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The Gl950 has shown up on a swedish site and its 24.990 SEK which is $2636 US / 2346 Euros
https://www.inet.se/produkt/2215353/...nano-ips-175hz

Not buying that one i am now looking at either the LG Gl850 or the Asus PG349Q
Well...that sucks. lol
At least we didn't have to wait a year to see pricing and get our hopes up. The only thing we can hope is that more monitors like this pop up and drive prices down or they'll fall off the market because they only sold 10 units at that price.

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Well...that sucks. lol
At least we didn't have to wait a year to see pricing and get our hopes up. The only thing we can hope is that more monitors like this pop up and drive prices down or they'll fall off the market because they only sold 10 units at that price.
While i posted that i looked at the Acer X34P again and i cant figure out why the X34P is 30% cheaper than the Asus PG349Q when they look identical spec wise

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LG continuing the trend to make the one thing they're actually good at. Flat Panels.
someone needs to keep making flat panels, so yay! I'll take one.

the good news is this, new consoles are all 4K120hz, so we should start seeing more heat in that segment.

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someone needs to keep making flat panels, so yay! I'll take one.

the good news is this, new consoles are all 4K120hz, so we should start seeing more heat in that segment.
Indeed, we will get 4k120 TVs everywhere while monitors will be stuck at 4k60 when it comes to sensible prices.
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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
While i posted that i looked at the Acer X34P again and i cant figure out why the X34P is 30% cheaper than the Asus PG349Q when they look identical spec wise
It's more expensive because of the Asus brand as they use the same panel. The only difference is the OSD and aesthetics. From what I've read in the past when I was in the market for one is that the X34P has a better anti-glare coating and QC seems to be a bit better in terms of backlight bleed..
All I recall is people complaining about the ROG's backlight bleed at the time which drove me to my current monitor. I would have gotten the X34P but at the time but it was $1,500 so I wasn't interested.

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It's more expensive because of the Asus brand as they use the same panel. The only difference is the OSD and aesthetics. From what I've read in the past when I was in the market for one is that the X34P has a better anti-glare coating and QC seems to be a bit better in terms of backlight bleed..
All I recall is people complaining about the ROG's backlight bleed at the time which drove me to my current monitor. I would have gotten the X34P but at the time but it was $1,500 so I wasn't interested.
Paid 6400 kr for my PG279Q back in 2016 and the X34P is 6995 kr so only a little bit more and well within my price range
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/445077...p-uwqhd-curved

Could actually step up to an RTX 2080 Ti with the money saved going from the Asus PG349Q to the Acer X34P
Feel like the 2080 Ti is way overpriced and i almost never play games anymore so i cant really justify that so think i will go with a 2080 instead

I have a thread about moving to ultrawide for work and media if you feel like pitching in there
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Does nVidia still sell GSync modules individually? If not then saying it's "GSync compatible" is quite meaningless.
There are Freesync monitors that are G-sync compatible, some even certified by nVidia. A feature offered by nVidia since early this year. I'm sure after a while nVidia will certify this monitor as well. A monitor doesn't need to have G-sync module to be G-sync compatible.

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A monitor doesn't need to have G-sync module to be G-sync compatible.
In fact, all "G-sync compatible" monitors do not have a G-sync module and are not able to install one.
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someone needs to keep making flat panels, so yay! I'll take one.

the good news is this, new consoles are all 4K120hz, so we should start seeing more heat in that segment.

I'll cross my fingers.
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In fact, all "G-sync compatible" monitors do not have a G-sync module and are not able to install one.
EL OH EL

Seriously, just slap an "Adaptive Sync Compatible" sticker on them to avoid confusion and be clear about what you really mean.

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