I've had an Acer Predator 32 1440p 165 for 2 years now and it's been nice. It's one of those things that you kinda get used to, but if you are lacking that 120+ refresh you begin to notice it a lot in fast pace games. I think the cost of entry at $389 is very reasonable.
If you want to display HDR the way it was meant to be displayed especially if you are video editing in HDR: https://www.asus.com/us/Monitors/ProArt-PA32UCX/Any hdr options yet in this size? I know it’s not a big deal for gaming yet but I am starting to feel limited for photo and video editing.
I got a BFG TV in the form of my LG B9 OLED. Though not officially a "BFG", it supports up to 4k/120Hz with VRR/G-Sync and it's an OLED so it's hard to beat otherwise. The only thing it's missing is displayport, so you're bottlenecked by HDMI 2.0 on it for now at 4k/60 or 1440p/120, which is really all a 2080 ti is good for anyways until next gen when cards that will come with HDMI 2.1 which this TV is also one of the few to have that as well and that will unlock 4k/120 Hz performance.
Yup!Hah - I was gonna say I was finally tempted to get a fast refresh Dell. For the longest time, I thought Dell only had that 27" TN option (no thanks), but then I saw this thread yesterday and it intrigued me.
Eshelmen - I found a couple things.
1. 2. https://www.dell.com/community/Monitors/S3220DGF-Nvidia-G-Sync-cause-black-screen/td-p/7514698
I went the same route. Thx for the tip. No brainer for sure!Just picked one of these up... thanks! I saw it was initally out of stock at Best Buy and then noticed a little while later it was showing In Stock and had it in my cart... but something made me go to Dells site and was talking with one of the Customer Service people about some confusion on their warranty. Because it mentioned a 1 yr advanced replacement warranty and then mentioned a 3 yr hardware warranty. They said they have an ongoing promotion that you see when the product is added to Cart... you get a 3 yr advanced replacement warranty. So that plus they said they would price match Best Buy... was a no brainer for me! My monitor should be here by the middle of next month! WOOT!
If you want to display HDR the way it was meant to be displayed especially if you are video editing in HDR: https://www.asus.com/us/Monitors/ProArt-PA32UCX/
But prepare to fork over $4k for it. Its not displaying true HDR if the screen can't achieve at least 1000 nits of brightness. 400 nits is SDR level and unfortunately is where a lot of entry level HDR screens start at.
There's also this: https://www.asus.com/us/Monitors/ProArt-Display-PA32UCG/
1600 nits and 120 hz, probably at a price only the pros could afford.
For a single dead pixel? I don't think so.just got the monitor finally. 1 dead pixel. Is that grounds for cross ship with dell?