous to me.

Here is another site saying it's $1450, but they clearly say that's £1000. If you were to order it from Scan for example it would not include VAT and would be about £840, so their guess is wrong.

http://www.verybiasedreviews.tech/2016/02/05/asus-rog-swift-pg348q-monitor/
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So my guess is $1499 USD

The reason I guess that is because in Paul's Hardware video they go to the Asus booth at CES last month and they hint that it will be About $200 more than the Acer X34.
Edited by Ryzone - 2/5/16 at 8:58am
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Why?

You can pre-order it right now for $1200 USD. Currency is a wonderful thing.

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/34-asus-pg348q-nvidia-g-sync-100hz-curved-ips-panel-3440x1440-5ms-10001-dp-v12-hdmi-usb-30-tilt-heig
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