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you're gonna be waiting a year for this...production confirmed for Q2 at the earliest.

I really don't understand the monitor market

4K120 OLED...canned after 1 year

this...majorly delayed...may face cancellation too
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lol both of you live in fantasy land

1) 120Hz OLED HDMI 2.1 TVs probably wont come out in 2019. (and if they do, probably only on higher end models) - but 120Hz isnt the only factor when gaming, what about g2g and input latency times ?

and what about burn in (important if its going to be used as a PC monitor) and OLED color filter deterioration over time ? think they gonna solve that in next year ?

and then there is size, I doubt you will be seeing OLED 120Hz HDR TVs in sizes smaller than 40" which makes it not that practical for users with smaller desks

2) MicroLED story has been going on for over 2 years now with no known MLED products on the market

even if its out next year, in 2018., you will still have to wait a few years for prices to drop (look at how OLED TVs are still expensive despite being for some time on the market now) to acceptable consumer levels


its a s***show when it comes to monitors - still no choice but to go with flawed VA/IPS panels and pretend TN isnt being sold for +500$ - at least for another couple of years it looks like

these new ****ty samsung and LG panels with fake HDR and quantum dot are really annoying

LG c6 and C7 oled's have true hdr not fake and the C7 can run at 120hz without any overclocking so that makes it good for gaming as long as you don't mind using 1080p to get the 120hz smile.gif
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Quite the opposite. TV reviewers frequently have a lot of different models using different technology, and they can make the necessary and relevant comparisons because they also have calibration equipment.

please link me to a side-by-side comparison using both the high-end models of each technology including professional wide gamuts (since I was referring to monitors and not televisions, and geared towards creation instead of consumption) that has gone through said testing methodology.
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You guys think it makes sense to sell my x34 to get this?
I would honestly like to compare the IPS to the VA once it is released before I buy it. I have the first Asus 144hz monitor in 1080p VA panel and the Acer Predator IPS 165hz 27" monitor. It is night and day difference with colors.
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I pretty much agree with all of this.

3440x1440 sure doesn't knock your socks off anymore. Is this monitor still suppose to be VA? If so, there is no point in running a refresh rate that high. The black smear will negate any benefit of that refresh rate.

And the way HDR/FALD works in conjunction with games and Windows will be interesting to see. I think all of these FALD G-sync displays may end up being overpriced/over-hyped in the end.

I do as well. And I was getting tired of the constant delays and speculation. So I went ahead and pulled the trigger on an Acer z35p. At first I was apprehensive due to all the IPS blows VA out of the water comments. I am more than satisfied with my purchase, finally. I went through 279qs, 348qs, the viewsonic XG2703; let me tell you, unless you put those ips side by side with my Z35p it would be hard to say one is definitively better in color and the difference is almost negligible (for me at least, I only use my monitor for productivity/gaming, not content creation or photography). I mean really the colors pop on this panel especially after calibration. And the absence of that disgusting IPS orange glow is honestly worth the small drawbacks of the Z35p panel. Black smear is hardly noticeable even at 120hz, have to set overdrive to extreme to get any significant ghosting, and that is unnecessary as the monitor is perfectly responsive at normal overdrive. If you have a 1080ti, I say the Z35p is the perfect monitor to sit on and enjoy that gpu power for now. I've decided I'll wait for HDR to become more integrated into the market when I redo my rig in 4-5 years. But really anyone that was in my position of wanting an upgrade and waiting for the 35vq, I highly recommend the Z35p; your 1080ti (or high end gpu in general) will be pushed by the Z35p, and you'll get great colors, great blacks, great contrast, 120hz, and in my opinion the best display for gaming on the market right now.
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I do as well. And I was getting tired of the constant delays and speculation. So I went ahead and pulled the trigger on an Acer z35p. At first I was apprehensive due to all the IPS blows VA out of the water comments. I am more than satisfied with my purchase, finally. I went through 279qs, 348qs, the viewsonic XG2703; let me tell you, unless you put those ips side by side with my Z35p it would be hard to say one is definitively better in color and the difference is almost negligible (for me at least, I only use my monitor for productivity/gaming, not content creation or photography). I mean really the colors pop on this panel especially after calibration. And the absence of that disgusting IPS orange glow is honestly worth the small drawbacks of the Z35p panel. Black smear is hardly noticeable even at 120hz, have to set overdrive to extreme to get any significant ghosting, and that is unnecessary as the monitor is perfectly responsive at normal overdrive. If you have a 1080ti, I say the Z35p is the perfect monitor to sit on and enjoy that gpu power for now. I've decided I'll wait for HDR to become more integrated into the market when I redo my rig in 4-5 years. But really anyone that was in my position of wanting an upgrade and waiting for the 35vq, I highly recommend the Z35p; your 1080ti (or high end gpu in general) will be pushed by the Z35p, and you'll get great colors, great blacks, great contrast, 120hz, and in my opinion the best display for gaming on the market right now.

does the display exhibit any problems at 200hz ?
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does the display exhibit any problems at 200hz ?
You mean 120hz? No not at all, no flickering, vertical lines, or common defects. Buttery smooth with no noticeable ghosting unless set to extreme overdrive. Absolutely fantastic monitor, way better than my previous 348q. Will gladly sit on this for the next 3 or 4 years with my gtx1080ti. And with the extra money I saved, the 500+ additional USD spent for the 35vq, I went ahead and got the Oculus Rift which is fantastic. No regrets. I would recommend buying it through Amazon and giving it a try, their return policy is outstanding if you decide you don't like the Acer Z35p.
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You mean 120hz? No not at all, no flickering, vertical lines, or common defects. Buttery smooth with no noticeable ghosting unless set to extreme overdrive. Absolutely fantastic monitor, way better than my previous 348q. Will gladly sit on this for the next 3 or 4 years with my gtx1080ti. And with the extra money I saved, the 500+ additional USD spent for the 35vq, I went ahead and got the Oculus Rift which is fantastic. No regrets. I would recommend buying it through Amazon and giving it a try, their return policy is outstanding if you decide you don't like the Acer Z35p.

I have been wanting to get an UW for a while now. I have been using the Acer Predator 27" OC'd to 165hz. So this Z35p will overclock to 120hz? I know going from 144hz to 120hz isn't that noticeable as 60hz to 120hz. I am curious if this is worth purchasing? I also have a 1080ti on water.
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You mean 120hz? No not at all, no flickering, vertical lines, or common defects. Buttery smooth with no noticeable ghosting unless set to extreme overdrive. Absolutely fantastic monitor, way better than my previous 348q. Will gladly sit on this for the next 3 or 4 years with my gtx1080ti. And with the extra money I saved, the 500+ additional USD spent for the 35vq, I went ahead and got the Oculus Rift which is fantastic. No regrets. I would recommend buying it through Amazon and giving it a try, their return policy is outstanding if you decide you don't like the Acer Z35p.

oh okay I am getting the display mixed up with the z35 non p I have had the 165hz pg279q before then went with a 240hz and I can say I see the difference between 144- 200hz so I know that 200hz will be my next display 3440x1440 @ 200hz
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