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Sunday, August 23, 2020
The specs are top of the line, no backlight bleed, beautiful colors and i could go on and on and on. Gaming in hdr is a great experience and this monitor is nice and bright. I couldn't get over the horrible black smearing of my previous va ultrawide so I bought this and couldn't be happier. I absolutely love this monitor. Also I think its the perfect size, I found the 35 inch i replaced wasnt quite high enough for my liking
None besides price, it is very expensive but you definitely get what you pay for. although I do have a hard time admitting that the high price is totally justified
I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for thr best of the best. Ive read alot of people having issues with ips monitors like uneven backlighting and ips glow. This monitor doesn't suffer from either of these.
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
From: Saskatoon, SK
Nano IPS (DCI-P3 98%) NVIDIA G-SYNC 144Hz / 175Hz Overclock Sphere Lighting 160hz, 8-bit, full RGB 120hz, 10-bit, full RGB
HDR - This is very limited with DisplayHDR400 and Global Dimming only. No USB-C port. 175hz is not a good experience. It requires chroma subsampling that makes text look poor.
I have no stuck/dead pixels, not visual defects, My backlight bleed is VERY low, the colors are accurate This is an IPS display that somehow feels as fast and responsive (or maybe even more responsive) as my old PG278Q, 144hz, TN panel. I think most people will use: -160hz, 8-bit, full RGB -120hz, 10-bit, full RGB, (144hz is not attainable at 10-bit) As game performance is my main concern, I stick to the 160hz setting 99% of the time. This is hands down the best gaming monitor Ive ever had. I think the cost needs to come down 3-4 hundred dollars before it becomes a no brainer, but it's still a fantastic buy.