Then you have not been listening to those of us who have it.something rubbed me wrong about the FI32U
I've followed along, however the PG32UQ is close enough now in terms of release timeframe and potential price proximity to FI32U, that I'm happy to just wait a little longer for PG32UQ.Then you have not been listening to those of us who have it.
Unless you are one of the folks who have a specific use-case requiring it to display three simultaneous images - one each from your Xbox and PS along with two CPUs on one pc feeding the third, in a seemlessly borderless configuration along with built-in surround sound and a dial phone mount on the side?
I've followed along, however the PG32UQ is close enough now in terms of release timeframe and potential price proximity to FI32U, that I'm happy to just wait a little longer for PG32UQ.
Also, I'm butthurt that I missed the $899 presale price window on the FI32U. So there's that. I almost never make any purchase decision based on any kind of rationality, you see.
Yeah that one's definitely interesting. Looks like the exact same panel in both; only diff I can see is the tolerance for "# of dead pixels to qualify for return" is lower on the M32U (3 pixels) vs the FI32U (1 pixel)? Can't see any other differences. Would definitely buy several M32U's.I'm actually waiting for the M32U instead which will probably be $700-800 but offer 95% of the FI32U.
Having the UQnotX about to hit the street is pretty damn good. Frankly - I'll be watching for the difference between it and the Viewsonic as they were the panels I was most interested in, originally.PG32UQ is close enough now in terms of release timeframe and potential price proximity to FI32U
Are there any 144hz 4K 32" monitors with a native g-sync module in the pipeline? It's embarrassing that most g-sync compatible/freesync monitors lack variable overdrive. Even some of the Asus monitors with adaptive overdrive have lackluster implementations.
Gigabyte M32U up on B&H and Newegg. No price on Newegg but $799 on B&H.
That's awful if so.... I'm still debating between 28 and 32 inches but that makes getting the cheaper 32 a no go.
Meh, office/productivity and work stuff on it would be the focus. Gaming and movies will be handled by LG CX OLED's, which IMO can't be beat except on lack of smaller size options.HDR400 is ridiculously low
Meh, office/productivity and work stuff on it would be the focus. Gaming and movies will be handled by LG CX OLED's, which can't be beat except on size (being too big for productivity).
God help me if OLED ever came in 32", I'd have one in every room and both bahtrooms.
Both of those listings have been removed.Let's go boys. M32U preorder
Edit: WTF Newegg?
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I have the same monitor, considering returning it for the FI32U. FYI, I am able to get 4K/144hz on the XV322QK on my M1 Macbook with a rated Thunderbolt 40gbps USB C cable.Got the Acer XV322QK in today. Pretty meh on it so far. Build quality is not great. A nitpick but the "chin" has a proximity sensor in it and the plastic is bowed out in front of it at least on mine. Also it doesn't use a joystick like every other modern display I've used. It has multiple buttons for the OSD and is super cumbersome to use. The buttons themselves have a lot of play and feel very cheap.
I was lured in by the reports of it having 65W charging over USB-C. Using the included USB-C cable Windows does show my laptop is charging but the screen continually loses signal and will only go up to 60hz. I don't have a rated thunderbolt cable so might try to pick one up and see if it makes any difference in that regard.
I can say the build quality of the FI32U is much better. It's unfortunate both of mine had white uniformity issues. The Acer is better in that regard at least.
I have it hooked up to my work laptop right now so no gaming. Should be able to provide some impressions there tonight.
Edit: Here's a bit of a WTF. It has a "low blue light" setting with varying levels. Standard, Level 1, Level 2, etc. If I set it to Level 1 display brightness gets locked at 80%. If you lower the brightness it kicks it back into "Standard" blue light mode. Why would it force a set brightness? Doesn't make sense.
I have the same monitor, considering returning it for the FI32U. FYI, I am able to get 4K/144hz on the XV322QK on my M1 Macbook with a rated Thunderbolt 40gbps USB C cable.
My biggest WTF with the XV322QK is the stupid “KVM” feature. It has downstream USB C and USB B, but you can’t pair them to inputs like the Aorus. You have to manually switch between USB inputs every time with 10 presses of those horrible OSD buttons.
Definitely weird. I wonder if Gigabyte delayed the M32U.Both of those listings have been removed.