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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-27-2019, 03:21 PM
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Oh there is a market for 32" 1440p 144Hz+ alright, but unless you want Samsung's curved VA or are fine with blurry LG's AUO VA panel implementation, you're screwed. The only reason people go for 27" IPS is because there is no bloody 32" IPS sold with electronics that allow it to go above 76Hz.
1440p as a whole is ideal for now for computer and gaming use especially at 32". But panel makers love to make either 1080p or 2160p panels instead. They launch new 1080p all the time, why? No one sane should be buying 1080p for a few years now, it's a pure budget option.

And the 40-43" 4k panels for "monitors" are often repurposed TV panels with nonRGB subpixel structure. And there isn't one above 100Hz anyway, is there.

There is market and people want to buy, I'm not the only lol, people look for same specs monitors, they are tired of the 24-27" 1080p and want 144Hz+ in 1440p because they can't drive 2160p reliably to that level yet with current stalled GPU market. So it often boils into: 16:9 32" 1440p 144Hz+ flat IPS, of which there are zero products to buy so people have to go and buy something else if they need a monitor or buy nothing and keep what they already have.

I keep checking the 27" releases but I won't buy one, why? It's small, it really is compared to 32", in reality it's around 26.8" vs 31.5". And you have to deal with scaling issues on 27" 1440p or put it real close to read unscaled fine text.

People can't buy what they want, the products are not on monitor market even when it comes to simpler modest requirements of common (non technical, non HW enthusiast) people. People are tired of TNs, they try a VA out of desperation only to find out how horrible it is and go look for any IPS that would at least barely meet their necessary specs.

The moment they start making smaller (<45") OLED 4k TVs with 120Hz+ Async... people are gonna jump on them out of desperation because there are no decent monitors that would even remotely compete. God forbid they make a 32" variant at low TV market prices, they would render almost the whole high end monitor market obsolete over night, no joke. That's why we don't see progress on monitor market, they are milking their LCD fabs as long as they can. As long as people have nothing else to buy, they are forced to buy their crappy LCDs.
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Non-standard resolutions have always been a bit of a crap-shoot for options.

It doesn't surprise me at all that most are focusing on 4k and beyond as that's where things are going...

Saying there is a market, is while true, not a highly sought after market, it's SUPER niche. *insert the "there are dozens of us" meme here*

There would realistically need to be millions of people wanting a 1440p high refresh rate 32" monitor to even begin to tip the scale.

27" is popular because that's pretty much been the defacto size for 1440p for decades, the only change that's needed there is to push the panels to a higher refresh rate.

In the meantime I'll stick to my 28" 4k for productivity and 27" 1440p for gaming.

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they are coming in Q1 2020 if you just wait 4k @ 144hz 32 inch ips panels
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There are plenty of 27" IPS but not one 31.5" or 32" monitor. the highest is 75Hz. There are a plethora of 32" VA panels.

https://pcpartpicker.com/products/mo...t=-size&page=1
I was disappointed by the same. I had a 32" 2560x1600 (16:10) 60Hz IPS, then it broke and I had a 27" 1440p IPS, then I researched for my current Dell 27" 155Hz freesync TN, which is amazing, and TN has improved vastly from what I remember.

I could afford the cheapest 27" 4K 60Hz panels, or a high RR panel. And there's barely anything 32" and high RR anyways, and they are way over $1,000

There was a 32" VA panel I was close to getting, was that 144Hz? wow I am am so glad I got a fast panel.

The g-sync and F/s Dell's were cheap, and keep going on a great sale. I hope only the PSU fails, I can fix that, after warranty has gone.

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Because the market as a whole for high refresh rate high resolution monitors is super niche that it makes no sense to make one a couple inches bigger because a small handful of people might buy one

They're a business, they'll make whatever the market wants and will actually buy.
Who actually WANTS a 27" 4k monitor?

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Who actually WANTS a 27" 4k monitor?
I have a 28" 4k monitor for work... if the 27" was an option when I bought I likely would have gone with that, lol

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Who actually WANTS a 27" 4k monitor?
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I want 28"-29" QHD (non ultrawide).Probably will never happen.
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Why do people have issues with 27" 4k but have no issues with 13" laptops or phones at 1080p?

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Because 1080p is 4x easier to render than 2160p
I would gladly use 15.6" 4k OLED from a laptop But with that density the monitor better be a 31.2" 8k OLED. At least the GUI scaling in all OSes would finally make any sense.

27" 4k 200% scaling is a bit large and non integer scaling is often subpar.
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