Originally Posted by MuscleBound
Yeah never buying this stuff. Almost 90% need to be returned.
Best to buy at local shop from LG, Samsung or Acer,
learn to read.
I never said Best Buy.
I said best to buy from a local store so you can first check it and bring it home.
Learn to comprehend, same meaning. IMHO, this monitor is the bomb. At first I was a little underwhelmed, but after bringing to bear all the tools to make it look perfect, it's very close to perfect. Heck look at how many $1200 Acers or Asus monitors get returned and a $1200 sour mouth is much worse than a $400. I'll be keeping mine and might ad a couple more. But right now a monitor arm that will hold three of these securely costs as much as the monitors. hehe
OH, forgot to ad, and I have no idea why this is happening. Had to run this monitor off of an AMD HD 7750 video card for a couple of day and the colors were completely different and could not get anywhere close to the color accuracy as the 980ti produced. Sooo some food for thought. But the little 7750 was able to do everything the Ti did (except game) in 4k. I had this monitor and a 55in Panny VT60 running off the 7750 so if you don't game you don't need a very powerful graphics card, but you'll need to find one that will reproduce the colors the same. I didn't try to adjust it out though since I knew the Ti was coming back. Food for thought. So, many older cards are capable of 4k "usage" and work just fine, just not for gaming. Go figure.Edited by 19DELTASNAFU - 7/20/16 at 2:32am