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To be honest, Enhanced Sync works very well so you would not have to worry that much.

It does, but one of the games I frequently play (GW2) has some serious issues in specific maps. Freesync would also be fine if it weren't a DX9 title, and I also believe they have different animations/particles running at lower fps.

Also noticed a stuck pixel today mad.gif. My XR342CK looks great regardless, just wish I had a way to accurately calibrate it.
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This is literally the worst model number I have ever seen. All I can assume is that someone just went all hands on the keyboard and called it the model number. What the hell.
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This is literally the worst model number I have ever seen. All I can assume is that someone just went all hands on the keyboard and called it the model number. What the hell.

Welcome to Acer land.
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Hey all,

i'm about to pull the plug on this screen.
My options where Dell 38", LG 38" and this one ( well, they are the only options actually tongue.gif )

So, this screen is going to be used as a hybrid for work ( UI design ), front-end dev and gaming.

My questions are, if this panel, is good enough for the UI design part. I've read reviews on the LG and Dell that they were amazing ... is this up to the par?

The other question ... what's the weight of the monitor without stand, any idea?

Thank you! smile.gif
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Hey all,

i'm about to pull the plug on this screen.
My options where Dell 38", LG 38" and this one ( well, they are the only options actually tongue.gif )

So, this screen is going to be used as a hybrid for work ( UI design ), front-end dev and gaming.

My questions are, if this panel, is good enough for the UI design part. I've read reviews on the LG and Dell that they were amazing ... is this up to the par?

The other question ... what's the weight of the monitor without stand, any idea?

Thank you! smile.gif

It's pull the "trigger". Pull the "plug" means taking the water plug out the bath tub and letting all the water go out, which means the opposite of pull the trigger.


Anyway, thanks geggeg for an excellent review. These monitors are inching ever closer to giving me what I want, although the fact that a 55" OLED TV sells for the same price makes them all a hard buy.
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