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LG 34UM88C-P 34" 21:9 UltraWide 3440 x 1440 FreeSync IPS Monitor - $479.99 eBay

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The eBay incorrectly lists this as having 75Hz refresh rate, which is actually 60Hz per the manuf website [lg.com].

This monitor can be overclocked to 75Hz, according to reports online.
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Well my wish was granted but that is just tooo much of a price bump over the 1080p version. Frown
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I have this exact monitor, my gpu (R9 290x) died recently, will a gtx 1080 be enough for this? The zotac 1080 mini is the cheapest at the moment, I don't mind losing freesync
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I have this exact monitor, my gpu (R9 290x) died recently, will a gtx 1080 be enough for this? The zotac 1080 mini is the cheapest at the moment, I don't mind losing freesync
Yes it can. Don't expect much with high detail though.
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I have this exact monitor, my gpu (R9 290x) died recently, will a gtx 1080 be enough for this? The zotac 1080 mini is the cheapest at the moment, I don't mind losing freesync
Yes a GTX1080 is plenty for 3440x1440p. I have a i5 7600k + GTX1080 with a 34" Viotek Ultrawide (3440x1440p) and have no problem cranking everything to ultra (minus AA) and getting 75+FPS on 9 out of 10 titles.

Games tried - Doom, Tomb Raider, Wolfenstein 2, SW BF2, Titanfall 2, WoW, Battlefield 1, Forza 7, Divinity Original Sin 2, Witcher (dips to 45-50 on ultra with hairworks)
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bought this exactly one from the microcenter several days ago and like it very much. This is 100 cheaper than what I paid. Bought this one and will return the one from the MC.
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BTW massdrop has the 34" Viotek Ultrawide (3440x1440P) for $499. 100hz, Freesync, and curved

https://www.massdrop.com/buy/viot...rer=7JLA9H
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BTW massdrop has the 34" Viotek Ultrawide (3440x1440P) for $499. 100hz, Freesync, and curved

https://www.massdrop.com/buy/viot...rer=7JLA9H
This is a VA panel.
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great price for a 3440x1440. any ultrawide sub $500 is a deal. if you're nitpicking at this price that's just a high sodium diet you're on.
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BTW massdrop has the 34" Viotek Ultrawide (3440x1440P) for $499. 100hz, Freesync, and curved

https://www.massdrop.com/buy/viot...rer=7JLA9H
Nice, that's tempting. I like the 100Hz but I need to look closer at the brand and reviews.
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Yes it can. Don't expect much with high detail though.
huh? wtf are you guys talking about? It doesn't even take discrete graphics to simply push out the native resolution. Any old onboard video made within recent memory will do fine.

If you're talking about gaming (which was never specified), i have a 970GTX and run even latest games (destiny 2, battlefront 2) at native res at high detail, or whatever the game's equivalent right below maxed out settings are. FPS never drop below 30 during super intense scenes.

This is a great monitor, no brainer at this price. Easily comparable with pretty much any 34" WQHD under 1k outside of 144hz panels.
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I have this exact monitor, my gpu (R9 290x) died recently, will a gtx 1080 be enough for this? The zotac 1080 mini is the cheapest at the moment, I don't mind losing freesync
A 1080 should have no trouble driving a 1440 monitor.
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this is 589 now now 479
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