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only thing i don't like about vizio is they use the same remote for all there tv's so if i turn on one tv i turn on other vizio tv's in the room which is actually nice if you are using 3 in surround but other then that its a pain. And I am talking about across models not same models.


Edited by ozlay - 1/31/16 at 12:55am
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I posted a few pages back before buying the TV that it didn't support 4:4:4 so I'm aware of it. 4:2:2 @ 60 wonks out on me and gets blurry to the point of not being able to read text.

Other note,

I'm going through checking out various games. Night and day. It's like they're not even the same game. I've also yet to find a game that I had to change settings on. Just running at 4k 30 fps instead of 1440p 70+ fps.

Testing out GTA:V right now... Though I lost my saves when I did a fresh install. Thought that was backed up to the server. =/

Here's a picture of Witcher 3. My camera sucks, but, gets the basic point.




Won't be going back to the Gsync gaming monitor. I can't undo experiencing gaming on this TV. Do notice the extra lag (input, games are running great) compared to my gaming monitors, but, it's worth it for the massive visual improvement. The visuals I'm getting on this TV are what I expect when dealing these expensive PC parts.

Yeah after trying 40" 4K gaming I can't go back. It's truly next gen. Games just look so much better.
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only thing i don't like about vizio is they use the same remote for all there tv's so if i turn on one tv i turn on other vizio tv's in the room which is actually nice if you are using 3 in surround but other then that its a pain. And I am talking about across models not same models.

Yea, that could be an issue. Though, most aren't likely to have more then one of these tv's in the same room.

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Yeah after trying 40" 4K gaming I can't go back. It's truly next gen. Games just look so much better.

It really is. Everything is running well too. Haven't had stutter or screen tearing. Have to see how that holds up when I get it setup for 60Hz. Though, between triple buffering and adaptive should work out fine.


The one thing that keeps getting to me is the input lag compared to my gaming monitors. Hoping it improves once I get it setup for 4k 60Hz. Honestly though I'll learn to adapt because I just can't go back now.
     
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Hey man, I was actually in a similar dilemma in June. I originally built my system with a 970 based on my 3 year old 1080p 60hz monitor. I was then able to get a job with a decent income and certainly enough to make a couple upgrades. I decided that I was going to upgrade my monitor, but then I saw the 980ti and was torn. I ended up selling the 970 and getting the 980ti because I could DSR until I got a better monitor. I now have the Acer XB271HU and it's a near perfect pair. My recommendation would be to wait until you think you'll be able to upgrade both GPU and monitor in a relatively close window, because otherwise you'll just end up playing a game of tag, but this is up to you. At this point in time, I'd wait until Pascal comes out and also some new monitors, especially since 4K is still stuck at 60fps (which was the main reason I opted for 1440p, and my eyes aren't exactly like a hawk's). Of course always put your budget first and don't overspend. I guess if I had to pick one, I'd probably opt for the 980ti here, or wait for Pascal, because your monitor is probably going to last you longer than the GPU if I were to guess, and as such, you'll want to get the best monitor you can and for me, 4K 60fps is just not my cup of tea. If you do believe that you are comfortable with 4K 60fps then I'd go with the monitor now and upgrade the GPU later. I'm no expert, but from my research and personal buying experiences, this is what I'd do and I hope that I can help you make a decision that makes you happy.
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Hey man, I was actually in a similar dilemma in June. I originally built my system with a 970 based on my 3 year old 1080p 60hz monitor. I was then able to get a job with a decent income and certainly enough to make a couple upgrades. I decided that I was going to upgrade my monitor, but then I saw the 980ti and was torn. I ended up selling the 970 and getting the 980ti because I could DSR until I got a better monitor. I now have the Acer XB271HU and it's a near perfect pair. My recommendation would be to wait until you think you'll be able to upgrade both GPU and monitor in a relatively close window, because otherwise you'll just end up playing a game of tag, but this is up to you. At this point in time, I'd wait until Pascal comes out and also some new monitors, especially since 4K is still stuck at 60fps (which was the main reason I opted for 1440p, and my eyes aren't exactly like a hawk's). Of course always put your budget first and don't overspend. I guess if I had to pick one, I'd probably opt for the 980ti here, or wait for Pascal, because your monitor is probably going to last you longer than the GPU if I were to guess, and as such, you'll want to get the best monitor you can and for me, 4K 60fps is just not my cup of tea. If you do believe that you are comfortable with 4K 60fps then I'd go with the monitor now and upgrade the GPU later. I'm no expert, but from my research and personal buying experiences, this is what I'd do and I hope that I can help you make a decision that makes you happy.

 

at this point ive already decided to get a 25-27 inch 1440p because lets face it I am getting tired of this 1080p 23 inch. So I want something bigger. I also deicded to hold off on a new GPU UNTIL pascal and see what that has to offer. I have had this Dell S2340m for a couple years now and its served my wonders & has never let me know. my BIGGEST issue with the monitor IMO is the Glare. Since its Glossy me and the wife argue all the time about the bedroom where the PC is because she likes light and with the glossy finish I need it dark or I get major glare.

 

Not really sure which one im going to grab yet. I really want to stay $400 and under at this point

 

 

Acer G257HU smidpx 25

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009728&cm_re=acer_1440p-_-24-009-728-_-Product

 

 

Acer K272HUL Black 27

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA9B53PN3184&cm_re=acer_1440p-_-24-009-849-_-Product

 

 

Acer K272HULbmiidp Black 27

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA24G2HZ2665&cm_re=acer_1440p-_-24-009-626-_-Product

 

 

Acer H257HU SMIDPX Black 25

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009740&cm_re=acer_1440p-_-24-009-740-_-Product

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Yea, that could be an issue. Though, most aren't likely to have more then one of these tv's in the same room.
It really is. Everything is running well too. Haven't had stutter or screen tearing. Have to see how that holds up when I get it setup for 60Hz. Though, between triple buffering and adaptive should work out fine.


The one thing that keeps getting to me is the input lag compared to my gaming monitors. Hoping it improves once I get it setup for 4k 60Hz. Honestly though I'll learn to adapt because I just can't go back now.

Input lag difference is huge.
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I understand man, that's a pretty fair choice to go for there. As usual, I'd recommend seeing them in person if possible, I didn't see if they list the panel coating (glossy vs. anti-glare) so for you, given that this is an important feature for you I'd definitely try to go see them or find out if they have the AG coat you are searching for. Also the nice thing is now you can convert this monitor into a secondary monitor to put other programs on. I don't know which one I'd choose, they all appear roughly the same. Looks like the 25in ones have a slightly faster GTG response time of 4ms vs the 6ms of the 27in ones. Otherwise looks like it just comes down to looks. I don't think any of those are VESA mounted so that might also be something to consider down the line, but all in all, these should serve you well until you find what you're looking for.
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at this point ive already decided to get a 25-27 inch 1440p because lets face it I am getting tired of this 1080p 23 inch. So I want something bigger. I also deicded to hold off on a new GPU UNTIL pascal and see what that has to offer. I have had this Dell S2340m for a couple years now and its served my wonders & has never let me know. my BIGGEST issue with the monitor IMO is the Glare. Since its Glossy me and the wife argue all the time about the bedroom where the PC is because she likes light and with the glossy finish I need it dark or I get major glare.

Not really sure which one im going to grab yet. I really want to stay $400 and under at this point
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Of those four options, two of those are 25" and you wanted to move to a larger screen in 27" range. I would go with K272HUL bmiidp if you could only pick from one of these options you posted. It has pretty good reviews for 1440p in the price range that it sits in. It's also an IPS pannel unlike the other 27". Only thing is, all of these Acer monitors have a pretty basic stand with not much customization and no VESA mounting either.

Buy it on Amazon if you can. Newegg isn't even selling the monitor you linked (BuyVPC is), and BuyVPC is offering it cheaper on amazon with free shipping.

LINK


Also, 144Hz 1ms TN pannel from Asus available at $409. It has a much better stand than the Acer. It also supports AMD freesync if you ever use one of their GPUs in the future. Even if you stick with Nvidia, it should still be a decent monitor.

Might be something to look into depending on how into gaming you are, but you are sacrificing IPS in favor of 144Hz and way lower response times which is fine by me. I would give the Asus a shot if I was in a position to buy a $400 range monitor since I mostly game on my PC and watch movies on the TV connected to my PC.

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Edited by Shaded War - 1/31/16 at 11:23pm
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i say go for a monitor, your GTX 970 well still do, and upgrade your gpu later this year as new generations of both amd and nvidia is due to come this year, why buy a gpu thats gonna be succeeded in a few months smile.gif

as for 4k monitors, i think its still early to go for it (at least for your 970) as most gpus still suffer at that resolutions on some games with every thing on ultra, i have a TiTAN X and i still cant keep a steady 60+ fps on games like bf4, witcher 3, project cars and so, so i say go for a high quality 1080p monitor or maybe a QHD one, dont forget nvidia has the DSR feature so u can still run your games 4k on an 1080p or QHD monitor, and yes its not gonna be a true 4k neither it will look as good as a real 4k monitor, but its gonna look a lot better than 1080p at least its gonna eliminate aliasing and enhance your textures and colors smile.gif

so my recommendation is go for a high quality 1080p or QHD monitorm then upgrade your gpu later this year when new gpu generations come by.

i recommend this monitor, currently i think its the best on market:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236660&cm_re=PG279Q-_-24-236-660-_-Product
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I did not know anything about DSR inside the nvidia control panel which was pretty cool. Tried it out this morning. Set it at 2560x1440. Obviously you cant turn a 1080p into a true 1440 so im assuming its just simulating some how. Sorry im new to this part since i just heard about dsr.

So in theory i could buy a 43 inch 4k vizio and run 1440p inside it if i chose that some users argued about in earlier posts?
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