Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by super kermit, Apr 13, 2019.
Does the model number really have to have SEXXY at the end of it...
I just preordered with budget PC. $2300 +$100 shipping. I'm smiling.
Nice. Congrats. The postage was $190 for me so wasn't really worth it as I'd rather just buy locally for another $10. Did they advise ETA?
Doesn't look like much more ghosting than by XB271HU IPS to be honest. I'm more curious on the HDR, colour, contrast and local dimming qualities.
I made a phone call. I let you know.
"We've just got confirmation of the ETA on the new Samsung monitor the current estimated date is the 26th of June"
There you have it, straight from the horses mouth.
Jesus! In that case I'm waiting for the Acer x35. Thanks for the information
Oh wait, Now they say the ETA is 24th of June.
That's still two months away
My 3840x1080 sammy screen is going to be worth a toilet after its release.
as it should be overpriced screens where insane
I feel as you get older, time moves very quickly.
Given the long release time I’m waiting...stuff like LG 38GL950G (38” 3840x1600 144Hz Gsync) might tempt me more if they release earlier
lol what gpu in the near future would even do 144 let alone 170hz oc at that res?
I've got the 49" 3840x1080 Samsung screen, and I feel now that there is such a thing as too much monitor for gaming. I'd go one of the smaller ultrawides. Fantastic for work, though, which is what I bought it for (to replace 3x24" monitors).
I ran 3x27 120hz inch in Surround. 5760x1080. It was fantastic. But a little too wide with the fish eye stretched image on the far sides. Double wide with no bezels will be perfect for me.
Tbh I don’t care so much for high hz, I prefer playing with settings maxed at 60fps....hoping around June/July some of these monitors become available (also like Acer x35 etc) and I can pick one
I tend to buy higher end monitors and keep them for like 5 years so not concerned if I can’t make full use of the high hz just yet
so you prefer a laggy 16ms+ over a smooth 10ms-
you must not play any response heavy games
I hear gsync/FreeSync makes a big difference at 50-60fps though, which is what I usually play at. Right now with adaptive sync or fast sync, it’s great at 60fps but tears whenever it’s a bit under 60