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post #1151 of 1352 (permalink) Old 01-19-2019, 12:38 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by moonbogg View Post
This thing going well over $2000 really takes the shine out. I start to roll my eyes pretty hard at that point.
Its most likely gonna come closer to 2500$ if not more, I am sure its gonna be close to 3000$ in Swedistan, as the 4K HDR ROG monitor already cost 2500$ here.
And yeah, it really takes the shine out.
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Problem with that one is it's edge lit. That's not a true hdr display. Even though the real estate is nice, that's a hard pass if you've seen hdr.
True, but then... I've used PG27UQ, but can't stand the fan noise. I've poured $2k to make my system dead-silent and to have an active, small, ****ty fan in a monitor is annoying AF. From what I see, probably PG35VQ will also feature a nice little fan at 75dB.

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Who knows? We're half way through the first quarter. With an end of 1Q, early 2Q target - it should show up for pre-order somewhere fairly soon, unless of course it has been delayed again.

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With the pricepoint that was hinted for this monitor I'm so over it, even after all this waiting. As soon as JJ hinted at that $2500 range at CES I immediately bought a AW3418DW and called it a day.

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With the pricepoint that was hinted for this monitor I'm so over it, even after all this waiting. As soon as JJ hinted at that $2500 range at CES I immediately bought a AW3418DW and called it a day.
They wanted to make sure it was so expensive that only the big boys at Asus could have one.
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True, but then... I've used PG27UQ, but can't stand the fan noise. I've poured $2k to make my system dead-silent and to have an active, small, ****ty fan in a monitor is annoying AF. From what I see, probably PG35VQ will also feature a nice little fan at 75dB.
really I never noticed my fan in my pg27uq I wonder if the BFGD or the alienware 55 inch oled 4k 120hz will have fans in them.
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With the pricepoint that was hinted for this monitor I'm so over it, even after all this waiting. As soon as JJ hinted at that $2500 range at CES I immediately bought a AW3418DW and called it a day.
How is it?
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Beautiful, I'm extremely happy with it.

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