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post #1 of 144 (permalink) Old 05-09-2018, 02:06 PM - Thread Starter
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Wasabi Mango UHD430 v2 REAL4K i20 HDR/120Hz/10-bit/DP 1.4 [2018]

I've re-written this post now that there are more details on it.

Korean Product Page

__Specs:

Panel : AH-IPS LED
Screen Size : 43" (108cm ) 16:9
Resolution : 3840 X 2160 (4K UHD)
Display Colors : 1.07B Colors, 10bit
Pixel Pitch : 0.2451mm x 0.2451mm
Brightness : 400cd/m²
DCR : 1,000,000:1
Contrast Ratio : 1,200:1
Response Time : 5ms
Viewing Angle : 178 (H) / 178 (V)
Refresh Rate : 120Hz ( DP ) / 60Hz ( HDMI ) / 96 Hz (w/ HDR Enabled)
Input Terminal : DP1.4 x 2 / HDMI2.0 x 3 / Optical (In?) / Service USB
Speaker : 10 W + 10 W
Input Voltage : 100-240V ~50/60Hz
Including Packaging Weight : 14.5kg (32lbs)
Size (with stand) (WxHxD) : 976mm x 626mm x 250mm (38.42" x 24.64" x 9.84")
Size (without stand) (WxHxD) : 976mm x 568mm x 64mm (38.42" x 22.36" x 2.52")
VESA Specification : 200x 200mm
MSRP : 1,290,000 KRW (~$1200 USD)

Miscellaneous: Flicker Free / Blue Light Cut / Crossover Display (?) / PIP / PBP / HDCP 2.2 / 4:4:4 Chroma Subsampling (translated by Google)

__Availability:

eBay Listings Search - https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw...+-ZEN+%2B120Hz

Korean sites selling it, some of which offer international shipping if you can figure it out:
http://smartstore.naver.com/jkonfarm...cts/2877282444
http://item.gmarket.co.kr/DetailView...ode=1398705662
http://www.11st.co.kr/product/Seller...dNo=2044232543

__Reviews:

https://gigglehd.com/gg/review/2861985 (in Korean)
Linus Tech Tips video review - https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...s+Wasabi+Mango
(I have no idea how to stop this site from auto-embedding and centering the video with a direct YouTube link, so it should be the first video in the YouTube search linked above)


__Updates:

As an original owner of the WM UHD420, I'm genuinely interested in 4K @ 120Hz at 43".

So, I sent a message to etradekorea (the only seller of the display on eBay at the moment), and here's what they said:

Is the screen glossy or anti-glare?
The panel type is semi glare.

I'm not entirely sure what "semi glare" means in this case, as it could mean that it's glossy, so there's somewhat (semi) of a glare, or that there is anti-glare coating on it. Here is a still from an un-boxing video on YouTube of the original UHD430 display, so it may be safe to assume that's the level of gloss on the screen.

Are both DP inputs required for 120Hz 10-bit?
There is no problem connecting only one of them.

Note: To use this monitor at 120Hz, you must use the Windows 10 and at least you must use your graphics card GTX 1050 or over GTX 1050.


What is the pixel policy of this particular auction? Is it considered to be perfect pixel?
If there are more than 10 defects, we will refund or exchange (This is the manufacturer's policy).

What is the manufacturer's warranty? Would it be honored outside of South Korea?
The manufacturer's warranty is one year, but it is only possible in South Korea. If the product has a problem within one year, please send the product. We'll send it back after the repair. Generally the monitor seldom breaks down. We sold a lot of monitors, but almost nothing happened.

It's nice that they'll still honor the warranty outside of South Korea, but the cost of shipping to them is going to come out of your pocket. However, when it comes to such an expensive display, $200 in shipping is a lot less than just buying another one.
I've also messaged dream-seller, who had sold Wasabi Mango displays in the past on eBay, to see if they'll be carrying them again (no answer yet). I also wanted to reach out to green-sum, another past seller of Wasabi Mango, but their store on eBay seems to have been shut down.

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Dual DP 1.4 for 4k120Hz? Shouldn't a single connection be enough? Still this is a very interesting monitor indeed. Good enough to.hold us all over until 40 inch 4k 120hz OLED.

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Quote: Originally Posted by MistaSparkul View Post
Dual DP 1.4 for 4k120Hz? Shouldn't a single connection be enough?
Yeah, that part of it is interesting. It's not a drawback for me, as I've got the ports to spare, but I assumed a single DP 1.4 cable should be enough to do the job. /shrug

Although, I'm not familiar with dual-cable single-display configurations and how the GPU(s) see them, specifically in terms of an SLI setup.
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Dual DP 1.4 for 4k120Hz? Shouldn't a single connection be enough? Still this is a very interesting monitor indeed. Good enough to.hold us all over until 40 inch 4k 120hz OLED.
It's definitely more interesting than having to pay north of 2K for the G-sync models. Now, all that's left to know is how well OD is implemented for 120 Hz. Korean "knock-off" brands don't have a particularly spectacular track record on this regard. If this is using a panel from a cheap LG TV model, we can kiss decent motion goodbye.

Also, this could be semi-glossy, which would be fantastic.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
It's definitely more interesting than having to pay north of 2K for the G-sync models. Now, all that's left to know is how well OD is implemented for 120 Hz. Korean "knock-off" brands don't have a particularly spectacular track record on this regard. If this is using a panel from a cheap LG TV model, we can kiss decent motion goodbye.
I don't think it's going to be the cheap version since that's the U430 ZEN model, and the 120Hz variant is readily available on eBay right now for purchase, for less than $500 (before shipping costs). From what I've seen, the Wasabi Mango UHD models are the normally the higher quality ones.

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Also, this could be semi-glossy, which would be fantastic.
Yeah, I'm torn on this since my UHD420 is glossy, and because of that it's sometimes difficult to see what's happening on the screen if the in-game environment is too dark or the sunlight is entering the room at a bad time. I think I would still prefer glossy, though, as it does make everything a bit more crisp compared to the anti-gloss coating that you see elsewhere.
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Ok looks like I misinterpreted the product page wrong. It looks like it means that it comes with two DP 1.4 connections, both of which will do 4k120hz on their own rather than it takes both inputs in MST to run 4k120.

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Ok looks like I misinterpreted the product page wrong. It looks like it means that it comes with two DP 1.4 connections, both of which will do 4k120hz on their own rather than it takes both inputs in MST to run 4k120.
Well, that certainly makes more sense. I can't read Korean, and because the product page is built using images, it can't be translated, so it's hard to tell exactly what's going on in some areas.

I messaged dream-seller on eBay, who has sold Wasabi Mango products in the past, and asked if they're going to be offering this particular display in the near future. I think green-sum was another WM seller, so I'll shoot them a message as well to see what they say.
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So many models of the UHD 430:
http://www.wasabimango.co.kr/bbs/boa...r_10&stx=&nca=

Too bad it's just Korean Hangul that differentiates them.
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So many models of the UHD 430:
http://www.wasabimango.co.kr/bbs/boa...r_10&stx=&nca=

Too bad it's just Korean Hangul that differentiates them.
The UHD430 was originally released 2(?) years ago to replace the UHD420. The newest model of the UHD430 family, which is yet to be seen for sale anywhere, is the 120Hz i20 model, and is the first model in that list.
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Yeah like a really bad song on the radio that the station keeps repeating and repeating.
In time you find yourself tapping your foot and singing along.
It's like being programed.
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