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Promoted 09-23-2015 by longmanj9 at 06:53 PM View Original Post
Adorama via eBay has 27" Dell P2715Q 4K 3840x2160 60Hz IPS Monitor on sale for $449.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 at 4K Ultra HD
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (Typical)
  • Response Time GTG: 6ms
  • Viewing Angle: 178° V / 178° H
  • Inputs
    • 4x USB 3.0 hub
    • HDMI
    • Display Port
    • Mini Display Port

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Great deal on a 4K monitor with an IPS panel. - brisar

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I have three of these monitors and they are absolutely amazing. As for Macbook Pro compatibility, it's tricky.

Late 2013 13" retina MBP will display 4K at 60Hz via MST only (which this monitor supports, but SST is preferred)
Early 2015 13" retina MBP and Mid-2014 15" retina MBP can display 4K at 60Hz via SST.

See here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202856
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any known issues with this monitor and has it been cheaper on Dell Outlet? My fiance is a programmer and she's been looking for high rez larger screen monitor coming from a 24in Dell 1200p and hoping this is a decent upgrade. She will be getting a Macbook pro as well soon so mini-DP on this is essentially "same" as thunderbolt as far as displaying in 4K@60hz? TIA
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How does this compare to the BenQ BL2711U?
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Quote from teaberry View Post :
any known issues with this monitor and has it been cheaper on Dell Outlet? My fiance is a programmer and she's been looking for high rez larger screen monitor coming from a 24in Dell 1200p and hoping this is a decent upgrade. She will be getting a Macbook pro as well soon so mini-DP on this is essentially "same" as thunderbolt as far as displaying in 4K@60hz? TIA
if her macbook pro is after 2013.
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Quote from teaberry View Post :
any known issues with this monitor and has it been cheaper on Dell Outlet? My fiance is a programmer and she's been looking for high rez larger screen monitor coming from a 24in Dell 1200p and hoping this is a decent upgrade. She will be getting a Macbook pro as well soon so mini-DP on this is essentially "same" as thunderbolt as far as displaying in 4K@60hz? TIA
I have three of these monitors and they are absolutely amazing. As for Macbook Pro compatibility, it's tricky.

Late 2013 13" retina MBP will display 4K at 60Hz via MST only (which this monitor supports, but SST is preferred)
Early 2015 13" retina MBP and Mid-2014 15" retina MBP can display 4K at 60Hz via SST.

See here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202856
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She doesn't have one yet and in market for that as well. She's got a Dell Latitude for now that has an nVidia GPU from about 2yrs and w/ DP output so I'm sure it will max out at maybe 2570x1440. Reading macrumors and apple support forums, ppl complaint about issues with screen flicker and using MST mode or something? Does current macbook pro come with onboard or discrete GPU and which one is preferred for problem free 4K @60hz? TIA
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if her macbook pro is after 2013.
Thank you, I was sorta getting that w/ the forums feedback but I needed confirmation. So no issues with new rMBP if she went out and got one like screen flickers, running at 60hz in 4K, going to sleep and waking back up?
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I have three of these monitors and they are absolutely amazing. As for Macbook Pro compatibility, it's tricky.

Late 2013 13" retina MBP will display 4K at 60Hz via MST only (which this monitor supports, but SST is preferred)
Early 2015 13" retina MBP and Mid-2014 15" retina MBP can display 4K at 60Hz via SST.

See here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202856
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Thank you, I was sorta getting that w/ the forums feedback but I needed confirmation. So no issues with new rMBP if she went out and got one like screen flickers, running at 60hz in 4K, going to sleep and waking back up?
There definitely shouldn't be. I've run one of mine off of a 13" retina MBP and it was smooth as butter Smilie
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Quote from teaberry View Post :
any known issues with this monitor and has it been cheaper on Dell Outlet? My fiance is a programmer and she's been looking for high rez larger screen monitor coming from a 24in Dell 1200p and hoping this is a decent upgrade. She will be getting a Macbook pro as well soon so mini-DP on this is essentially "same" as thunderbolt as far as displaying in 4K@60hz? TIA
Also one last thing about the Dell Outlet. I'm sure most are fine, but I initially bought a refurb P2715Q for $375. It lasted less than a month before it stopped working (it turned on but wouldn't display an image). Dell replaced it with a new one and it's still working fine after a few months.
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I run this monitor at work with my MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014). For business use, no gaming, it is perfect. Thinking of picking it up for home.
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Never mind. Comment related to a different model altogether.
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price isn't all that great. I got mine for around the same but included a $125 gift card.
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a lot of people on Amazon complain about the Displayport and how the screen just turns off and you need to unplug\plug the power cable to get it to reset. Can owners chime in?
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price isn't all that great. I got mine for around the same but included a $125 gift card.
And...link/source? I have not seen this cheaper anywhere else.
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Anyone know if I can run two of these off a Sager/Clevo NP8652/P650SG with dual displayports?
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