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.
As much as NVIDIA mentioned consumer education on the HDR performance spectrum, the consumer is hardly any more educated on a monitor’s HDR capabilities with the G-Sync HDR branding. Detailed specifications are left to monitor certifications and manufacturers, which is the status quo. Without a specific G-Sync HDR page, NVIDIA lists G-Sync HDR features under the G-Sync page, and while those features are specified as G-Sync HDR, there is no explanation on the full differences between a G-Sync HDR monitor and a standard G-Sync monitor. The NVIDIA G-Sync HDR whitepaper is primarily background on HDR concepts and a handful of generalized G-Sync HDR details.
actually nevermind that, its out of context and old.
however i do believe you're thinking of gsync ultimate (module).
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