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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Response Time GTG: 1ms
  • Display Type: TN
  • Quantum Dot Color, QLED
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
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Refresh rate is 60hz and TN panel if anybody cares. But does have VESA. Not a bad price, but doesn't fit my criteria, will definitely pay much more for what I want.
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This is a TN panel. It supports 10-bit color with a 1000:1 contrast ratio and a 125% sRGB color palette. It uses Samsung's Quantum Dot LED backlight but no mention of HDR. It seems to be a really good TN monitor.
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Does this do true hdr?
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I'm showing $447
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I'm showing $447
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Does this do true hdr?
Finding a monitor that does HDR, 4K and doesn't cost $1000+ will be impossible for a bit. Most monitors that do HDR are only 250-300nit brightness when ideal is around 600 I believe for true HDR. Picked up the Acer ET322QK 4K/HDR/Freesync monitor about a month ago for $280. Cheapest I've seen at that size with those features besides the monoprice
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This is a TN panel. It supports 10-bit color with a 1000:1 contrast ratio and a 125% sRGB color palette. It uses Samsung's Quantum Dot LED backlight but no mention of HDR. It seems to be a really good TN monitor.
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Finding a monitor that does HDR, 4K and doesn't cost $1000+ will be impossible for a bit. Most monitors that do HDR are only 250-300nit brightness when ideal is around 600 I believe for true HDR. Picked up the Acer ET322QK 4K/HDR/Freesync monitor about a month ago for $280. Cheapest I've seen at that size with those features besides the monoprice
You recommend this one for an Xbox one x? Been reading and haven't gotten quiet knowledgeable with monitors yet. I have a 1080p 60hz that does maybe 6ms and am looking for an upgrade to 4k.
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Refresh rate is 60hz and TN panel if anybody cares. But does have VESA. Not a bad price, but doesn't fit my criteria, will definitely pay much more for what I want.
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You recommend this one for an Xbox one x? Been reading and haven't gotten quiet knowledgeable with monitors yet. I have a 1080p 60hz that does maybe 6ms and am looking for an upgrade to 4k.
The Acer is solid if you can get it around $300. I feel the input lag is worse than my LG TV but I have no real proof of that besides some bad matches lol. Monoprice has a similar one with the same features I'd be interested in looking at. For the price tho, the Acer - 4K/HDR/freesync/32inches - be hard pressed to find a better monitor.

One thing to note about X1X - It's Freensync "2" compatible which is only usable over HDMI and most monitors that support freesync is DisplayPort only or Freesync "1" thus useless for the Xbox
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Finding a monitor that does HDR, 4K and doesn't cost $1000+ will be impossible for a bit. Most monitors that do HDR are only 250-300nit brightness when ideal is around 600 I believe for true HDR.
Picked up the
Acer ET322QK 4K/HDR/Freesync monitor about a month ago for $280.
Your first sentence does not match with the last sentence. And yet you got a 4K HDR monitor for $280 (MSRP $449.99). Confused

July 2017 article.

http://www.pcgamer.com/what-hdr-means-for-pc-gaming/
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Your first sentence does not match with the last sentence. And yet you got a 4K HDR monitor for $280 (MSRP $449.99). Confused

http://www.pcgamer.com/what-hdr-m...pc-gaming/
It's not true HDR; I'm just not a stickler for image quality as some which is why I put that. The Acer is only 300nit brightness but it checks the HDR box on my X1X and does provide a noticeable difference in game. Any monitor that says HDR is typically 250-350nit range while most TVs are 600+. So finding a monitor that is 600+Nits, 4K, freesync etc is next to impossible. You'd have to settle for a generic version of HDR which the Acer I got for $280 has. Sorry for the confusion
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It's not true HDR; I'm just not a stickler for image quality as some which is why I put that. The Acer is only 300nit brightness but it checks the HDR box on my X1X and does provide a noticeable difference in game. Any monitor that says HDR is typically 250-350nit range while most TVs are 600+. So finding a monitor that is 600+Nits, 4K, freesync etc is next to impossible. You'd have to settle for a generic version of HDR which the Acer I got for $280 has. Sorry for the confusion
So HDR10 is not true HDR? Some sites show this monitor as "HDR Ready".

Related articles and YouTube reviews.
https://www.anandtech.com/show/12...around-500
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWsefWdkOeQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmlULEXwDu4
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So HDR10 is not true HDR? Some sites show this monitor as "HDR Ready".

Related articles and YouTube reviews.
https://www.anandtech.com/show/12...around-500
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWsefWdkOeQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmlULEXwDu4
https://www.acer.com/ac/en/US/con....JE2AA.003

If you check the specs it's only 300nit brightness - that's not the standard for true HDR. You need around 600 so being HDR ready and it being true HDR is different. I personally love the HDR function on the Acer but some people may only be satisfied or used to HDR that is present on TVs but not monitors as of yet
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