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post #11 of 51 (permalink) Old 04-07-2019, 04:31 PM
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Nice, this would be my choice for this panel. Been very happy with my AOC 240hz monitor.

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Going to cost a fortune. Why does it have built in speakers?
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Quote: Originally Posted by maltamonk View Post
Going to cost a fortune. Why does it have built in speakers?
because the cool thing to do is slap these high end monitors full of features we rarely use, like SD Card readers, and USB ports...

Or am I a pleb

fact stands, dell's 35 in 3440x1440p still takes the cake in my eyes.
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no, the panel uses adaptive sync that passes both certifications.


don't know why folks don't understand that by now.
I thought G-Sync HDR was only with G-Sync module.

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Is ultrawide and curved really what everyone is after? I for one just want a nice 16:9 panel with HDR, high resolution and fast refresh rate.

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Is ultrawide and curved really what everyone is after? I for one just want a nice 16:9 panel with HDR, high resolution and fast refresh rate.
Ultrawide is incredible. There is no going back once you use one. I have had this dell since 2015 and my next step up is a 144hz one.

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yep, i've missed 21:9 gaming ever since I parted with my 3 identical panels. However, I had to buy those three cuz no one was smashing it all into the same screen space. 3440x1440p @ 144hz is damn near a wet dream. 5760x1080p was always way over stretched.

I'd love to get 3x 16:9 2560's, but we all know the days of epic multi monitor, multi-gpu are gone for now. So instead, one centerpiece monitor, and two little side minions in portrait i think. I believe I saw that 24s line up well with this form factor in portrait.

i think i'll take the potential woes of IPS over VA.
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Quote: Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
I thought G-Sync HDR was only with G-Sync module.

Spoiler!


actually nevermind that, its out of context and old.

however i do believe you're thinking of gsync ultimate (module).

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