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[US] BLACK FRIDAY Crossover 34U100 DP 3440x1440 Curved Gaming Monitor (≒M340CLZ) $499.9

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dream-seller via eBay has the Crossover 34U100 DP 3440x1440 Curved Gaming Monitor [ebay.com] for $499.90 Plus Free Shipping


Brand : Crossover
Model : 34U100
Panel : PVA
Screen Size : 34" (21:9)
View Angle : 178°
Resolution : 3440 X 1440 100Hz (WQHD)
Response Time : 3ms (OD)
Brightness : 300cd/m²
Contrast Ratio : 3000 : 1
Dynamic Contrast Ratio : 5000,000 : 1
Color : 16.7M Color
Connection : Displayport, HDMI, DVI
Surface Treatment : Anti-Glare Type, 25%
Cross Hair Target : Yes
Flicker free : Yes
Backlight Dimming (Eco right) : Yes
Game Mode : Yes
Adaptive Sync (AMD FREE SYNC) : Yes
Low Blue Light : Yes
PIP : Yes
PBP : Yes
Voltage : 100-240V (Korea C Type)
Size : 815 X 440 X 255 (mm)
Weight : 5.7 (Included Stand) / 8.5 (Package) (kg)

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Normally a $700+ monitor.

1440p Ultrawide which has higher than 60hz refresh rate makes it a pretty good monitor, especially for ultrawide gaming. It also has Freesync which is a huge plus if you have an AMD GPU.
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Normally a $700+ monitor.

1440p Ultrawide which has higher than 60hz refresh rate makes it a pretty good monitor, especially for ultrawide gaming. It also has Freesync which is a huge plus if you have an AMD GPU.
I got into the Korean monitors scene right around 2011-2012 and back then you could get a 1440p monitor for under $250. This was about three times as cheap as a comparable Dell monitor. I guess my point is there is no way I'm paying $500 for a off-brand monitor that has basically no warranty. I'm sure it's a fantastic monitor but the lack of warranty is a huge concern.
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I got into the Korean monitors scene right around 2011-2012 and back then you could get a 1440p monitor for under $250. This was about three times as cheap as a comparable Dell monitor. I guess my point is there is no way I'm paying $500 for a off-brand monitor that has basically no warranty. I'm sure it's a fantastic monitor but the lack of warranty is a huge concern.
This. Also if it has dead pixels you can't send it back...well maybe but not easily.
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I bought it 2 months ago at more than $600 T.T
Nice monitor!
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Viotek gn34c (same monitor) is $575 on Amazon. Will gladly pay the extra $75 for that Amazon return policy

fantastic monitor however. pics don't do the widescreen justice. games and movies look gorgeous on it.

have it paired with a Vega 56. Witcher, battefront 2, bf1, Doom, wolf2, civ 6, WoW, all run in 60-100fps range on high/ultra
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Would I be able to take advantage of the 100hz if I have a Nvidia card?
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Would I be able to take advantage of the 100hz if I have a Nvidia card?
yes it will do 100hz still, but won't be adapative sync. will need a gsync monitor for that
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Would I be able to take advantage of the 100hz if I have a Nvidia card?
You can absolutely make use of the 100hz, assuming your have the horsepower to get your FPS that high. However, you would not be able to make use of Freesync (AMD) as Nvidia cards only can make use of G-Sync. Keep in mind a G-Sync monitor with the same specs will cost >$600, sometimes much more.
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I got into the Korean monitors scene right around 2011-2012 and back then you could get a 1440p monitor for under $250. This was about three times as cheap as a comparable Dell monitor. I guess my point is there is no way I'm paying $500 for a off-brand monitor that has basically no warranty. I'm sure it's a fantastic monitor but the lack of warranty is a huge concern.
I dont think you could get a curved 34" ultrawide 1440p monitor for $250 back then. Im pretty sure you are thinking of a flat 16:9 27" 1440p monitor which is a different ballgame entirely
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They cant spell....
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I dont think you could get a curved 34" ultrawide 1440p monitor for $250 back then. Im pretty sure you are thinking of a flat 16:9 27" 1440p monitor which is a different ballgame entirely
They didn't have 3440X1440 or 4K back then, period. 3440X1440P really wasn't introduced in the market until 2014, 2015.

1080P was still the dominant resolution in 2011-2012. My point is 2560*1440P was THE premier resolution (along with 1600P) and the only way to get one was to pay at least 600-700 dollars, and 1600P monitors was close to 1K.

Or, you could pay a third of the price and get a YAMAKASI Catleap for like 200 bucks and it could overclock to over 100hz!.

This is roughly the equivalent of getting a Asus 144hz IPS 1440P G Sync Monitor for 200 dollars today.
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good spec. but do you guys think we can get it for cheaper during thanksgiving?


i have been using shimian 27inch for the past 3-4 years. korean monitor 27inch, 2k. when i bought it, it was 350. amazing monitor.
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yes it will do 100hz still, but won't be adapative sync. will need a gsync monitor for that
Whats adaptive sync?

Whats the difference between using a amd and nvidia card on a freesync monitor? How does a amd card benefit more?

Tia
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Whats adaptive sync?

Whats the difference between using a amd and nvidia card on a freesync monitor? How does a amd card benefit more?

Tia
Adaptive sync is your monitor matching refresh rate to your gpu. Need amd card for freesync, nvidia card for gsync. No difference, they do the same thing but gsync monitors cost more due to proprietary tech (gsync tax)
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