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BenQ 32-Inch IPS 4K Ultra High Definition LED Monitor (BL3201PH), 4K2K HD 3840x2160 Display $673

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Last Edited by widgit September 5, 2016 at 06:21 PM
On sale now at Amazon. [amazon.com] $200 off regular price. It's selling out quick. Now ships in 2-4 weeks

I have a 1080P TN 144hz for gaming and buying this for non-twitch games and productive work. For those wondering, this does NOT have GSYNC. If you want that, you can get the Acer XB321HK for $600 more on Amazon. $600 for GSYNC... what a scam. LMAO
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Came here for Gsync Deal alert, and dissapointed.

Welcome to Slickdeals, post vendor in title

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Oops, my mistake. Too bad I can't edit title.
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would jump on it if it had the latest hdcp
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would jump on it if it had the latest hdcp
Yup, no hdmi sucks (just 1.4) for convenient future proofing.
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I'm Seeing $800 something not $600. Seems like we are stuck in this rut of blah monitors for reasonable-high prices with mix and match features we want, or stupidly high priced monitors with all the features 90% of monitors should have anyway. I've been pretty bummed in my monitor shopping experience.
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I'm Seeing $800 something not $600
if you choose from amazon you get the lower price but ships in 2-4 weeks
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if you choose from amazon you get the lower price but ships in 2-4 weeks
Oh thx!
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Monitor was 1299 when it was first released. 2 week shipping means you get the newest mfr batch. Killer deal if you ask me. Not sure why you'd need HDMI 2.0 for a monitor as display port is the standard for PC.
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People on another board suggested this for $273 less, thoughts?

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People on another board suggested this for $273 less, thoughts?
"Stronger strength" is pretty hard to resist.
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30-40ms input lag on the crossover, no warranty, plus "perfect pixel" is 0-3 red pixels?

Yeah, I'd rather pay more from Amazon to ensure no dead pixels and a BenQ monitor with under 10ms input lag and good overdrive AMA for decreased blur.
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Monitor was 1299 when it was first released. 2 week shipping means you get the newest mfr batch. Killer deal if you ask me. Not sure why you'd need HDMI 2.0 for a monitor as display port is the standard for PC.
Most 4k capable standalone boxes do not have display port. 32 inches is large enough of a display that you might want to watch netflix in 4k or 4k blurays on.
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This seems to be a good deal. Can someone tell me your thoughts? I currently have a Dell ips 27 1440p that got scratched and one pixel died during a move and I can't stand it anymore.

I've been checking monitors for the last 3 months and I still can't still decide. I was convinced 34 curved was the way to go until I found out that overwatch doesn't really support it, which is the only game I've been playing lately. I have a 980ti and I belive it'll be suffice to run overwatch 4k 60hz. Most of the time I spend in front of the monitor is for work (multiple terminal desktops) and I play probably 5 to 10 hours a week. Will this be a good idea or should I still wait for a deal with gsync?
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Quote from Anhikilator View Post :
This seems to be a good deal. Can someone tell me your thoughts? I currently have a Dell ips 27 1440p that got scratched and one pixel died during a move and I can't stand it anymore.

I've been checking monitors for the last 3 months and I still can't still decide. I was convinced 34 curved was the way to go until I found out that overwatch doesn't really support it, which is the only game I've been playing lately. I have a 980ti and I belive it'll be suffice to run overwatch 4k 60hz. Most of the time I spend in front of the monitor is for work (multiple terminal desktops) and I play probably 5 to 10 hours a week. Will this be a good idea or should I still wait for a deal with gsync?
Quote from Anhikilator View Post :
This seems to be a good deal. Can someone tell me your thoughts? I currently have a Dell ips 27 1440p that got scratched and one pixel died during a move and I can't stand it anymore.

I've been checking monitors for the last 3 months and I still can't still decide. I was convinced 34 curved was the way to go until I found out that overwatch doesn't really support it, which is the only game I've been playing lately. I have a 980ti and I belive it'll be suffice to run overwatch 4k 60hz. Most of the time I spend in front of the monitor is for work (multiple terminal desktops) and I play probably 5 to 10 hours a week. Will this be a good idea or should I still wait for a deal with gsync?
Here is my opinion. Don't go wide screen. Most games are not designed for wide screen so you end up having a wide angle with no extra information (or worse, black bars on the side). A 32" is huge. A 34" wide monitor is small and looks more like a wide 27". Furthermore, it pushes more pixels but doesn't look like a 27". You can emulate wide screen easily with a regular monitor with bars on top and bottom just like how movies look. Don't go wide screen. You're paying a premium because of the novelty and the fact that they don't sell in mass quantities.

GSync is good if you are sensitive to screen tearing. For me, I hardly see screen tearing with VSYNC on. GSYNC is proprietary technology so Nvidia is charging a huge markup for it. Personally, for me, it's cheaper to buy a separate 1080P 144hz monitor if I need better frame rate. My 144hz doesn't have GSYNC either but at full 144 I don't see screen tearing there at all. I just don't understand why people pay an arm and a leg for it.

This monitor supports freesync so there's that route unless you're Nvidia only. Make your priority. My priority for monitors is having the right circuitry (no TV circuitry with display port like the Korean brands), low input lag, low blurring, and low g2g response. Two monitors with the same screen can have wildly different performance based on the circuitry. A screen by itself is only half of the monitor. Don't go cheap with the circuitry!

I'd pay more for the BenQ hardware but will not pay double for the Nvidia hardware which is mostly marketing if it's just a 60hz monitor. At 60fps, once video cards catch up and can render a full 60, you don't need GSYNC. It will be awhile before we get monitors and video cards that can render more than 60fps at 4K.
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