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gah.. 48".. its so close. Might be worth just making it work anyway... the monitor situation seems to be getting worse, every slight improvement to the FALD gsync panels seems to add another $500-$1000usd.

Considering the 384 and 512 zone 27" and 34"UWs are all between $3.5k and $4k AUD, I expect the upcoming 1152 zone 32" monitors will sit closer to $6k AUD with the UWs having something more abominable for the price and at that point Ill be able to buy three LG B9s for the same money(They're frequently $1800AUD on sale).

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gah.. 48".. its so close. Might be worth just making it work anyway... the monitor situation seems to be getting worse, every slight improvement to the FALD gsync panels seems to add another $500-$1000usd.

Considering the 384 and 512 zone 27" and 34"UWs are all between $3.5k and $4k AUD, I expect the upcoming 1152 zone 32" monitors will sit closer to $6k AUD with the UWs having something more abominable for the price and at that point Ill be able to buy three LG B9s for the same money(They're frequently $1800AUD on sale).
Yeah. Monitor pricing is so absurd, I've been looking at TVs for a while to replace my U3415W. This one just might be the thing we're waiting for. It checks all of my boxes. 120HZ, VRR for both AMD/nVidia and I presume HDMI 2.1.
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For folks who thought 55" was too large, is this enough of a difference to make it appealing? I know a lot of folks want something around the 40" mark. I'm curious how much of a market there is at 48".
For me, it would be much more attractive at 40" or 43" with the higher pixel density at those sizes. I would still consider it at 48". I really don't want a 55" anytime soon.

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Yeah. Monitor pricing is so absurd, I've been looking at TVs for a while to replace my U3415W. This one just might be the thing we're waiting for. It checks all of my boxes. 120HZ, VRR for both AMD/nVidia and I presume HDMI 2.1.
Yeah it's going to be basically perfect in terms of features/tech, assuming it is a shrunk down B9/C9.

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For me, it would be much more attractive at 40" or 43" with the higher pixel density at those sizes. I would still consider it at 48". I really don't want a 55" anytime soon.
Personally, its still at a size where im still concerned about physical space before I can even worry about PPI. I need to fit it on my desk between two speakers, they're smaller speakers for what they are.. but they're still reasonably larger than something like the Audioengine A2s... and then my IKEA Malm desk has like an underside pull out table thing that prevents me from sitting completely in the middle of the desk so the monitor needs to be centered to me instead of centered to the desk.

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Yeah it's going to be basically perfect in terms of features/tech, assuming it is a shrunk down B9/C9.



Personally, its still at a size where im still concerned about physical space before I can even worry about PPI. I need to fit it on my desk between two speakers, they're smaller speakers for what they are.. but they're still reasonably larger than something like the Audioengine A2s... and then my IKEA Malm desk has like an underside pull out table thing that prevents me from sitting completely in the middle of the desk so the monitor needs to be centered to me instead of centered to the desk.
Wall mount the speakers, TV, or preferably both.


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Wall mount the speakers, TV, or preferably both.
1. Renting. 2. I have a great big window behind my PC now. I could probably solve all my problems with an arm and speaker stands though.

I would remove the pull out table under the desk but its really handy for setting up playgrounds, perches etc for my bird when hes out of the cage.

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Perfect for me. I have a wall between two doors that fits a 50" TV just right with 1.5" gaps in between so people don't run into the TV. Sadly, there were no 120Hz TVs in the 50" size. Contemplated a lot on getting the 55" and letting the TV come near the edge of the wall, but decided against it, which I wish I did for the 120hz goodness. Now... I can get 120Hz without issue! I hope this comes in at $800-1000. I hope it can do 1440p120 like Samsung, but I do hope it can do 4k120, for that future proofing.

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this panel will get mad hype compared to any other panel release in 2020, if none of the others are OLED.


i'm sure 360hz is epic for 2D action, but ATM I really couldn't care less about that from a gaming stand point. 4K120 sounds great to me

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