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aweir 08-14-2019 05:46 PM

Why are there no 32" 144HZ IPS monitors?
 
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

skupples 08-14-2019 05:53 PM

just get the 5120x1440p monitor & hope to god its a good sample. It'll be epic.

I want one, I just need to figure out how far I've gotta drive to find one in-store somewhere. I think sammy has a flagship in miami.

The Pook 08-14-2019 05:57 PM

you'll get one probably the same time as I get my 4K >75hz IPS <27" panel monitor.

JackCY 08-16-2019 06:43 AM

Pook: buy the 21" OLED 4k and custom electronics to drive it ;) Live happily ever after. You don't need OD or anything for that. There were those 4k120 / 1080p480 electronics. But it's a pure DIY and not cheap at all. Yeah it's sad that we are at a point where with enough money you can sometimes buy better parts separately to build a monitor than a finished product from companies.

Depends, if the panel in 31.5" 1440p has same connection and communication as 27" 1440p then you could use the faster electronics from 27" models on a 31.5" panel. But unless you own and open both or find details for both, you will never know.

DazzaInOz 08-25-2019 02:26 AM

Is LG still working on one?

From tftcentral "There is also a 31.5" size LM315WQ1 panel which was expected to go in to production in December 2018 as well, but has likely slipped in to mid 2019 now (although not confirmed). This larger panel will offer a 2560 x 1440 resolution with 165Hz refresh rate as well."

treetops422 08-25-2019 03:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by aweir (Post 28088634)
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


https://www.techspot.com/news/80483-...-monitors.html
"The 27-inch display will cost $499.99, with pre-orders set to begin on July 1 in the US. The 38-inch version, as you might expect, is a lot pricier. It’ll set you back an eye-watering $1,999. Both monitors are scheduled to roll out next month." That was in July 3840 x 1600 on the big one, I know it's not exactly 1440p but you could always downscale.

Or ultra wide not 1440p
https://www.newegg.com/lg-34uc89g-b-...7320-_-Product












aweir 08-25-2019 11:22 AM

Well of course it HAS to be g-sync so they can slap that premium price tag on it! And those ultrawides are either 27 or 38", and for $2000 it's not even nano IPS and even though it's 175Hz it STILL only has HDR400?? Are you freaking kidding me? Sorry, can't justify almost $2000 for a monitor with a pseudo 1ms response time. The selling point of IPS monitors supposedly is viewing angles and "color accuracy" which is why it APPEALS to photographers/designers ect., and since the colors are supposedly more accurate it would make sense to have at least 8 bit + FRC if NOT 10 bit panels. Yet we are still stuck with basically 16.7 million colors. Hello, color banding. Is anyone in there?

And HOLY COW...a 34" 1080p ultrawide for $900? Are they INSANE?

The monitor industry is whacked out of their minds. They are not playing with a full deck! It's shout it out on the rooftop because we all know they are making it as FRUSTRATING as humanly possible because of the huge gap between what users want and need vs. what manufacturers want to push.

Instead of coming out with a new TV/monitors that makes sense, they unveil these massive 100" TVs the size of your living room that cost about $20,000 to produce just to show it off at some CES event, and that price gets absorbed into the products that actually make it to production to recoup the enormous cost of R&D to develop these useless pieces of eye candy..

JackCY 08-27-2019 09:13 AM

I am in here, working on my debanding for ReShade because even game developers don't give a damn about making things right when it comes to using 8bit graphics.

The only competition there is right now is for TVs, not even TV panels, LG makes the 4k 55"/65/... OLED and no one else still? They all buy a panel from LG to make their TVs. So in the end there is not much competition either since there is 1 source of the actual important hardware. Unless you want Samsung's VA subpar TV.
Mobile devices displays are mass produced by many and at low cost, competition exists and the volume is large in units. You can get cheap displays all the way to expensive.

As long as people keep buying these sub par products they will keep selling them. On the other hand what are people supposed to buy when there are no alternatives thanks to the endless mono/oligopolies.

The monitor display market has been left to rot and die long ago as they moved into mobile and premium TV displays as their main source of profit. They will rather sell 1 overpriced TV than 10 monitors.

What TVs people buy also varies per region. In EU OLED leads and people are not interested in LCD when spending that large amount of money on a TV. In US it's still the other way around.

deafboy 08-27-2019 09:40 AM

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.

aweir 08-27-2019 01:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by deafboy (Post 28104980)
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.

Well if people are buying 32" VA monitors why wouldn't there be a market for flat panel IPS monitors too? I'm sensing that there is more and more interest in 4K and it seems like 1440p is dying out now that 4K 120Hz+ is becoming more and more reachable and affordable, they just need to understand that 43" is hard to fit on a desk, and 32" is barely taking advantage of the PPI 4K offers.


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