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I have the mx34vq, its better then microboard, same panel i think but better calibration and scaler.

Any dead pixels? Do you also have the Microboard or didd you have it at one point?
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post #22 of 33
No dead pixels on both. Yes had the microboard also
post #23 of 33
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Originally Posted by dseg View Post

What is the best curved monitor that is 3440x1440 with a low MS response rate, at least 100Hz.
Am I missing any monitors that fall into this category?

Looking at:
PG348Q
AG352UCG
Acer Predator
Samsung CF791
Microboard M340CLZ
CrossLCD 34U100

was in same boat currently using a samsung s34 which i just overclocked to 85Hz. from my experience i just tested the omen x 35 and samsung cf34. personally i didnt like either one of them to keep over my s34. if i were to try out one more would definitely be the asus. in my situation i have decided to wait it out. x34p is coming out sometime this year and i would think there should be a few more choices in this size by end of year. for me i also use my ps4 pro alot, it doesnt fill the complete screen on some of these monitors. samsung it did.
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was in same boat currently using a samsung s34 which i just overclocked to 85Hz. from my experience i just tested the omen x 35 and samsung cf34. personally i didnt like either one of them to keep over my s34. if i were to try out one more would definitely be the asus. in my situation i have decided to wait it out. x34p is coming out sometime this year and i would think there should be a few more choices in this size by end of year. for me i also use my ps4 pro alot, it doesnt fill the complete screen on some of these monitors. samsung it did.

I might try to the MX34VQ
Don't think I can justify over $1k with everything that should be coming out this year.
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i hear ya. i dont think i could ever go to a different size. unless 3800x1600. gotta be curved tho. these two sizes are ideal. im not even experiencing what my cards can really do (currently 2 1080ti's) but monday two titan xps and i want nothing more than a monitor but im gonna hold out a little longer.
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post #26 of 33
What's better acer X34 or Samsung cf791? I like the curve on Samsung but think it looks over saturated a bit and acer X34 can be over clocked to 95hz (it's pre owned) no coil whine or scan lines.
Really can't make up my mind, was hoping some one could help me? Thanks
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What's better acer X34 or Samsung cf791? I like the curve on Samsung but think it looks over saturated a bit and acer X34 can be over clocked to 95hz (it's pre owned) no coil whine or scan lines.
Really can't make up my mind, was hoping some one could help me? Thanks
Yeah but that x34 isn't a native 100hz.
You have to overclock... After having the QX2710s, I'm not a fan. I had problems done the road keeping a consistant OC
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post #28 of 33
True, but it's g sync and I have a 1080 ti. So would I be better of going for the 95hz over clock g sync for £615 or the Samsung for £720 100hz with no g sync?
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Yeah but that x34 isn't a native 100hz.
You have to overclock... After having the QX2710s, I'm not a fan. I had problems done the road keeping a consistant OC
true but it's a g sync monitor and I have 1080 ti. So would I be better off going for the g sync X34 95hz over clocked for £610 or the Samsung 100hz without g sync?
post #30 of 33
Tried Acer X34a, had scanlines i could ocassionally see allmost to 1 metre, otherwise it was super good but ****ty lines ruined it completely, now returning it and ordered AG352UCG.
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