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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

I guess if at all possible, see the lowest height at which the monitor can be lowered if okay then check how high the bottom bezel is off the desk surface would be really appreciated.

Highest ergonomic height from worktop to bottom bar is 20cm

Lowest ergonomic height from worktop to bottom bar is 8cm
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Fantastic. Huge thanks for that. smile.gif
     
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65cm x 35cm would do the trick ?
Thanks

Do you mean worktop size or are you talking about the monitor
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Do you mean worktop size or are you talking about the monitor
It's the size of the wooden board I'd lay on top of my AV Receiver to sit monitor's stand.
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It's the size of the wooden board I'd lay on top of my AV Receiver to sit monitor's stand.

That will give you about 30cm between the screen and your position, I would try it, however I think that would be too close
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My desk is 80cm depth, it's the same I had years ago when 21" Iiyama CRT was my monitor, PG348Q will fit methinks biggrin.gif
Only problem is I've an AV Receiver to control my speakers, on top of which is now sitting my 27".
Will have to cut a wooden board in order to interpose between the receiver and the 34".
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My desk is 80cm depth, it's the same I had years ago when 21" Iiyama CRT was my monitor, PG348Q will fit methinks biggrin.gif
Only problem is I've an AV Receiver to control my speakers, on top of which is now sitting my 27".
Will have to cut a wooden board in order to interpose between the receiver and the 34".

Sorry, if you just wanted to put your monitor on it, then 65cm length and 30cm depth will be fine
post #38 of 3396
Nice, thank you very much thumb.gif
post #39 of 3396
Got mine yesterday.

Seems very nice so far. No issues getting it to run at 100hz and no coil whine at all.
Got IPS glow from lower corners when screen is black but nothing I can see while gaming in fullscreen.

I run it with 980 TI in SLI smile.gif

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Does this monitor support user firmware updates?
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