Monitor for a high end gaming PC?

Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by Jody Hodgson, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. munchkin1

    munchkin1 Member

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    I actually ordered one during the recent Dell sale, was discounted down to ~$1200. After ordering, my delivery date expanded 6 weeks so I cancelled it and grabbed the acer X34P from scorptec a few weeks ago at $1049, which is almost the same. Basically as an interim monitor until we see some proper good g-sync HDR monitors at around 38" and 3840x1600 res (possibly LG 38GL950-g...)

    I'm happy with it as an interim;

    1. I'm sold on ultrawide, it's FAR better for gaming and productivity
    2. I will never buy a non g-sync monitor now (unless freesync improves on 48/52hz cutoffs)

    I think 38inch ultrawide 3840x1600 (or higher) with g-sync HDR would be the ultimate for me
     
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  2. macktheknife

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    I really wish you hadn't posted about that because now I want to move from my X34 to that.

    144hz IPS 3840x1600. Mental.

    Will probably cost $2500 here though.
     
  3. MR CHILLED

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  4. thedirkdiggler

    thedirkdiggler Member

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    this that the best atm without going 2k+

    i am torn, i have a old dell 24 inch. But i know if i buy a good 144hz 1440p 34 inch ips panel better than anything will come out the day i buy
     
  5. macktheknife

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    I don't think you're going to get anything better anywhere near that price for a long time.
     

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