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ASUS ProArt Display PA32UCG - 32-inch, 4K HDR, Mini LED Backlight, 1,152 zones local dimming, 120Hz VRR, Dolby Vision, HDR-10, HLG,

ASUS ProArt Display PA32UCG - 32-inch, 4K HDR, Mini LED Backlight, 1,152 zones local dimming, 120Hz VRR, Dolby Vision, HDR-10, HLG, ΔE < 1, DCI-P3, ProArt Hardware Calibration, Thunderbolt™ 3, VESA DisplayHDR 1400 pre-certified

releasing in early Q1 2020 it has a ZBD pixel warranty as well this might seem like the monitor to get if not going the oled route.
https://www.asus.com/us/Monitors/Pro...splay-PA32UCG/



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Panel Size : Wide Screen 32” (81.28cm) 16:9
Panel Backlight / Type : Mini LED / IPS
True Resolution : 3840x2160
Display Viewing Area(HxV) : 708.48 x 308.52 mm
Display Surface : Non-glare
Pixel Pitch : 0.1845 mm
Brightness : 1600 cd/㎡ (Peak)
Contrast Ratio : 1000 :1 (Typical)/1000000 :1 (HDR)
Viewing Angle (CR≧10) : 178°(H)/178°(V)
Response Time : 5ms (Gray to Gray)
Display Colors : 1073.7M (10bit)
Flicker free : Yes
LCD ZBD Warranty : Yes
HDR (High Dynamic Range) Support : Yes (HDR-10 /HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma)/Dolby Vision)
Dynamically Local Dimming : Yes, 1152 Zones
Refresh Rate(max) : 120Hz
Video Feature
ProArt Preset : 13 Modes(Adobe RGB Mode/Rec. 2020/DCI-P3/DICOM/HDR_PQ DCI /HDR_PQ Rec2020/HLG/Dolby Vision/sRGB Mode/Rec. 709 Mode/User Mode 1/User Mode 2)
Color Temperature Selection : 4 Modes
Color Accuracy : △E < 1
Gamma adjustment : Yes (Support Gamma 1.8/2.0/2.2/2.4/2.6 )
Color Adjustment : 6-axis adjustment(R,G,B,C,M,Y)
QuickFit (modes) : Yes (Alignment Grid/Paper/Ruler/Customization Modes)
Picture-in-Picture : Yes
Picture-by-Picture : Yes (support up to 4 UHD windows)
Low Blue Light : Yes
HDCP support : Yes
Adaptive-Sync supported :Yes
Multiple HDR Mode : Yes
Audio Features
Stereo Speakers : 3W x 2 Stereo RMS
I/O Ports
Signal Input : Thunderbolt™ 3 USB-C™ x2 (In x1, Out x1), HDMI x3, DisplayPort
Earphone jack : 3.5mm Mini-Jack
USB Port(s) : 1 x upstream, 3 x Type A port
Mechanical Design
Chassis Colors : Black
Tilt : -5°~+23°
Swivel : -60°~+60°
Pivot : -90°~+90°
Height Adjustment : 0~130 mm
VESA Wall Mounting : 100x100mm
Frameless Design : Yes
Quick Release Stand Design : Yes
Security
Kensington lock
Note
*measuring a screen brightness of 200 nits without audio/ USB/ Card reader connection

Note1. HDR performance requires compatible monitors, streaming devices, video graphic cards, OS and playback software for PC devices or media players which all support HDR function.
Note2. The peak brightness 1600cd/㎡ can only be triggered displaying HDR content that expresses the luminance value of greater than 1000 in a particular scene.
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The typical contrast ratio looks disappointing. I thought mini-led was supposed to bring improved black levels. Any word on the insane price tag it surely has? I'm guessing $2k at least since it's in the ProArt line and all the features it's packing.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Shardnax View Post
The typical contrast ratio looks disappointing. I thought mini-led was supposed to bring improved black levels. Any word on the insane price tag it surely has? I'm guessing $2k at least since it's in the ProArt line and all the features it's packing.
well the 60hz version that is similar to this display is going for about $3999 on B&H https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...a32ucx_4k.html

so if this version will be priced the same it will be a hard pass for me I was looking for something to go alongside my LG C9 tele I might just pickup the HP 1440p 240hz monitor at this point. its $599 on hp right now
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Quote: Originally Posted by Shardnax View Post
The typical contrast ratio looks disappointing. I thought mini-led was supposed to bring improved black levels.
It does with the 1152 zones. If they're off, it's just a typical IPS display.

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Quote: Originally Posted by animeowns View Post
well the 60hz version that is similar to this display is going for about $3999 on B&H https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...a32ucx_4k.html
so if this version will be priced the same it will be a hard pass for me I was looking for something to go alongside my LG C9 tele I might just pickup the HP 1440p 240hz monitor at this point. its $599 on hp right now
Probably going to be priced higher if they don't discontinue the other model. If an IPS monitor with the same specs comes out I might be tempted; otherwise I think I'll continue waiting until DisplayPort 2 options are out.

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It does with the 1152 zones. If they're off, it's just a typical IPS display.
Good to know, thanks.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Shardnax View Post
Probably going to be priced higher if they don't discontinue the other model. If an IPS monitor with the same specs comes out I might be tempted; otherwise I think I'll continue waiting until DisplayPort 2 options are out.


Good to know, thanks.

I guarantee you this thing will cost 2500 dollars. Also its 5ms latency Also 32" is way small for a 4k now a days. 40" or higher preferred for 4k and not go blind. The only thing that jumps up at me is not the IPS with its issues but the 1400nits ,,,, There is even 4000nits doesn't mean its gonna light up your entire house lol. HDR 1000 is enough heck my TV isn't 1000nits. Ill be shocked if its under 2000k.


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all you monitor aficionados.

why can't I find a straight answer on HDMI2.0 10bit support in 4K?

I'm asking here cuz I have the PA329Q, and my DP port flickers.

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
all you monitor aficionados.

why can't I find a straight answer on HDMI2.0 10bit support in 4K?

I'm asking here cuz I have the PA329Q, and my DP port flickers.

Sorry to hear your display port is botched. Have you tried a different DP cable or a different input on the video card ? HDMI 2.1 can do 10-bit with 4k if Im not mistaken.


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I guarantee you this thing will cost 2500 dollars.
You guarantee it? Based on what? Why would it be $1500 less than the 60hz version (which otherwise has the same specs)?
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You guarantee it? Based on what? Why would it be $1500 less than the 60hz version (which otherwise has the same specs)?
Maybe they forgot a zero on the end

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