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Thursday, November 14, 2019
By: Kongxiao Zhao
From: Sherwood Park
27 inch in size stand is small saves space OC capability when lower then resolution to 2k or 1080p. up tp 144 Hz
not real HDR, only 300 nits, the panel is not capable for HDR content. really, false advertisement. Freesync only 40~60. pretty useless when you using it with nvidia. Color is bad and inaccurate. Up-scale algorithm is totally bs. this monitor is only usable at 4k.
DONT BUY IT. It's worthless. The specs looks really good but performance side? No. Don't buy it especially you want HDR. The panel is not HDR ready panel, and all HDR contents looks washed off, dynamic range is even worse than SDR. Freshrate OC looks promising but unusable on this monitor due to the bad upscaling algorithm. Everything looks blurry when under native 4K resolution, no matter how you adjust the settings. Don't buy this monitor unless it's been heavily discounted.
Sunday, December 30, 2018
-HDR 10 -4K 60HZ on all ports -Fast Response Time -Decent 1080p to 4K upscaling
-Back-light Bleeding -No Dolby Vision HDR -No HDR on Display-port on Nvidia Graphics Cards
This monitor is fantastic for the price for gaming at 4K with HDR on an Xbox One X or PS4 Pro. Its response times are definitely superior and noticeably better than most 4K Television sets out there, which is a necessity for gaming in my opinion. The only disappointments for me is that it has a bit of a back-light bleed on its right side (only noticeable in dark scenes or black bars), and that my GTX 1070 equipped system with the latest drivers and Windows 10 updates is unable to drive HDR on this display as the option is greyed out, so it's something to keep in mind for those wanting to PC game at 4K with HDR. I obviously know my GTX 1070 would not drive 4K 60Hz for gaming, but it's still sad that even 4K content will not be drive-able in HDR with this display in Windows 10 via the Display Port. The Freesync 2.0 also works very well with my Xbox One X, and I love that its an option on consoles now. Overall, I would highly recommend this monitor, but preferably to console gamers.