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post #1341 of 1352 (permalink) Old 09-12-2019, 12:25 PM
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Another G-Sync "ultimate" display with massive NVIDIA firmware bugs. So that is two in a row G-Sync "ultimate" display product lines with faulty firmware out of the gate. Based off of the 27" returns for firmware updates, you can expect to get back someones old beat up monitor with stuck pixels as your "firmware" fix. All for only $2,500.

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Quote: Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post
Another G-Sync "ultimate" display with massive NVIDIA firmware bugs. So that is two in a row G-Sync "ultimate" display product lines with faulty firmware out of the gate. Based off of the 27" returns for firmware updates, you can expect to get back someones old beat up monitor with stuck pixels as your "firmware" fix. All for only $2,500.
... and waiting over two years for it to actually become available!



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I kinda feel sorry for ASUS and Acer, as it's NVIDIA who keeps messing up the firmware. The monitor manufacturers have to eat all of the returns and RMA's.

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Yes, you can set a custom 3840 x 1600 resolution on a 55" oled and have a nice large UW with better vertical resolution and all the OLED goodness. Once HDMI 2.1 arrives you can pop up the refresh rate to 120hz...so yes, there is an OLED UW that is better than that asus and is around $600 cheaper.



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Looks like things are heating up:

https://community.acer.com/en/discus...x35-monitor/p6

-More new users reporting the flickering
-New Nvidia drivers no help
-PCMonitors.info calling out Nvidia via Twitter about if they're going to fix the issue
-Acer saying users have to pay to ship monitor back to them for a "maybe" fix on the issue

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People are going to be VERY picky for that $2500 price tag. More picky than usual, and I've see the threads where legions of gamers returned their $800 1440p panels a few years ago. I was one of them, lol. $2500 though? I'd be analyzing that thing with an electron microscope and any atoms not in a perfect grid pattern gets instant RMA.
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On the bright side maybe this will make companies think twice regarding their absolutely absurd pricing strategies. LOL who am I kidding they'll just double down as usual.
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On the bright side maybe this will make companies think twice regarding their absolutely absurd pricing strategies. LOL who am I kidding they'll just double down as usual.
The real problem are people who are willing to pay $2500 for a monitor. Fools and their money...

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The real problem are people who are willing to pay $2500 for a monitor. Fools and their money...
$2500 being a little or a lot depends immensely on how much money you make.

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$2500 being a little or a lot depends immensely on how much money you make.
Indeed, it's all relative.

Off-topic: I learned this lesson first-hand when I got a tour of Paul Allen's yacht "Meduse" when it was in San Diego some years ago. At the time Allen (Micro$oft co-founder, Seattle Seahawks owner, among other things) owned 3 yachts and "Meduse" was the smallest of them. It was for sale at the time and included a helicopter in the asking price as well. Allen's big yacht "Octopus" is currently for sale:

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