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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-04-2019, 09:07 AM - Thread Starter
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Dell UP3017Q 30 inch Oled Monitor Sale

Dell UP3017Q Oled monitor is up on Ebay for sale. Happy Bidding everyone

https://www.ebay.com/itm/30320969599...m=303209695994

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I doubt there will be many bids for that price. Dell outlet center in the winter had ~4 of them refurbished in stock for $2,200. 60 Hz and no HDR is a hard sell when you can get a new C9 for half the price.

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I doubt there will be many bids for that price. Dell outlet center in the winter had ~4 of them refurbished in stock for $2,200. 60 Hz and no HDR is a hard sell when you can get a new C9 for half the price.
Yeah after playing on the pg27uq my next display has to have hdr but is VA really that bad ? I have never played on one but if the pg35vq could be a good gaming experience like the pg27uq was I would consider it when the price drops $2500 is not worth that price. the 55 inch C9 is on sale on newegg for $1299 right now
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I was never impressed with 3440x1440p at the ~$1,000 price point. Surely not at the $2,500 price point!

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wow 30" monitor in 16:9 ratio I would like that we have 30" 1440p monitors
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US only and at double the price it should even cost without a single bid on it. They can keep it until they get real and look at competing products on market as mentioned namely TVs where competition is somewhat real and prices aren't fixed high as they are on most parts of PC parts market.
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$1300 for a 55" C9 is way better than this monitor provided you can accommodate a setup with a 55" especially pertaining to viewing distance. Once HDMI 2.1 graphics cards come out it will be even better, till then its usable at 1440p or 1080p at 120hz with 6ms of input lag its pretty much a bare bones monitor with that level of delay. If i didn't already have a C7 i'd get the C9. I would get a C9 now if HDMI 2.1 GPUs were available, but alas i must wait till 2020.

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