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Usually a price drop that big means they're clearing out stock for a specific reason. I wouldn't jump on that so fast.

i can always return it if it has any issues.
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Actually I don't have measuring hardware to measure percised input-lag and I plan to buy a 1000 fps cam in future. Nevertheless, cs go with g-sync I would not recommend on the omen. Within Singleplayer (dark souls, alan wake, mordors shadow, witcher 3...) For me it was very acceptable and I think for most people either. But still, I wouldn't use the omen as an e-sports monitor. I tryed 2 shooter (cs go and borderlands) and it feels like CS GO had a bit more input lag? Maybe it was just because I'm very used to playing cs with my tn.It simply depends on the individual. But in the end, it was very acceptable for me...

Edit: Playing cs since 2002 started with a crt and my first switch to a tft monitor was a HP glossy monitor and after two more years to a 120 hz monitor instantly as they were released. I even played wow classic on crt haha smile.gif So like mentioned, Input-Lag for singleplayer not a problem for me and I think games like wow or eso also would be very ok
Edited by LimsCave - 4/19/17 at 7:02am
post #563 of 705
Just an FYI for those that purchased it last week when it was around ~$1,080.00, I just called Amazon, and they agreed to refund me the difference between the purchase price now and the purchase price last week. Basically I said its been like 5 days, and It was just easier for all parties if you refunded me the money, instead of me returning and re-buying at the lower cost.

I don't think the stock is being cleared out because of an issue, I think the price is being dropped because the AOC model is basically the same thing, but much cheaper. My guess is HP has noticed a lot of sales going to AOC instead of them.
     
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Well it's under $1K on Amazon. I bought it over the PG348Q, just curious to see for myself after reading all these polarizing comments. Worst case I'll return it and go for the ASUS.
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Well it's under $1K on Amazon. I bought it over the PG348Q, just curious to see for myself after reading all these polarizing comments. Worst case I'll return it and go for the ASUS.

Holy crap thank you for this. I was getting ready to head to microcenter to pick up the AOC for 850 but the HP is now 987. Im not willing to pay an extra $450 for the HP looks but $137 more seems way more reasonable. Just ordered the Omen instead smile.gif
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Well after alot of thought and some good insight from Simon at TFTCentral, it decided to wait until either the X34P or the 4K HDR display. It's seems like the panel LG is making that would be used in the X34P will be 144Hz native response, which would be excellent. Sure it means I'll have a while to wait, but considering how long I would be keeping the monitor it's worth it. smile.gif
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Well after alot of thought and some good insight from Simon at TFTCentral, it decided to wait until either the X34P or the 4K HDR display. It's seems like the panel LG is making that would be used in the X34P will be 144Hz native response, which would be excellent. Sure it means I'll have a while to wait, but considering how long I would be keeping the monitor it's worth it. smile.gif

My man - all correspondence with ACER (many posts on Reddit and here as well) show that the X34P isnt even on ACERs roadmap.. it seems to have been replaced with a VA panel model Z35P or something..

Essentially, there is no x34P coming "soon"
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My man - all correspondence with ACER (many posts on Reddit and here as well) show that the X34P isnt even on ACERs roadmap.. it seems to have been replaced with a VA panel model Z35P or something..

Essentially, there is no x34P coming "soon"

Here it is, same panel as Omen and AOC:

https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/acer-z35p-35-3440x1440-monitor-6147199?pcscpId=1
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Here it is, same panel as Omen and AOC:

https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/acer-z35p-35-3440x1440-monitor-6147199?pcscpId=1

So essentially, hard pass.
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My man - all correspondence with ACER (many posts on Reddit and here as well) show that the X34P isnt even on ACERs roadmap.. it seems to have been replaced with a VA panel model Z35P or something..

Essentially, there is no x34P coming "soon"

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Here it is, same panel as Omen and AOC:

https://www.digitec.ch/de/s1/product/acer-z35p-35-3440x1440-monitor-6147199?pcscpId=1

This is from TFTCentral's display roadmap article discussing IPS options being developed currently by LG:

"34” curved ultra-wide with 3440 x 1440 resolution and 144Hz refresh rate - LM340UW3 – production was originally planned for Q1 2017 but according to recent road-maps it has been delayed until Q3 2017. To run this resolution and refresh rate, a video interface beyond DP 1.2 will be needed, hence some of the wait. We expect it to be a couple of months after the panel goes in to production before we see a monitor announced featuring that panel, and then another 3 months or so before that monitor is released. Taking that in to account, we wouldn’t expect to see a 3440 x 1440 IPS based screen with 144Hz until probably Q4 2017 at the earliest we’re afraid."

Also, that panel you linked is the follow-up to the Z35, their VA panel series, so it makes sense they would be using the newest VA panel for the series refresh. The X34P would logically be a follow-up to the X34, which is their IPS series. My guess is the X34P will use the aforementioned LG panel, to be released sometime around Q4.
Edited by Notwist - 4/20/17 at 2:21pm
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