While I hear that, what you describe is a software problem and not a hardware problem. People shouldn't support games with ass engineering.
while my initial thoughts haven't changed, the reality of game software has gotten in the way of that dream,
I would buy 4k as my next monitor.
What about running the game in windowed mode? Does that still stretch it?
You will miss the curved aspect though. Also there are no 43" 4K 120 Hz monitors worth buying on the market right now.I know its a pretty old thread.. But I have the same question. If I don't care about black bars, then I guess the best option is a 43" 4K monitor @120hz. Am I wrong?
I had a curved ultrawide (34") and moved to a 4k 43" @120Hz (Acer CG437K). I got it for 800 used and I couldn't be more happy. I still have the ultrawide but I don't see why to keep it.You will miss the curved aspect though. Also there are no 43" 4K 120 Hz monitors worth buying on the market right now.
Do you have a picture of the burn-in ? What type of panel do you have ?Been using a 4k 40" display for some time with a custom wide screen res, 3840x1620. This is about 25% less pixels than full UHD, so the performance gain vs UHD is useful. Problem is, after extended use (about a year), their is slight burn-in at the edges of the black bars.