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This AOC is using the same panel that ASUS and Acer are releasing monitors on. Announced two years ago... certainly not news.

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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.
It's not. I really want a good 40-43" that isn't curved. They convert to 21:9 pretty easily for games but you can still get the height on the desktop.

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Is Display Port 1.2 bandwidth enough for 3440x1440/200Hz?
nope, not even close.

8 bit color 3440 x 1440 @ 200hz = 29.72 Gbps

with HDR added its 35.67 Gbps


DP 1.2 is only rated for 17.28 Gbps


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I thought most of these monitors made use of dual dp1.2 or something to meet the demands.
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Quote: Originally Posted by ibb27 View Post
Is Display Port 1.2 bandwidth enough for 3440x1440/200Hz? [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/thinking.gif[/IMG]
nope, not even close.

8 bit color 3440 x 1440 @ 200hz = 29.72 Gbps

with HDR added its 35.67 Gbps


DP 1.2 is only rated for 17.28 Gbps
You can read what manufacturers are doing here: https://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/...000-price-tag/

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so then the 3440x1440 high hz IPS panels do this as well?

I guess the dual input thing never panned out?

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so then the 3440x1440 high hz panels do this as well?

I guess the dual import thing never panned out?
I'm going to be holding off until monitors actually support 144Hz with HDR.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
You can read what manufacturers are doing here: https://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/...000-price-tag/

I could see a little tomfoolery being used to squeek it out using DP 1.4, but DP 1.2?

between that and the supposed 1ms response time on a VA panel, I'm more than skeptical of these specs.


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