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32" 4k 144hz Monitors

Where they at? There are some 27" options but i really feel like 32" makes the best use of 4k, whilst not being too large to have on a desk. I find 40" a bit big plus the density is that of a 27" 1440p and im accustomed to 122ppi of 24" 1440p and dont want to downgrade in a sense so 32" 4k would be a good fit. Are the 32 inch versions of the X27 still a thing or did they drop them?

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Last news from October was that they disappeared from the roadmap.
I guess the 384 zone FALD panels were canned by AUO and they'll be going right to the mini-LED versions with 1000 zones for the 144Hz 32'' panel. The PA32UCX with the 60Hz panel was already announced.
It's likely this is what caused delays, to the second half of 2019 at least.
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Yeah I'm pretty sure they have scrapped the original 384 zone FALD on the 32" and decided to pursue full on Mini LED instead, which I think is a good thing. 384 zones is just too few even on my X27 and can result in pretty significant blooming while in HDR mode, which might become an even bigger problem at 32 inches. With the 1000+ zones of Mini LED it will greatly improve the blooming issue. I don't expect to see 120Hz+ versions of these Mini LED monitors till CES 2020 but at least knowing that Asus already has the 60Hz version is reassuring.

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I guess i gotta play the waiting game some more....

I was going to get the XV273K but the poor overdrive implementation and minimum brightness being too high turned me off from it.

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Where they at? There are some 27" options but i really feel like 32" makes the best use of 4k, whilst not being too large to have on a desk. I find 40" a bit big plus the density is that of a 27" 1440p and im accustomed to 122ppi of 24" 1440p and dont want to downgrade in a sense so 32" 4k would be a good fit. Are the 32 inch versions of the X27 still a thing or did they drop them?
Yes, you are right, 32" with 4k will really make the difference. Probably this summer 2019. Hope it comes soon.
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Nowhere. Only 60Hz so far. 4k overall is behind because not every monitor maker wants to pay for DP1.4 (let alone with DSC, so probably all available are in fact DP1.3 as they lack DSC) input board or HDMI2.1 is even worse and is barely getting into any products at all. And no GPU sold supports HDMI2.1 either. DP1.4 they should, maybe 1.3 only, who knows really.
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I guess you COULD go for the Acer XB273K which should have proper overdrive thanks to the gsync module, and maaaaaybe even have a brightness range more suited to your preference. However, the gsync tax on that monitor is absolutely insane as the MSRP goes up from $899 to $1299. The whole "gsync adds $200 over Freesync" really only applies to 1440p monitors because once you go to 4k gsync the tax seems to get raised to $400.

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MS: because those use a Gsync module with higher performance = higher cost FPGA as far as I'm aware, they also need more cooling aka vroooooom spinning fan as why would they add a nice passive heatsink on insanely priced monitors when small squeaky fan will do. And it still doesn't support adaptive sync over HDMI I think, no HDMI 2.1 on those right?

The monitor market is stuck due to lack of panel quality advancements. They milk what they can because they can... people still pay for it and there is very limited/non existent competition.
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There are going to be some interesting panels coming this year but they will probably be very very expensive.


AUO has a 32" miniLED 144Hz IPS panel coming later this year. The 60Hz version is coming in March in Asus ProArt 32". This is probably going to be the best looking LCD screen for some time. Can't see anything else beating it but it's probably going to be $4000 or similar... maybe more?



Samsung has a 4K 32" VA 120Hz panel coming out. This is probably just the successor to CHG70 series. Likely with QLED, HDR1000 and similar features if the new CRG9 is any indication.


There are some new 4K displays coming out with QD on Glass. First one is from HP but it's only 60Hz. There could be some others. edit: HP is only QHD.


I think if you wait there should be some interesting options in 6-7 months.

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It's the same story since AUO launched it's M270DAN2.x, wait wait wait, announced this announced that but it takes 1-2 years before it's actually in shops to buy if it doesn't get canceled altogether or postponed indefinitely.
What's the name of the HP with QD on glass? QDs on the panel and FALD is the only thing that can make LCD reasonable going forward.
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