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Hello OCN!
I am in the lookout for a new monitor. My graphic card is currently the Titan x (Pascal). And therefore I would like a display with a higher resolution and good quality.

Price range - I currently don't have a set budget but I won't purchase a godly expensive monitor.
Resolution - at least 1440p to 4k, 3440 x 1440 and better.
Refresh rate - At least 60hz. I don't play on any extreme competetive level so I don't really need a high refresh rate.
Panel type - IPS (better colours). And a curved would be nice. tongue.gif
Screen size - 27" and beyond!
Game types - Skyrim, Fallout (3, new vegas and 4), Witcher 3, World of warcraft and Overwatch.
Display -sync - G-sync would be a nice feature I guess but since my Pascal can steadily average 50-60 fps in new games like FO4 and TW3 I don't think it's a must.

And to follow up that information I have a couple of questions:
-Are curved displays like Acer's ''34" Predator X34A'' that much better to game on? I mean the res is lower than a 4k monitor but I've never had any real experience with them.
-How good are ultrawide monitors (non curved) to game on?
-Anything else to look for on a good monitor?
- What is S-IPS and is it better than regular IPS.

I would greatly appricate help and recommendations for monitors. Have a nice day! biggrin.gif
post #2 of 19
If you can wait a few days, i literally ordered my Acer XR341CK today and will arrive latest Wednesday and should be able to give you some positives and negatives by Thursday.

Mine is obviously just the AMD/Freesync version of the X34 with a 75hz refresh as opposed to the X34's G-sync 100hz but apart from that they are identical in specs.
Edited by SystemTech - 10/3/16 at 4:21pm
   
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post #3 of 19
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Originally Posted by Lee0 View Post

Hello OCN!
I am in the lookout for a new monitor. My graphic card is currently the Titan x (Pascal). And therefore I would like a display with a higher resolution and good quality.

Price range - I currently don't have a set budget but I won't purchase a godly expensive monitor.
Resolution - at least 1440p to 4k, 3440 x 1440 and better.
Refresh rate - At least 60hz. I don't play on any extreme competetive level so I don't really need a high refresh rate.
Panel type - IPS (better colours). And a curved would be nice. tongue.gif
Screen size - 27" and beyond!
Game types - Skyrim, Fallout (3, new vegas and 4), Witcher 3, World of warcraft and Overwatch.
Display -sync - G-sync would be a nice feature I guess but since my Pascal can steadily average 50-60 fps in new games like FO4 and TW3 I don't think it's a must.

And to follow up that information I have a couple of questions:
-Are curved displays like Acer's ''34" Predator X34A'' that much better to game on? I mean the res is lower than a 4k monitor but I've never had any real experience with them.
-How good are ultrawide monitors (non curved) to game on?
-Anything else to look for on a good monitor?
- What is S-IPS and is it better than regular IPS.

I would greatly appricate help and recommendations for monitors. Have a nice day! biggrin.gif

Why even bother posting if you don't have a set budget?

Some people will happily spend $800 on a monitor while some find that spending $300 is too much.

You are just wasting everyone's time as god who knows how you define "godly expensive monitor".
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get a 4K projector, or one of those 80" 4K OLED TVs, they are joy and only around $80,000
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post #5 of 19
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Why even bother posting if you don't have a set budget?

Some people will happily spend $800 on a monitor while some find that spending $300 is too much.

You are just wasting everyone's time as god who knows how you define "godly expensive monitor".

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Originally Posted by spinFX View Post

get a 4K projector, or one of those 80" 4K OLED TVs, they are joy and only around $80,000
Ok I am deeply sorry for not having a set budget. However I do not know if a ''normal'' LG 60hz 4k display for around 500 usd would be adequate for gaming or not since I don't know about latency. Or perhaps should I look towards gaming marketed monitors? And If I do the price steepens a lot.
But let's just say for the sake of it 500 - 930 usd. What are my options?
My intention was never to waste anyones time, I apologize.
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Originally Posted by Lee0 View Post


Ok I am deeply sorry for not having a set budget. However I do not know if a ''normal'' LG 60hz 4k display for around 500 usd would be adequate for gaming or not since I don't know about latency. Or perhaps should I look towards gaming marketed monitors? And If I do the price steepens a lot.
But let's just say for the sake of it 500 - 930 usd. What are my options?
My intention was never to waste anyones time, I apologize.

No need to apologize. I'm not sure why anyone would make such a big deal over not having a set price range.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lee0 View Post

Hello OCN!
I am in the lookout for a new monitor. My graphic card is currently the Titan x (Pascal). And therefore I would like a display with a higher resolution and good quality.

Price range - I currently don't have a set budget but I won't purchase a godly expensive monitor.
Resolution - at least 1440p to 4k, 3440 x 1440 and better.
Refresh rate - At least 60hz. I don't play on any extreme competetive level so I don't really need a high refresh rate.
Panel type - IPS (better colours). And a curved would be nice. tongue.gif
Screen size - 27" and beyond!
Game types - Skyrim, Fallout (3, new vegas and 4), Witcher 3, World of warcraft and Overwatch.
Display -sync - G-sync would be a nice feature I guess but since my Pascal can steadily average 50-60 fps in new games like FO4 and TW3 I don't think it's a must.

And to follow up that information I have a couple of questions:
-Are curved displays like Acer's ''34" Predator X34A'' that much better to game on? I mean the res is lower than a 4k monitor but I've never had any real experience with them.
-How good are ultrawide monitors (non curved) to game on?
-Anything else to look for on a good monitor?
- What is S-IPS and is it better than regular IPS.

I would greatly appricate help and recommendations for monitors. Have a nice day! biggrin.gif

The ingame view is determined by aspect ratio, not resolution, so wider monitors like the X34 will give you a wider view than any 16:9 monitor (even one that is a higher resolution), which is a great advantage in games.

There is no "regular" IPS. IPS is more of a category, and every type of IPS panel has a more specific designation, such as S-IPS, AH-IPS, eIPS, PLS, AHVA, etc depending on manufacturer and year. Some retailers just list "IPS" as the panel type, and some will list the specific variant of IPS that the monitor uses. S-IPS is one of the oldest ones (from like 1997 or something like that), and was ubiquitous is pretty much every high-end IPS monitor for many years, such as Apple cinema displays and Thunderbolt displays, Dell UltraSharps, and so on. They're still quite good. But in any case, to the untrained eye most IPS variants all look roughly the same, I wouldn't really make a big deal over different types of IPS, I just consider them all with the same weight.

The X34 seems to fit your list very well, but it's pretty expensive tongue.gif
Edited by Glenwing - 10/4/16 at 1:38am
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I've been a huge advocate for the X34. I managed to put my elbow through my first one during a move and bought a second at no small expense, that's how much I love this monitor. The wider field of view is very helpful for media like movies as well as giving much enhanced peripheral vision in games. The resolution is just about the sweet spot right now to get reasonably high frame rates on mid range and high end video cards with settings maxed out. It's a fair bit easier to push than 4k but just about 30% harder than ordinary 1440. Fun fact: 4K@60Hz is almost exactly the same number of pixels per second as 3440x1440@100Hz. Assuming you don't become CPU limited at the higher frame-rate first any video card that can handle 4K/60 in a given game at given settings will be able to produce about 100fps on the X34. I'm fairly picky about image quality so someone else may have different priorities than me, but having gotten used to 100fps with Gsync I don't think I could ever go back to 60Hz or a locked refresh rate. I would absolutely take the wider field of view and higher frame rate over the pixel density of 4K. It would be lovely to have both, but there just aren't 4k ultrawides on the market yet and even if there were they would be very difficult to use at decent frame rates with currently available hardware. It is expensive but honestly I've been very impressed with it all around. I managed to pick up my second unit from Acer's eBay store when they were selling some refurbished models for $1000 but I'm not sure how often they come up for sale at that price.

Do just keep in mind that 21:9 is not that common just yet so there are still some games that don't support it perfectly. Most games that don't work perfectly right out of the box have some sort of fix. The only game I've seen that outright doesn't support it is Overwatch. The game runs letterboxed with black bars on the left and right with a 16:9 portion left in the middle. As for the other games you mentioned I can say first-hand WoW works absolutely perfectly at 21:9, as does Witcher, and Fallout. It's also very nice being able to put programs side-by-side on one monitor with plenty of real estate to see both.
 
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post #8 of 19
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The x34 seems like a good choice but it is on the expensive side of things but I will keep it in consider. Any other recommendations are welcome.thumb.gif
Also there are two versions of the x34. The normal x34 and one named Acer XR341CKbmijpphz. The latter one is 232 usd cheaper how are they different?
Edited by Lee0 - 10/4/16 at 6:03am
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I'd wait a few months for the inevitable 35" 3440 x 1440 144-200 Hz G-SYNC/ULMB VA monitors. AOC will be releasing one and I'm sure ASUS and Acer will as well. "Colors" will be basically the same as its IPS counterparts, contrast will be much better resulting in far better image quality, but black to dark grey response times will probably be bad.
 
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