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I guess this is my monitor.

Please have proper QA.

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21:9 is fantastic almost everything that isnt a shoddy port supports it just fine. Just is not easy to drive on max settings since its close to 4k.

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200Hz, ultrawide, HDR gsync, and 512 zone local dimming

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All the gamers missed that...

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I was so close to buying the Asus PG348Q a few months ago, but held back due to reservations that something better was just around the corner. Didn't feel confident dropping 1k+ when we are on the cusp of new monitor tech.

Good think I pulled back!!

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Think I'll swap out my PG348Q for one of these.

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Any word on panel type?

I assume VA as my 35 inch acer uses it.


And i have to say 35 inch ultrawide gaming with a single gpu capable of supporting it simply cannot be beaten. No need for multi monitor or buggy hit or miss SLI/Crossfire arrays.

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